LVDT Sensor | Standard LVDT Contact Sensor - Solartron

LVDT Gauge Probe | Spring Push AX/S
  • ±0.25, ± 0.5, ± 1, ± 2,5, ± 5, ± 10 mm displacement transducer measuring ranges
  • Linearity better than 0.5% of precision measurement
  • Repeatability precision better than 0.05 µm
  • Range of contact sensor tips available
  • Spring actuation
  • Standard contact sensor tip force of 0.7 N (options available)
  • IP65 sealing (fully sealed options available)
  • Inductive sensors with excellent sideload capability
  • Linear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT) or Half Bridge options

Solartron Metrology contact gauging probes, LVDT probes or displacement sensors provide the gauge builder with the most cost effective solution for a range of dimensional precision measurement and positioning applications.

In a conventional LVDT sensor the displacement probe tip is pushed out using an internal spring. The precision bearings inside the linear displacement sensor ensure precise positioning of the gauge probe tip. Attention to detail in both design and manufacture of the displacement sensor ensures precision measurement throughout the linear displacement transducer's life.

Buy your LVDT sensor from Solartron Metrology and be sure that you are getting an LVDT sensor that is a result of 40 years continual improvement from our experienced design engineers, manufactured solely in our dedicated ISO9001 accredited factory in the UK. Be advised by our dedicated sales team to ensure you select the correct precision LVDT sensor for the application.


For more information about Solartron Metrology inductive sensors and what is LVDT - see LVDT Half Bridge and Digital Transducer Theory or click on the buttons below for more technical details.

 


LVDT Gauge Probe | Pneumatic Push AX/P
  • ± 1, ± 2,5, ± 5, ± 10 mm displacement transducer measuring ranges
  • Linearity better than 0.5% of precision measurement 
  • Repeatability precision better than 0.05 µm  
  • Range of contact sensor tips available
  • Pneumatic actuation
  • Standard contact sensor tip force of 0.7N (options available)    
  • IP65 sealing (fully sealed options available)
  • Inductive sensors with excellent sideload capability
  • Linear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT) or Half Bridge options
  • Displacement sensors available with vacuum retract  

Solartron Metrology contact gauging probes, LVDT probes or displacement sensors provide the gauge builder with the most cost effective solution for a range of dimensional precision measurement and positioning applications.

A pneumatic LVDT probe (either pneumatic push or vacuum retract) allows the number of parts in the fixture to be reduced resulting in improved reliability and reduced fixture cost. It also allows for fast automatic loading of the part into the gauge as the displacement probe tip can be in the fully ‘retract position’ when this is occurring. Displacement probes such as the AX/5/1 have a mechanical movement of 10 mm with a calibrated range of ±1 mm at the beginning of the movement. The precision bearings inside the linear displacement sensor ensure precise positioning of the gauge probe tip. Attention to detail in both design and manufacture of the displacement sensor ensures precision measurement throughout the linear displacement transducer's life.

Buy your LVDT sensor from Solartron Metrology and be sure that you are getting an LVDT sensor that is a result of 40 years continual improvement from our experienced design engineers, manufactured solely in our dedicated ISO9001 accredited factory in the UK. Be advised by our dedicated sales team to ensure you select the correct precision LVDT sensor for the application.


For more information about Solartron Metrology inductive sensors and what is LVDT - see LVDT Half Bridge and Digital Transducer Theory or click on the buttons below for more technical details.


LVDT Gauge Probe | Pneumatic Piston Push AJ/P

• ± 1, ± 2,5, ± 5, ± 10 mm displacement transducer measuring ranges
• Linearity better than 0.5% of precision measurement 
• Repeatability precision better than 0.05 µm  
• Range of contact sensor tips available
• Pneumatic actuation using piston - still operates if gaitor damaged
• Standard contact sensor tip force of 0.7N (options available)    
• IP50 sealing (fully sealed options available)
• Inductive sensors with excellent sideload capability
• Linear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT) or Half Bridge options
 


Solartron Metrology contact gauging probes, LVDT probes or displacement sensors provide the gauge builder with the most cost effective solution for a range of dimensional precision measurement and positioning applications.

A pneumatic LVDT probe (either pneumatic push or vacuum retract) allows the number of parts in the fixture to be reduced resulting in improved reliability and reduced fixture cost. It also allows for fast automatic loading of the part into the gauge as the displacement probe tip can be in the fully ‘retract position’ when this is occurring. Displacement probes such as the AX/5/1 have a mechanical movement of 10 mm with a calibrated range of ±1 mm at the beginning of the movement. The precision bearings inside the linear displacement sensor ensure precise positioning of the gauge probe tip. Attention to detail in both design and manufacture of the displacement sensor ensures precision measurement throughout the linear displacement transducer's life.

Jet ‘J Type@’ probes are similar to pneumatic, except that actuation is by an inbuilt piston. High tip forces are available but as air is vented through a port close to the front of the LVDT displacement sensor, they have a lower IP rating. These pneumatic displacement probes will continue to operate even if the gaiter becomes punctured.

Buy your LVDT sensor from Solartron Metrology and be sure that you are getting an LVDT sensor that is a result of 40 years continual improvement from our experienced design engineers, manufactured solely in our dedicated ISO9001 accredited factory in the UK. Be advised by our dedicated sales team to ensure you select the correct precision LVDT sensor for the application.


For more information about Solartron Metrology inductive sensors and what is LVDT - see LVDT Half Bridge and Digital Transducer Theory or click on the buttons below for more technical details.