Press Release Summary:
Operating from +14 to +26 Vdc, DCV Series provides 0–10 V output that is electrically isolated from input. No electrical contact across transducer position sensing element ensures clean data, infinite resolution, and operational longevity. Available withÂ 0.2–37 in. measuring ranges andÂ 0–10 Vdc output ranges, products use LVDT principle for reliability and suit such applications as specialty machines, control systems, material testing, and general-purpose test instrumentation.
Original Press Release:
New DC to DC LVDTS Eliminate Concerns Over Power Supply Selection and Grounding Issues
The new DCV Series of DC to DC LVDTs from RDP Electrosense offers 0 to 10 volt output that is electrically isolated from the input, eliminating concerns over power supply selection and grounding issues. The DCV units will operate from +14 to +26 volts DC. They are available in measuring ranges from 0.2 inches (5 mm) up to 37 inches (940 mm) with an output of 0-10 volts DC.
DCV Series transducers use the Linear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT) principle, making the DCV one of the most robust and reliable position sensor types available. The strength of the LVDT sensor’s principle is that there is no electrical contact across the transducer position sensing element, ensuring clean data, infinite resolution and a very long life.
With all the benefits of the LVDT sensors principle and the added convenience of built-in LVDT electronics enabling a DC supply and an isolated DC output, the DCV series is ideal for a variety of applications. DCV Series LVDTs are used in specialty machines, industrial, control systems, material testing, civil/structural engineering, and general purpose testing instrumentation.
For more information, call 800-334-5838, fax 610-469-0852, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.rdpe.com .