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July 24, 2013

LVDT Position Sensor Blog Launched by Macro Sensors

Image courtesy of Macro Sensors

Image courtesy of Macro Sensors

 Macro Sensors extends its conversation on LVDT Linear Position Technology with customers and prospects through its newly launche 'LVDT Linear Position Sensor Blog'.

The company will discuss technology, trends, customer applications and other news relating to the use and innovation of LVDT Position Sensors and related instrumentation.

The first blog entitled Going Digital discusses the advantages offered by digital output and how that can be derived from any standard linear position sensor.  We invite you to repost our blogs and follow our conversation at:

(The letters LVDT are an acronym for Linear Variable Differential Transformer, a common type of electromechanical transducer that can convert the rectilinear motion of an object to which it is coupled mechanically into a corresponding electrical signal. LVDT linear position sensors are readily available that can measure movements as small as a few millionths of an inch up to several inches, but are also capable of measuring positions up to ±20 inches (±0.5 m).)

About Macro Sensors
Macro Sensors’ extensive line of linear and rotary sensors are used for position measurement and feedback in a variety of industrial applications including factory automation, motion control systems, metal fabricating, automotive assembly as well as power plants, gas/steam turbines.    Incorporated in 1994, the
Company serves an international OEM and end-user customer base.   On June 1, 2005, Macro Sensors was acquired by AST, manufacturer of state-of-the-art (Micro Electro Mechanical Structures) MEMS-based pressure sensors, transducers, and transmitters.  

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