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Macro Sensors Demonstrates LVDT Signal Conditioner Online

Macro Sensors is demonstrating their miniature LVDT signal conditioning module called the EAZY-CAL MME-1000 through YouTube. The demonstration presents the guidelines regarding the interface, integration and evaluation processes of the easy-to-use system.

The video presentation on YouTube indicates that a practical effort-free fingertip evaluation task can be carried out for validating the EAZY-CAL signal conditioner in a fraction of a second.

This particular module aids saving expenses and time by omitting recurrent null and limiting the modification requirements on span potentiometer which is usually associated with the traditional analog oriented signal conditioners. By employing two common front board push buttons, the validation process can be executed rapidly. Four LED signals or displays will be spontaneously generated to assist the user in the measurement process and supplies failsafe output readings to ensure reliability of the measurement.

The video demo explains about the measurement device, mechanical installation process, electrical input, output interfaces, core localization, evaluation procedures as well as LVDT wirting.

The company’s LVDT-enabled rotary and linear sensors are deployed for linear position calibration process and output in metal fabricating, motion control systems, factory automation, automotive assembly and power generation.


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