The CD375 miniature LVDT position sensor is available in full scale measuring ranges from ±0.025 inch (±0.63 mm) to ±1.0 inches (±25 mm). The low mass of their cores makes these miniature LVDTs well suited for high response dynamic measurements. CD 375 Series sensors feature the high resolution, excellent repeatability, and low hysteresis associated with LVDT technology, as well as high sensitivity consistent with good linearity. The maximum linearity error for a CD 375 sensor is ±0.25% of full range output, using a statistically best-fit straight line derived by the least squares method. The proven reliability of CD 375 Series LVDTs is a direct result of manufacturing processes and assembly techniques developed and optimized by Macro Sensors personnel over many years of making LVDTs. Their environmental robustness stems from the materials of their construction, such as glass-filled polymer coil forms for thermal stability and stainless steel housings that act as magnetic shields to reduce the effects of any external AC magnetic fields. Their external sealing meets IEC standard IP-61.
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