SICK Datasheets for Magnetostrictive Position Sensors

Magnetostrictive position sensors are non-contact linear position sensors that use the momentary interaction of two magnetic fields to produce a strain pulse that moves along a waveguide. One field is from a magnet that moves along the outside of the waveguide. The other field is from the waveguide itself.
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The MAX30 linear encoder enables non-contact, completely integrated and absolute position measurement in hydraulic cylinders. Suitable for use under extreme ambient and operating conditions in applications in mobile machines. The...
The MAX48 linear encoder enables non-contact, completely integrated and absolute position measurement in hydraulic cylinders. Suitable for use under extreme ambient and operating conditions in applications in mobile machines. The...