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MR343 MRI Safe Incremental Linear Sensor

Part no.: MR343 MRI Safe Incremental Linear Sensor

Key Features

• Non-metallic construction makes the sensor entirely MRI safe

• 0.1 mm positional resolution

• Inherently Safe, Simple Mechanical Device

• Immune to EMI and RFI

The MR343 non-metallic construction makes the sensor entirely MRI safe, being both immune and invisible to magnetic fields.

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