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Analog Profile Series

EZ-track LDT's profile style probes use magnetostrictive technology by applying a mechanical strain pulse to a magnetostrictive waveguide that runs the lenght of the sensor. When the strain pulse encounters a magnetic field produced by the slide or floating magnet assembly, a current pulse is produced that is picked up by the electronic circuitry.

A high speed timer measures the time difference between the applied strain pulse and the return of the induced current pulse. This time, proportional to position, is compared to the "zero" and "span" positions established during the calibration process to scale the output. Once the position has been scaled accordingly, it is converted to a signal in the form of an analog (voltage or current) output, quadrature pulse output or digital (PWM or start/stop) outputs.

TURCK EZ-track Analog Profile Series Linear Displacement Transducers Distributors

Analog Profile Series

If you are looking for TURCK Linear Displacement Transducers, please call us on (800) 894 - 0412 or email us at info@clrwtr.com we will do our best to help you find the TURCK Analog Profile series transducer that you are looking for at competitive prices. If you are searching for TURCK Quadrature Profile Series transducer technical information (data-sheets) please use the datasheets or product selection guide page links.

Quadrature Profile Series

Directly interface to the PLC input card and reduce installation time, vendors and cost. The Q21-DQ provides A and B channel quadrature output signals that are proportional to the position of the magnet assembly along the length of the probe, and output directly from the transducer to the controller. The quadrature output makes it possible to directly interface to virtually any incremental encoder input or counter card, eliminating costly absolute encoder converters and special PLC interface modules.

An index channel (Z) is also provided and its position may be set by the user at any position along the active system. The A, B and Z channels are differential outputs: the connection for each output consists of two signal wires. These are typically described as the "+" and "-" signals. Differential signals are much less prone to interference caused by electrical noise or ground loops, often found in single ended connections.

TURCK EZ-track Quadrature Profile Series Linear Displacement Transducer Distributor

Quadrature Profile Series

Digital Profile Series

The Q21D is a non-contact LDT with a digital output. This transducer utilizes magnetostrictive technology to give absolute position that is repeatable to .006% of the active sensing distance. It also has the same auto-tuning capability that the other profile series transducers offer, so that it can adjust its signal strength to various magnets.

There is a diagnostic LED that is located at the connector end of the probe and provides visual status information regarding the operation of the Q21D. The indications are specified in the table below. The Q21D digital transducer provides either a Start/Stop or a Variable Pulse signal interface that is proportional to the position of the slide magnet assembly along the length of the probe.

TURCK EZ-track Digital Profile Series Linear Displacement Transducers Distributors

Digital Profile Series

Rod Design

The LTX-R10 are magnetostrictive sensors, optimized for precise position control in hydraulic cylinders. They can also be used for level control when combined with optionally available floating magnets. Operating with absolute values, they need not be reset to zero.

  • Contactless and wear-free position detection
  • Individually adjustable measuring range
  • High resolution and accuracy
  • Highly vibration and shock resistant
  • Flexible application in all mobile and stationary systems
  • Available in lengths up to 7500 mm
  • 3-color LED display, indicates diagnostic values
  • Protection class IP68
  • SSI output: 24, 25 or 26 bit, binary or Gray code
  • Analog output: 0-10 VDC, 4-20 mA
TURCK Rod Style Series Aluminum Stainless Steel EZ-Track Transducers Distributors

Rod Style Series

Our industrial automation supplies distributors warehouse in Boise, Idaho stocks some TURCK products enabling us to further assist you in finding the correct TURCK Digital Profile series LDTs for your application in the USA, Canada and Mexico. Whether we have TURCK Q-track Rod design transducer in stock in Boise, Idaho or need to ship direct from TURCK to any USA cities; Clearwater Tech can get TURCK Digital Profile LDTs to you fast and save you money! It will be very helpful if you have the TURCK Rod style linear displacement transducer part numbers ready, then our sales representatives can provide you with a pricing and availability quote for TURCK Quadrature Profile transducer that you are looking for in seconds. If you do not have the part numbers for TURCK Analog Profile LDT, our application engineers will be able to help you figure out the part numbers and get the price quote to you as soon as possible.

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Banner Sensors

Lenses are sometimes added to fiber optic assemblies for extending opposed mode sensing range. Banner ofers variety of lens assemblies for use with fiber optic assemblies which have 5/16"-24 threaded sensing tips. Lenses are most efficient when they are located slightly beyond their focal length distance from the sensing end of the fiber optic bundle. The easiest way to focus a lens is to treat it like a magnifying glass.