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Series Linear Displacement Transducer - TLH100


Specifications
  • Electrical range: 100mm
  • Nominal Resistance: 3k0Ω
  • Linearity: ±0.1%
  • Repeatability: <0.01mm
  • Starting Force: 0.4N
  • Environmental Protection Level:: IP40
  • Life Expectency: >100 x 106 movements
  • Resistance Element: Conductive Plastic
  • Electrical Connection: 4 pole socket
  • Dimensions: 250 x 36 x 37mm

£443.00 Excl. VAT



Glossary of Specifications Terms


Key Features
  • Rodless design

  • Ball coupling avoids side loads
  • Long life > 100 x 106 movements
  • Outstanding linearity
  • High resolution - better than 0.01 mm
  • Very high operating speed
  • Connector to DIN 43650 (hydraulic connector)
  • Protection class IP 54 - mounted "up-side-down"

Benefits

Designed for the direct, accurate measurement of displacement or length in control, regulation and measuring applications. The rodless design allows the actuator to be driven from the side, along the unit length, thereby avoiding the "pump" effect problems normally associated with conventional transducers, and allowing standard stroke length up to 3000 mm. A magnetically restrained stainless steel band completely covers the opening through which the actuator operates. The ball coupling is of the new design which prevents forces, generated through parallel or angular offsets, from being transmitted to bearing surfaces. Fixing is achieved through the use of clamps which permit fine adjustment after initial mounting. Due to the design and the selected materials the temperature coefficient of the transducer is extremely small. Careful attention to detail and choice of materials has resulted in a transducer with an extremely low temperature drift. The robust design ensures reliable operation even under harsh enviromental conditions such as vibration or temperature changes. The simplicity of the measuring technique - both passive and absolute - ensures that the transducer is immune to external electrical interference, and that it does not require any built-in power supply to maintain positional information in the event of power failure.