MDL44 series with stainless steel sensor rod is a rugged miniature linear variable differential transformer (LVDT) technology based displacement sensor with an external amplifier suitable for dynamic automation and research applications.
In addition to having low hysteresis and excellent repeatability it offers great flexibility and reliability for a wide range of applications with highly competitive pricing. MDL44 is available in displacement ranges from 0-2mm to 0-8mm with an output of AC or DC analogue (mA or V). It is suitable for displacement measurement for industrial applications that demand high accuracy. While the standard non-linearity is 0.25% FS, you can optionally get non-linearity of 0.1% FS as an option. The robust construction of MDL44 with its high performance makes it ideal for demanding long-term industrial and research applications such as power turbines, hydraulics, aircraft, satellites and many others. This 8mm diameter miniature type displacement gauge offers ultra-precise measurement of dimensions in a wide variety of Q.C, SPC and industrial metrology applications. The probe head is made of zirconia which is abrasion resistant, provides highest level of durability and wear resistant for long term applications.
Measurement Range (mm)
8, 2.5, 5, Any other non-standard range
Accuracy (combined LRH)
0.1% FS, 0.25% FS
4-20mA, 0-5VDC, 0-10VDC
Operating Temp. Range
-10 to +80°C
Temp. Coefficient of Span
0.025% FS /°C
Temp. Coefficient of Zero
1m cable, Others , Check product data sheet
Repeatability of better than 1µm
Miniature Size (8mm Diameter)
Option for AC or DC output
High quality external signal conditioner
Measurement range of up to 8mm
Power turbines and Nuclear reactors
Ultrahigh Precision displacement gauging
Aerospace, automotive and rail
Flatness, roundness, cylindricity, concentricity and runout measurement
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