Miran Technology Development Co., Ltd. is a high-tech enterprise specializing in the development, production and sales of sensors, transmitters and measurement and control engineering. Its recently introduced LXW pull-line displacement sensor is mainly used to convert mechanical displacement motion into a quantifiable, linear output digital/analog signal. When the measured object is displaced, the sensor steel rope connected thereto is pulled, and the steel rope drives the sensor transmission mechanism to rotate synchronously; when the displacement moves in the reverse direction, the rotary device inside the sensor automatically recovers the steel rope and extends in the steel rope The tension is kept constant during the process; thus an electrical signal proportional to the amount of movement of the wire is output.
The mechanical design of the MPS pull-line displacement sensor is reasonable, and the high-precision sensing element is adopted, so the sensor has the advantages of small size, convenient use, good sealing performance, high precision, small temperature error and long service life.
The MPS pull-line displacement sensor is not only suitable for the displacement measurement of mechanical objects for linear motion, but also suitable for the displacement measurement of mechanical objects for curved motion. The sensor is equipped with a conditioning board and a high-precision converter module for voltage, current and digital signal output.
The main features of the sensor:
Range: 0-200mm, 0-600mm, 0-1000mm, 0-2000mm, 0-5m, 0-8m etc.
Input voltage: ±12v, ±24v etc.
Output voltage: ±5v, 0-5v, 0-10v and digital pulse output
Linear accuracy: ±0.28 %
Working temperature: -10~65°C
MPS wire-type displacement sensors are used in a wide range of applications, including aerospace, space exploration, industrial automation, railway transportation, environmental protection, military industrialization, and pharmaceutical production.