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Draw wire Transducers

Rugged Draw wire transducer is linear motion trasnducer for linear distance measurement upto 1200mm with potentiometeric output

DWLT-P

DWLT-HE

  • Draw wire Linear Transducer (DWDT) Is a Linear Distance Measuring Transducer for a Travel upto 1500 mm.
  • Due to Flexibility of the Wire the product is more adorable for application with long stroke measurement.
  • DWDT- X has a Flexibility to have a contactless absolute Magnetic encoder (for maximum 150mm length) or Muliturn potentiometer attached to one end of the DWDT-X .
  • This model of DWDT has a USP of having detachable potentiometer / hall magnetic encoder which gives the user a flexibility to change the sensor / calibrate the mechanism as per the requirement and as when needed.
  • Potentiometer / hall magnetic encoder Which is coupled with a Drum on which the rope has been wound very precisely. On pulling the Rope the encoder shaft rotates and hence gives the information of the linear motion.
  • Since the Rope has been connected on the drum based on the appropriate tention of spring hence there is no error due to Back lash or play.
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Technical Parameter

Parameters Result
Rope Length 150mm or 1200mm (other stroke on request)
Maximum Vibration 20g - 11ms/2g
Maximum Shaft Loading 20N Axial, 50N Radial
Drum Size (Length of rope in One turn of Potentiometer) 158mm
Potentiometer (for 1200mm) PAVAN make Model 2010 (100ohms to 10k ohms).
Magnetic Absolute Encoder (for 150mm) POTEL make Rotary Miniature or Rotary Smart Angle Sensor
Maximum speed of pulling rope 33mm/ second
Operating Temperature 0 - 60deg
Storage -20 to 70 deg
Protection Class IP 64

 

Material

Housing: Alluminum
Rope: Stainless Steel
Rope Guide: NYLON

 

Ordering Code
DWDT-X-Potentiometer/ Magnetic encoder part number-Stroke Length-Any Specific Info.
For Example:(With potentiometer) DWDT-P-2010-10kohms-1200
(With magnetic encoder) DWDT-HE-RHS-12-505-150

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