Submersible Long Stroke LVDT Displacement Transducer, AC-AC, Unguided Armature – Series LYU60X
Series LYU60X Long Stroke Transducer
The series LYU60X submersible long stroke LVDT is designed specifically for applications requiring displacement measurements while submerged in fresh water or most other noncorrosive liquids and gases for prolonged periods.
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Series LYU60X Product Information
Pressure ratings for this series of our LVDT displacement transducers range from 145 psi to 3000 psi. The free unguided armature is loose fit in the bore of the LVDT body and is attached to the moving part by a male thread. Precise alignment along the bore produces a frictionless movement.
The armature can be separated from the body without disconnecting either part. These series LYU60X LVDTs have stroke ranges from ±0.5 inches to ±8 inches.
These displacement transducers are ruggedly constructed of all stainless steel and are able to withstand harsh underwater environments such as:
- Upstream oilfield
- Industrial processes
This position sensor requires separate signal conditioning and provides optimum performance when powered with between 0.5V and 7V at 5KHz. All series LYU60X LVDT displacement transducers are shipped with traceable calibration certificates.
Standard Features for Our LVDT Displacement Transducers
Features that come standard with all submersible series LYU60X pressure sensors include:
- Stroke ranges from ±0.5 inches to ±8 inches
- Pressure Ratings of 145 psi to 3000 psi
- Unguided Armature
- Frictionless Movement
- ±0.5% Linearity
- Infinite Resolution
- All Stainless Steel Construction
- Traceable Calibration Certificate
Series LYU60X Optional Features
- Improved Linearity
- Cable and Connector Exits
- Mounting Blocks
Data Sheet for the Series LYU60X
The following data sheet for the series LYU60X provides more information as well as an overview of this LVDT displacement transducer: