Part no.: MR343 MRI Safe Incremental Linear Sensor
• 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.
MR348 MRI-Safe Rotary Incremental Encoder
MR342 Incremental Fiber Optic Drawwire Linear Sensor
Micronor MR430 Fiber Optic Encoder
MR342 Incremental Fiber Optic Encoder
MEMS Inclinometer Specifications
Inclinometers, also called tilt sensors, clinometers, or slope sensors, are designed to measure the angle of an object with respect to the force of gravity. These tilt or level meters determine the pitch and/or roll angle and output these values via the appropriate electrical interface.
For applications where sudden movements, shocks, and vibrations are likely to be encountered, it is important to have sensors with fast response and a clean signal output. POSITAL’s dynamic inclinometers combine two measurement principles using two different MEMS sensors: a 3D acceleration sensor and a 3D gyroscope.
SSI hardware is fairly simple. Just use any RS-422 transceiver to generate the differential signals from/to the microcontroller port pins. Keep reading to learn about the different implementations of SSI hardware.
Expanded VLP Encoder Series Offers Control Engineers New Sensing Options
Everight Position is pleased to announce the addition of four new sizes of Netzer’s two-plate VLP rotary encoder amongst other improvements. Based on the success of the VLP-60 and VLP-100, the new options include the VLP-80, VLP-140, VLP-170 and VLP-247.