Our portfolio of eddy current displacement sensor systems has been expanded by the new Series ds821 (standard) and Series ds822 (ATEX). The newly released 4 mm system is the first member of a new generation of measurement systems called family ds820. Other family members will follow.
In many monitoring applications non-contacting eddy current displacement sensor (ECDS) systems are the preferred sensor choice for a wide range of monitoring tasks. They are typically used for measurement of relative shaft vibration and displacement, as well as for use as reference sensors. Our ECDS systems can be divided into the following groups:
Discrete eddy current displacement sensor systems consist of:
ECDS systems with a discrete design are listed together with their respective connection cables (EC) and drivers (OD).
Eddy current displacement sensors with integrated design have a built-in driver electronic within their probe housing including all components of the tuned oscillating circuit.
Therefore no separate oscillator/demodulator and calibrated connection cable is required.
To ensure complete satisfaction with the choice you make, we recommend that you discuss your application with our specialists to confirm that the appropriate design and type is selected.
Sensors are the "fingertip" in any vibration measuring system. They are the determining factor for its success.