Displacement Sensors use strain gauge technology.

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Available with stroke lengths of 0-10 and 0-25 mm and overall accuracy of ±0.1%, AML/SGD Series strain gauge based displacement transducers are compatible with wide range of analog and digital monitoring and control and acquisition equipment. They require stabilized dc voltage excitation between 2-10 V and return high level mV signal proportional to position of plunger. Stainless steel tubular housing features spindle guide bearing and spring return mechanism.

Original Press Release:

New Displacement Sensor AML/SGD Uses Strain Gauge Technology

Applied Measurements is pleased to announce the introduction of a new range of strain gauge based displacement transducers, the AML/SGD Series.

Initially available with stroke lengths of 0-10mm and 0-25mm, the AML/SGD Series has an overall accuracy of ±0.1% and excellent long term and thermal stability.

They require a stabilised dc voltage excitation anywhere between 2 and 10 volts and return a high level millivolt signal proportional to the position of the plunger.

The AML/SGD Series are constructed using a rugged stainless steel tubular housing containing a spindle guide bearing and spring return mechanism. A light spring force ensures a minimal effect on the application and enables inverted operation when required. Precision construction guarantees a long service life with superb mechanical reliability.

The AML/SDG Series are suitable for a broad range of applications in Research and Development, Industrial, Aerospace, Civil Engineering and Automotive. Being strain gauge based they are compatible with a wide range of analogue and digital monitoring, control and acquisition equipment found in both laboratory and field environments.

Applied Measurements Limited, 3 Mercury House,
Calleva Park, Aldermaston, Berkshire, RG7 8PN.
Tel: 0118 981 7339
Fax: 0118 981 9121
Email: info@appmeas.co.uk

Applied Measurements Limited
Tel: 0118 981 7339
Fax: 0118 981 9121

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