The E Series of LVDTs is highly economical, satisfying numerous applications in which LVDT performance and reliability are desired, but where budgets are limited. With a linearity of just ±0.5% of full range (E 2000, ±1.0%), the E Series is suitable for most applications with moderate operating temperature environments. Housed in magnetic stainless steel for protection against electromagnetic and electrostatic interference, the E Series rugged construction is capable of resisting the shock and vibration of most industrial applications.
The HR Series general purpose LVDTs provide the optimum performance required for a majority of applications. The large 1/16 inch [1.6mm] bore-to-core radial clearance provides for ample installation misalignments and therefore reduces the application costs. Featuring a high output voltage and a broad operating frequency range, these versatile and highly reliable LVDTs deliver worry-free and precise position measurements.
The legendary MHR Series LVDTs provide precision measurements in space restrictive applications. With a
diameter of just 3/8 inch [9.5mm], and an extremely lightweight core, the MHR Series is ideal for applications
where excessive core weight could influence the motion of the measurand; with less inertia, accurate measurements at higher displacement speeds are easier to achieve. The lightweight core also reduces mechanical stresses and helps preserve the structural integrity of the core actuation assembly.
The DC-EC Series DC operated LVDTs combine a computer-designed AC LVDT with custom integral signal conditioning to achieve premium performance. Operating on a nominal ±15VDC supply, the DC-EC Series delivers an extremely linear, low noise, yet high frequency response ±10VDC output.
The DC-SE Series LVDTs operate on a single-ended DC power supply, and provide either a 0 to +5VDC or +1 to +6VDC output signal (wiring dependent) over their full range of displacement. The extremely linear and low noise output makes the DS-SE Series the perfect choice for interfacing to unipolar inputs of analog-to-digital converters, PLC’s, and various data collection systems.
GCA/GCD Series gage head with stainless steel construction enables the GCA/GCD performs in environments containing moisture, dirt and other contaminants. Electronic components are hermetically sealed for added protection against hostile conditions. These are heavy duty, long stroke
units with ranges up to ±2.0″ (50mm). Maximum spring force is typically 8 oz (226.8g), dependent upon probe position. The working end or probe has a removable chrome plated, hardened tool steel tip threaded to the probe with a 4-48 UNF-2A threading. Schaevitz® replacement and alternate contact tips are available. Tips are also interchangeable with AGD dial indicator tips.
The GCD-SEis available in five unipolar measurement ranges, with standard strokes from 0 to 0.1 inch to 0 to 2.0 inches. Operating on a single ended 8.5 to 28.0 volt dc. input, and minimal current draw, the GCD-SE is ideally suited to portable measurement applications. Hermetically
sealed, the GCD-SE is also well suited to in-process wet grinding and machining applications.
The Linear Ball Bearing (LBB) Ultra-Precision gage heads are dimensional gaging probes engineered for highly precise
and repeatable measurements in quality control and metrology applications. The linear ball bearing system within the gaging probe reduces radial play to a minute level and minimizes friction for ultra-precise measurement.
The HCT is a breakthrough position transmitter for use in hazardous locations. The two-wire loop configuration allows use with a single barrier and a minimum of wire or cable.
True hermetic packaging of the coil assembly and electronics provides the maximum protection against adverse environments. A 4-20 mA transmitter output is the favored configuration for process industries and power plants. Six standard ranges are available from 0 to 0.25 inches (6.35 mm), to 0 to 10 inches (250 mm). Custom scaling is available for OEM requirements. Small quantities
are generally available for same day/next day delivery.
The CTS-420 Series is a 2-wire current loop position transmitter system especially suited to measurements in process industries. Each system consists of either an HCI Series LVDT linear position sensor or an R36AS RVDT rotary position sensor, along with an electronics module which provides a 4-20mA current loop output.
The LVM-110 is a full-featured LVDT/RVDT signal conditioner that offers excellent performance on a budget. Operating on either a ±12 or ±15VDC supply voltage, the LVM-110 delivers a full range of selectable unipolar and bipolar, low noise DC voltage outputs.
The LiM-420 is an LVDT/RVDT signal conditioning transmitter specifically designed for the OEM marketplace.
Operating on an 18 to 30VDC unipolar supply voltage, the LiM-420 delivers a low noise 4 to 20mA output signal.
Compatible with many 5 and 6 electrical connection LVDT and RVDT transducers (see specifications), this compact transmitter provides excellent performance on a budget. A generous excitation drive current of 20mA, allowing operation with transducer input impedances as low as 175 Ohms.
The PML-1000 is an AC line powered LVDT/RVDT panel meter featuring multiple software functions. Ideal for industrial and test applications, it features a large, easy to read 5 digit variable brightness LED display. For control applications, it has an isolated 0-10 VDC, 0-20mA or 4-20mA scaleable output. A buffered, un-scaled, high speed 125Hz analog output is also available, for highly dynamic applications requiring the fastest response. An optional Serial (2 or 4 wire) RS422/485 communications interface is also available to allow connection to data loggers, PLCs and computers. With a user-selectable transducer excitation of 1 or 3 VRMS, and 2.5 or 10 kHz, the PML-1000 is compatible with all standard Measurement Specialties LVDTs and RVDTs.
The ATA-2001 is a general purpose, AC line-powered, LVDT/RVDT analog conditioner with digital setup and
calibration. The embedded microprocessor generates a PWM-shaped sine wave and handles all calibration functions. It also controls the demodulation, filtration and synchronization of the LVDT or RVDT transducer
signal. All settings are stored in non-volatile memory for restoration on power up. Zero, Gain and Phase adjustments are accomplished via the use of splash-proof front panel pushbuttons and digital voltage dividers. Intended for the most demanding industrial applications, the ATA 2001 is CE certified, and has been rigorously tested to the highest industrial standards for EMI, RFI and ESD.
Jupiter Electronics Established in 1989, Jupiter Electronics specializes in manufacturing and trading activity in process control instruments viz. Pressure, Humidity, Temperature and Air Flow.
Having acquired authorized distributorship of Rotronic, Switzerland and Honeywell Sensym ICT, USA in 1997, Jupiter Electronics are leaders in process control instruments and marketing Pressure, Temperature, Humidity & Air Velocity Sensors and Transmitters.