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Self-tuning transducer senses position, displacement or proximity

By Chemical Engineering |

Kaman Precision Products

Kaman Precision Products

The new digiVIT digital variable impedance transducer for linear position, displacement and proximity sensing (photo) features a self-tuning bridge that can work with nearly any sensor and any conductive target. The transducer also features simple pushbutton calibration, temperature compensation and zeroing. Its embedded intelligence ensures that all functions are accessible, with no need to connect to a PC to download a configuration file when changing sensors or performing high-level calibrations. The operating temperature range for digiVIT devices is 32 to 122°F, with recommended storage temperatures ranging from –4 to 158°F. — Kaman Precision Products, Inc., Middletown, Conn.

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