Linear Position

TURCK’s linear position sensors are available in a variety of sensing technologies that provide a designer with a variety of options when deciding which solution best fits the application. Inductive linear position sensors are non-contact sensors using the R-L-C principle of operation, with measuring ranges up to 1,000 mm. Magnetic linear position sensors are non-contact sensors using external magnets with imbedded hall effect sensors measuring ranges up to 200 mm. Magnetostrictive linear position sensors are non-contact sensors using external magnets measuring ranges up to 300 in. Draw wire (or cable pull) are mechanically operated devices with measuring ranges up to 40 m. WIM Analog Magnetic field sensors are used with external magnet that move parallel to the sensor face. The WIM products come in several packages which can be used with the pneumatic cylinders that incorporate a magnet, or a magnet mounted on moving assembly. The sensing range is determined by the field of strength of the magnet.

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