Product News: Sensors Monitors & Transducers

mainSENSOR Displacement Sensors are integrated into stainless steel housing.

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mainSENSOR Displacement Sensors are integrated into stainless steel housing.

Jul 21, 2017 -

mainSENSOR Displacement Sensors are designed for use in hydraulic cylinders using clamp fastener. Available in integrated cable or with connector, units are available in MDS-40-D18-SA and MDS-35-M12-SA-HT models. MDS-40-D18-SA is suitable for high volume industrial applications where as MDS-35-M12-SA-HT sensor is designed for ambient temperatures up to 120 °C. Product is ideal for rotational speed measurement of shafts and large gear wheels.

Original Press Release

New Magneto-Inductive Displacement Sensors

Press release date: Jul 01, 2017

The latest models in the magneto-inductive range of displacement sensors stand out due to their robust design combined with state-of-the-art sensor technology. The sensor design ensures its long term reliability. Furthermore, the new models offer other advantages due to their extremely compact design along with a favorable price/performance ratio for high volume applications.

Magneto-inductive mainSENSOR displacement sensors from Micro-Epsilon have a much larger measuring range than conventional magnetic field sensors. Compared to inductive sensors, the magneto-inductive measurement system offers improved sensitivity and a linear output signal.

Specially designed for applications in hydraulic cylinders using a clamp fastener, the new MDS-40-D18-SA sensors are integrated into a robust stainless steel housing. They are equipped with state-of-the-art technology for high volume industrial applications based on an optimized price/performance ratio.

Another new product is the magneto-inductive MDS-35-M12-SA-HT sensor which is also housed in robust stainless steel but is specially designed for high ambient temperatures up to 120 °C. These sensors are available either with integrated cable or with a connector.

In addition, the magneto-inductive measuring technique is wear- and maintenance-free. As well as for displacement and distance measurements, these sensors are also used in special applications such as rotational speed measurement of e.g. shafts and large gear wheels.

Ingrid Westner

Marketing

Micro-Epsilon

8120 Brownleigh Dr.

Raleigh, NC, 27617

Phone: 919-787-9707

Url: http://www.micro-epsilon.com/

Email: ingrid.westner@micro-epsilon.de