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    1mm Eddy Current Displacement Sensor, Φ 5mm Probe

    $562.92
    Eddy current sensor for displacement measurement, non-contact inductive type. Measuring range 1mm, probe diameter 5mm, optional output signal 0~5V/ 0~10V/ 4~20mA/ RS485, DC power supply, maximum working current 45mA, linear error ≤±0.25 %. Eddy current displacement transducer also can measure vibration, small size, low price.
    SKU: ATO-ECDS-15
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    Low price eddy current sensor is used for linear displacement and vibration measurement. Measuring range 1mm, probe diameter 5mm, optional output signal 0~5V/ 0~10V/ 4~20mA/ RS485, max working current 45mA. The eddy current transducer is a non-contact inductive sensor, directly sold by manufacturer.

    Applications: By measuring the relative position of the measured metal object and the probe end, eddy current displacement sensor senses and processes it into corresponding electrical signal output. Eddy current displacement transducer adopts non-contact measurement, which can work reliably for a long time, has high sensitivity, strong anti-interference ability, fast response speed, and is not affected by media such as oil and water. Eddy current displacement sensors are widely used in long-term real-time monitoring of shaft displacement, shaft vibration, shaft speed and other specifications of large rotating machinery, and are extended to satellite launch, material identification, weighing measurement, metal plate thickness measurement, material deformation and other application fields.

    Specification

    Model ATO-ML33-01
    Measurement Range 1mm
    Probe Diameter 5mm
    Linear Error ≤ ±0.25 % F.S.
    Resolution 0.05 um
    Repeatability 0.1 um
    Frequency Response (-3dB) 0~10 kHz
    Output Signal (optional) Voltage 0-5V
    Voltage 0-10V
    Current 4-20mA
    RS485
    Power Supply (optional) Voltage type: +9~18V DC, +18~36V DC, ± 15V~± 18V DC
    Current type: +22~30V DC
    RS485 type: +12V DC
    Working Current Voltage type: < 45mA
    Current type: < 25mA
    RS485 type: < 40mA
    Ripple ≤ 20mV
    System Temperature Drift ≤ 0.05% / ℃
    Static Sensitivity Depending on output signal and the corresponding range
    Output Load Voltage output: Load capacity < 10 kΩ
    Current output: Load capacity < 500 Ω
    Calibration Ambient Temperature (20 ± 5) ℃
    Working Temperature Probe -30℃ ~ +150℃, Proximitor -30℃ ~ +85℃
    Protection Grade Probe IP67, Proximitor IP65
    Probe Thread M8X1.0
    Probe Cable Default 5m, customizable
    Power Cable Default 1m, customizable

    Eddy Current Action Principle Diagram (Unit: mm)

    Eddy current action principle diagram

     Eddy Current Displacement Sensor Probe Structure & Dimension Diagram (Unit: mm)

    Eddy Current Displacement Sensor Probe Structure & Dimension Diagram

    Note: The shell of the eddy current displacement sensor probe is used to connect and fix the probe head, and is used as a clamping structure when installing the probe. In order to adapt to different applications and mounting occasions, the probe shell has different types and different threads and size specifications.

    Eddy Current Displacement Sensor Proximitor Shell Dimension Diagram (Unit: mm)

    The proximitor is the signal processing center of the entire eddy current sensor system. On the one hand, the proximitor provides high-frequency AC excitation current for the probe coil to make the probe work. On the other hand, through a special circuit, the proximitor senses the change in the gap between the probe head and the metal conductor. After being processed by the proximitor, a voltage or current output signal that changes with the linear change of the gap is generated.

    Eddy Current Displacement Sensor Proximitor Shell Dimension Diagram

    Tips:Eddy current displacement sensor working principle.

    Working principle of the eddy current displacement sensor is the eddy current effect, which is an inductive measurement. Eddy current effect originates from the energy of the oscillating circuit. Eddy current needs to be formed in a conductive material. By introducing an alternating current into the coil in sensor probe, a magnetic field can be formed around the probe coil.

    According to Faraday's law of electromagnetic induction, if a conductor is placed in this magnetic field, eddy currents will be excited in the conductor.

    According to Lenz's law, the magnetic field direction of eddy current is exactly opposite to the magnetic field of coil, which will change the impedance value of the coil in probe. The change in impedance value is directly related to the distance between the coil and the measured object. After the displacement sensor probe is connected to controller, the controller can obtain the change in voltage value from the sensor probe, and use this as a basis to calculate the corresponding displacement value. Eddy current measurement principle can measure all conductive materials.

    Since the eddy current can penetrate the insulator, even the metal material with the surface covered with the insulator can also be used as the measured object of an eddy current displacement sensor.

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