AutomationDirect added new stainless steel linear variable inductance (LVIT) transducers from the Alliance Sensors Group to its growing range of linear position sensors. These sensors convert the linear displacement of an object into a proportional analog output from 0 to 10 VDC or 4 to 20 mA (depending on the model).

The compact LZ13 series has a ½-inch. diameter stainless steel housing, stainless steel threaded rod and available in stroke lengths from 2.5 to 200 mm. The larger LZ19 series has a ин-inch. stainless steel body diameter, stainless steel threaded rod and stroke length from 2.5 to 375 mm.

The rugged LV series, designed for heavy industrial applications, comes with a 45mm, ½-inch stainless steel body. stainless steel rod and eye mounting system that provides freedom of movement while tracking linear movement along one axis.

Alliance LVIT’s proprietary SenSet process provides the ability to map the endpoints of the analog output of the sensor to the ends of the range of motion of the part (such as the cylinder of the hydraulic cylinder) in which the sensor is installed. The SenSet function allows the user to optimize the resolution of the position measurement system over the entire range of motion.

These new Alliance Sensors Group inductive linear transducers are RoHS-approved CEs, made in the USA and have a 1-year warranty.

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New Alliance linear position transducers from AutomationDirect

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