Micro-Epsilon UK Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS
New miniature controller for inductive displacement sensors is robust, compact and reliable
Precision sensor manufacturer Micro-Epsilon has introduced a miniature controller for inductive displacement sensors. The new induSENSOR MSC7401 controller is designed to operate with LVDT and LDR measuring gauges and displacement sensors, which are primarily used for measuring displacement, distance, position, oscillation and vibration. This offers high application versatility for measurement tasks in automation, machine building, quality control, test benches, hydraulics and automotive technologies.
The universal single channel controller is robust, compact, reliable and easy to use. Parameter set up of the controller is carried out using keypad buttons or the software provided. Connection is possible via a configurable current and voltage output.
The MSC7401 controller is protected by an IP67 rated aluminium enclosure, making it ideal for harsh industrial applications in which water and dust are present. Together with inductive sensors from the Micro-Epsilon range, the controller offers an attractive price/performance ratio, particularly in high volume OEM applications. The performance of the controller is impressive, with a resolution up to 13 bits (depending on the connected sensor and chosen frequency) and a high linearity of 0.02% FSO.
For more information on the induSENSOR MSC7401 controller, please call the Micro-Epsilon sales department on 0151 355 6070 or email email@example.com
Manufacturing processes throughout all industries are evolving at a rapid pace, and the quality and tolerances expected from the end user are forever increasing. Thus the need for smarter measurement solutions is continuously growing. Micro-Epsilon (www.micro-epsilon.co.uk) is renowned globally for being at the forefront of measurement technology.
For more than 50 years we have continuously offered reliable, high performance, unique solutions particularly when high precision measurement or inspection is required. Our product range covers sensors for the measurement of distance and displacement, sensors for IR temperature measurement and colour detection, as well as turnkey systems for dimensional measurement and defect detection.
We understand that our customers are our business partners, and aim to develop long term relationships with them.
We work closely with our customers to fully understand their requirements; our sales people are engineers and understand more than just the sensor performance. We are problem solvers.
We operate a fair working policy, which results in excellent customer service and support even post sale.
Our high performance products and way of working provide our customers with a genuine competitive advantage.
Micro-Epsilon (www.micro-epsilon.co.uk) is a major global manufacturer of sensors, headquartered in Germany. The company's range of displacement sensors measure everything from to distance, position, vibration, dimensions and thickness, using both contact and non-contact measurement techniques. These techniques include 1D, 2D and even 3D laser-optical sensors and systems, eddy-current, capacitive, LVDT & inductive, potentiometric and draw-wire principles. In addition, Micro Epsilon has developed its own range of non-contact infrared temperature sensors that can measure virtually any target temperature from -40 to +3,300°C. The company also manufactures a comprehensive range of colour recognition sensors.
With more than 45 years' experience in the industry, Micro-Epsilon isn't just a sensor manufacturer. The company is highly innovative and understands the importance of providing complete solutions and support services for its customers. The firm is renowned for its expertise in consulting, development and application of industrial sensors to complex, customer-specific solutions for measurement, inspection and automation. The focus is on selling technical advantage to its customers.
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