These DC-operated rotary position sensors from Macro Sensors are useful for high reliability applications such as pedal, throttle-lever, or actuator position sensing in aircraft, marine, construction, and agricultural vehicles.
Although their shafts can rotate a full 360º, the RSE 1500 Series Rotary RVDT Position Sensors measure shaft angle position over a nominal range of 120º. Sensors can operate in 0° to 30°, 60°, 90°, or 120° rotation ranges. Contactless inductive technology enables these rotary position positions to offer high accuracy and repeatability with exceptional reliability. Units exhibit a linearity error of less than 0.10% of full range output while operating over temperatures from 0ºF to 185ºF (-20ºC to 85ºC).
The RSE 1500 Series Rotary RVDT Position Sensors utilize built-in electronics to offer a DC input/output configuration. Operating from a nominal 24V DC power supply, units supply a true 0-to-10V DC output. The absolute output characteristic makes the RSE 1500 Series superior to incremental output sensors like optical encoders that lose their position information in the event of a power failure. Built for long life, units are enclosed in a 1-1/2 inch diameter anodized aluminum shell and have a 0.250” stainless steel shaft running in high performance ball bearings. The aluminum-mounting flange has a 0.750” diameter center pilot for locating centrally in a fixture. Units are also environmentally sealed to IEC IP-66.
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About Macro Sensors
Macro Sensors’ extensive line of LVDT-based linear and rotary sensors are used for linear position measurement and feedback in a variety of industrial applications including factory automation and motion control systems, as well as for valve position sensing in steam turbine power plants. Incorporated in 1994, the Company offers more than 400 years of cumulative LVDT design and manufacturing experience by its key staff in serving its OEM and end-user international customer base. In June, 2005, Macro Sensors was acquired by AST, a manufacturer of state-of-the-
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