Press Release Summary:
- Consist of MT19, MT33 and MT56 models that provide measuring range of up to 130 mm
- The MT19 sensor offers measuring range up to 40 mm with accelerations up to 60 g and suitable for crash tests, simulators or test benches
- Offered with an integrated eyelet and two through-bores in the housing
Original Press Release:
Worldwide Smallest Draw-Wire Sensor
The world’s smallest draw-wire sensor enhances the Micro-Epsilon product range. With a weight of only 8 g and a size of just 19 x 19 mm, the wireSENSOR MT19 is used for displacement and distance measurements with a measuring range of 40 mm. This highly dynamic sensor is extremely compact and enables wire accelerations up to 60 g. The new MT series from Micro-Epsilon also includes the MT33 and MT56 draw-wire sensors, which stand out due to an ultra-compact design relative to their measuring ranges.
The new wireSENSOR MT series from Micro-Epsilon includes extremely compact draw-wire displacement sensors which can be integrated into very tight spaces. The wireSENSOR MT19 model is the smallest draw-wire sensor in the world. With a measuring range up to 40 mm and wire accelerations up to 60 g, the sensor is particularly suitable for use in applications where high dynamics are required (crash tests, simulators or test benches).
This series comprises two more miniature draw-wire sensors - the MT33 and MT56 models which cover measuring ranges up to 130 mm. In relation to their measuring ranges, their design is kept as compact as possible.
Equipped with a robust aluminum housing, these three miniature draw-wire sensors are ideally suited to industrial applications. Two through-bores in the housing and an integrated eyelet attached to the measuring wire enable fast and easy mounting.