Standard Digital Displacement Sensors | Gauge Probes

Digitaler Messtaster | Federgefuehrt DP/S
  • Messbereiche 0.5, 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 & 30 mm digitaler Messtaster
  • Genauigkeit bis zu 0,1% des Messwertes
  • Auflösung bis zu 0,01 µm
  • Wiederholgenauigkeit bis zu 0,05 µm
  • Messkraft von bis zu 0,7 N (verschiedene
    Varianten verfügbar)
  • IP65 Schutzklasse

TDie DP Serie der federgeführten Messtaster haben sich in der Messtechnik seit Jahrzehnten bewährt. Hohe Auflösung, ausgezeichnete Linearität und Wiederholgenauigkeit bei hoher Datengeschwindigkeit garantieren optimale Messresultate. Durch langlebige Präzisionslager und der Schutzklasse IP65 ist sichergestellt, dass die Messtaster ihre Leistungseigenschaften für die Dauer von mehreren Millionen Messzyklen beibehalten.

DP/P
  • Messbereiche 0.5, 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 & 30 mm
  • Genauigkeit bis zu 0,1% des Messwertes
  • Auflösung bis zu 0,01 µm
  • Wiederholgenauigkeit bis zu 0,05 µm
  • Messkraft von bis zu 0,7 N (verschiedene
    Varianten verfügbar)
  • IP65 Schutzklasse

TDie DP Serie der federgeführten Messtaster haben sich in der Messtechnik seit Jahrzehnten bewährt. Hohe Auflösung, ausgezeichnete Linearität und Wiederholgenauigkeit bei hoher Datengeschwindigkeit garantieren optimale Messresultate. Durch langlebige Präzisionslager und der Schutzklasse IP65 ist sichergestellt, dass die Messtaster ihre Leistungseigenschaften für die Dauer von mehreren Millionen Messzyklen beibehalten.

Digital Gauge Probe | Vacuum Retract DP/V
  • 2,5,10, and 20 mm displacement transducer measuring ranges
  • Accuracy better than 0.1 µm
  • Repeatability precision better than 0.05 µm
  • Resolution better than 0.01 µm
  • Range of contact sensor tips available
  • Vacuum retract
  • Standard contact sensor tip force of 0.7N (other options available)
  • IP65 sealing (fully sealed options available)
  • Displacement sensor with excellent sideload capability
  • Superior performance compared to traditional Linear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT) displacement sensors
  • High resistance to external magnetic fields which can interfere with measurements from typical LVDTs

The Vacuum retract displacement probes (gauge probes) offer an alternative means of controlling the contact sensor tip using a vacuum rather than a positive pneumatic pressure. In all other ways they perform the same as pneumatic displacement sensors (gauge probes) and like all the digital gauge probes have advantages other traditional LVDT sensors.




Digital Probe Vacuum Retract-DPV

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Digital Gauge Probe | Pneumatic Piston Push (Jet) DP/P
  • 2,5,10,20 and 30 mm displacement transducer measuring ranges
  • Accuracy better than 0.1 µm
  • Repeatability precision better than 0.05 µm
  • Resolution better than 0.01 µm
  • Range of contact sensor tips available
  • Pneumatic actuation using internal piston – gaiter independent.
  • Standard contact sensor tip force of 0.7N (other options available)
  • IP50 sealing (fully sealed options available)
  • Displacement sensor with excellent sideload capability
  • Superior performance compared to traditional Linear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT) displacement sensors
  • High resistance to external magnetic fields which can interfere with measurements from typical LVDTs

A pneumatic displacement sensor (gauge probe) allows the number of parts in the fixture to be reduced resulting in improved reliability and reduced fixture cost. It also allows for fast automatic loading of the part into the gauge as the displacement probe tip can be in the fully ‘retract position’ when this is occurring.

The benefit of using a pneumatic push displacement sensor (gauge probe) compared to a spring push probe is that there is less need to design mechanisms to bring the contact senor tip onto the part being measured thus simplifying the overall gauge design. A pneumatic displacement sensor (gauge probe).

allows the number of parts in the fixture to be reduced resulting in improved reliability and reduced fixture cost. It also allows for fast automatic loading of the part into the gauge as the displacement probe tip can be in the fully ‘retract position’ when this is occurring.

One issue with pneumatic push displacement probes is that the air inflates the probe gaiter to push the contact sensor tip onto the part being measured. If the gaiter becomes damaged it may not inflate and therefore the probe cannot operate. The Pneumatic Piston Push (Jet) probe uses an internal piston so will continue to operate even if the gaiter is damaged. Air is bled out from a small hole near the front of the contact sensor to allow for retraction therefore the sealing (IP50) may not be suitable for all applications.

The pneumatic piston push displacement probes (gauge probes) like all the digital gauge probes have advantages over traditional LVDT sensors.



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