Columbia Research Labs, Inc. Datasheets for Linear Variable Differential Transformers (LVDT)

Linear variable differential transformer (LVDT) linear position sensors have a series of inductors in a hollow cylindrical shaft and a solid cylindrical core. These devices produce an electrical output proportional to the position of the core
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The Columbia DDCP Series transducers are completely self-contained displacement measurement systems that operate from a low voltage DC power supply or battery. They permit highly accurate readout and recording of...
The Columbia H Series LVDT's provide an exceptionally high stroke-tolength ratio while maintaining excellent performance. They are designed for use in all of the environments normally encountered in military and...
The Columbia M Series LVDT's are specially designed for applications demanding the highest levels of reliability while performing in the rugged environments that are characteristic of military programs and industrial...
The Columbia S Series LVDT's are designed to sense linear displacement over the ranges of +/-0.04" to +/-0.30" and translate this motion into a precisely proportional voltage for measurement and...
The Columbia Series LMT-50 Linear Motion Tandem Transducer is a unitized rugged package consisting of tandem linear variable differential transformers (LVDT's) with probe assembly. These units are designed so that...