Unique eddy cur­rent sen­sors

DEMM Engineering & Manufacturing - - ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY -

Eddy cur­rent sen­sors with Em­bed­ded Coil Tech­nol­ogy dif­fer sig­nif­i­cantly from tra­di­tional sen­sors on the mar­ket that nor­mally use a wound coil. The sen­sor it­self is em­bed­ded in an in­or­ganic car­rier ma­te­rial. Elec­tronic com­po­nents can be po­si­tioned on the car­rier ma­te­rial. This tech­nol­ogy has been de­vel­oped by Mi­cro-Ep­silon for cus­tomised ap­pli­ca­tions, which have high re­quire­ments in terms of tem­per­a­ture and long-term sta­bil­ity, as well as ex­cel­lent re­peata­bil­ity. As this tech­nol­ogy has been tested in OEM ap­pli­ca­tions for sev­eral years, it can now be ap­plied to stan­dard eddy cur­rent sen­sors. ECT-sen­sors are even suit­able for ex­tremely harsh en­vi­ron­ments. At tem­per­a­tures up to 180°C, these sen­sors are per­ma­nently ap­plied. The ver­sion with an in­te­grated high tem­per­a­ture ca­ble can also be used in tem­per­a­tures up to 350°C. The new sen­sors are avail­able with the new high per­for­mance ed­dyNCDT DT3300 con­troller. Avail­able in New Zealand.

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