Inductive sensors from Micro-Epsilon's eddyNCDT family are ideal for all non-contact measurements of displacement, position, distance, vibrations, and oscillation especially where oil, pressure, dirt, and high temperatures are present. The inductive sensors are founded on the eddy-current sensors principle and offer easy usage and high measurement accuracy, offering an exceptional price/performance ratio. Thus, inductive sensors from the eddyNCDT family are perfectly suited to OEM integration and mechanical engineering applications.
- For challenging industrial environments: dirt, temperature, and pressure
- Non-contact measurement of distance, displacement, and position on ferro- and non-ferromagnetic materials
- High resolution, linearity, and temperature stability
- Resistant to oil, dust, and dirt
- Temperature range -40 °C to 200 °C and higher
Applications and Usage of Inductive Sensors Founded on the Eddy-Current Sensor Principle
The high-frequency response of eddy current sensors allows metrological detection of distance values even in rapid processes, such as crankshafts and machine lathes, and IP67 protection guarantees they can be used in challenging industrial settings where humidity or dirt will not impact the measurement result. A typical example is checking the lubricating gap in a combustion engine.
Inductive Sensors (Based on Eddy-Current Principle) are Suitable for Machine Integration
Especially in areas with challenging environmental settings, inductive sensors from Micro-Epsilon (based on eddy-current) validate themselves. They are characterized by high measuring accuracy, simple operation, and a superior price-performance ratio. This renders the non-contact inductive sensors suitable for series production and OEM integration.
Measurement of oil film thickness
Custom Inductive Sensors for Automation and OEMs
Application examples are mostly found where the basic versions of the inductive sensors and the controller are performing at their maximum. For these special operations, the inductive sensors can be altered accordingly. Changes demanded include, for instance, adaptable designs, individual cable lengths, various mounting options, target calibration, adaptable measuring ranges, or sensors with an in-built controller.
What is an Inductive Displacement Sensor?
Inductive displacement sensors not only sense the presence of a target (similar to inductive proximity switches) but precisely compute the distance from a target. Thus, eddy current based inductive displacement sensors deliver higher frequency response, better linearity, enhanced temperature stability and larger measuring ranges than inductive sensors with ferrite core.