Opkon

ERTM

Part no.: ERTM

Key Features

• Measuring range 50 - 600 mm

• Long mechanical life 100 million movements

• Excellent repeatability <0.01 mm

• 5 kOhm: 50 ... 600 mm

Opkon ERTM offers the reliability of Opkons RTM sensor with a traditional voltage or 4-20mA current output

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