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Series Linear Displacement Transducer - LWH75

  • Electrical range: 75mm
  • Nominal Resistance: 3k0Ω
  • Linearity: ±0.1%
  • Repeatability: <0.01mm
  • Starting Force: 1.5N
  • Environmental Protection Level:: IP50
  • Life Expectency: >100 x 106 movements
  • Resistance Element: Conductive Plastic
  • Electrical Connection: 4 pole socket
  • Dimensions: 148 x 31.8 x 31.8mm

£398.00 Excl. VAT

Glossary of Specifications Terms

Key Features
  • Very long life > 100 x 106 movements
  • Outstanding linearity
  • High resolution 0.01 mm
  • Very high operating speed
  • Connection via plug and socket to DIN 43650 (hydraulic connector)
  • Protection class IP 54


Designed for the direct, absolute measurement of displacement or length in control regulation and measuring applications.
High resolution (0.01 mm) combined with a stroke length of up to 900 mm permits the accurate measurement of linear displacement.
Rack and pinions or similar devices are not required because the design of the transducers is such that they may be built directly into the mechanical system.
Tighter tolerances on the extruded body combined with a special surface treatment permit high operating speeds and reduced wear. A pivoting front bearing over comes "stick-slip" type of operation even where some angular or out of parallel errors are present. The technique for fixing and making connections to the resistance track ensures the highest degree of reliability even under harsh working conditions.
By mounting overhead on difficult-to-reach machines it is possible to premount the clamps to the mounting surface and then simply ?snap-on? the transducer.
The transducer has mounting grooves on all four housing surfaces. Thus the transducer can always be mounted with the resistance element directed upwards (recognizable by the position of the middle mounting groove directly across from the resistance element), independent of the mounting surface.
Erosion particles from inside the transducer will therefore not remain on the resistance element, improving the lifespan of the sensor.