Opkon

MST

Part no.: MST

Key Features

• Measuring length 50 - 5000 mm

• 12 - 16 bit resolution

• Optional mechanical installation

• Single or double output

Opkon MST is a mobile hydraulic cylinder based on non-Contact magnetostrictive technology

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