High-performance inductive displacement measuring system
Non-contact, inductive displacement sensors from Micro-Epsilon operate according to the eddy current measuring principle. Unlike conventional, inductive displacement sensors, they measure on ferromagnetic and non-ferromagnetic materials providing high accuracy, frequency response and temperature stability. Due to their immunity to oil, dirt, pressure and temperature, these inductive eddy current sensors are primarily used for integration in machines and facilities.
Ideal for integration into plant and machinery
As sensor and controller are temperature-compensated, very high measurement accuracies can be achieved even in fluctuating temperatures. The sensors are designed for ambient temperatures up to a maximum of +180°C and an ambient pressure up to 700 bar.
New benchmark in controller technology
The industrial-grade M12 Ethernet interface enables a modern fieldbus connection. Configurable analog outputs enable to output the measured values as voltage or current. When connecting a PC via the Ethernet interface, a modern web interface can be accessed without any further installation and enables the software setting of sensor and controller.
Maximum performance with eddyNCDT 3061/3071
The DT3061/3071 controllers provides enhanced features such as 5-point calibration, switching and temperature outputs, as well as storage of multiple characteristic curves. As eddyNCDT 3060/3070 systems are equipped with an innovative frequency separation feature, no synchronization is necessary with multi-channel measurements.
New sensors for clamp mounting
The new sensors without thread offer additional advantages over previous models with the same measuring range, as it is not necessary to rotate them during mounting. Therefore, no stress caused by torsion acts on the cable. The sensors have a defined clamping point, which minimizes thermal expansion in the measuring direction and achieves high temperature stability.