The KD-2306 non-contact linear displacement sensor from Kaman, Middletown, CT uses balanced bridge eddy current technology to sense both ferrous and non-ferrous metal targets. The RoHS-compliant, CE-marked sensing system includes the electronics, sensor, and interconnecting cable.

Standard sensing ranges are from 0.02 to 2.4in., with 0.01%FS resolution or better, and non-linearity as little as 0.25%FS. Terminal I/O connections are provided to connect 15-30VDC input power, optional 0-5VDC, 0-10VDC, ±5VDC, 4-20 mA output, and synchronization cables for multiple channel operation. Over 30 sensor models are available, including single and dual coil, shielded and unshielded designs.

Options include extended length sensor cables, non-standard range/target calibration, temperature compensated calibration, and in-line cable splice.

For Free Info Click Here 


Motion Control Technology Magazine

This article first appeared in the June, 2009 issue of Motion Control Technology Magazine.

Read more articles from this issue here.

Read more articles from the archives here.

Topics:
Automation