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Solartron Metrology contact digital gauging probes or displacement sensors provide the gauge builder with the most cost-effective solution for a range of dimensional precision measurement and positioning applications.

The digital gauge probe combines the strong features of a conventional linear variable differential transformer (LVDT) with enhanced accuracy. The accuracy specified for the digital sensor is total accuracy unlike conventional LVDTs which specify linearity. Another benefit of the digital displacement sensor (Gauge probe) is the probe requires no set up or adjustment with conditioning electronics like a traditional LVDT because the digital displacement sensor provides a precision measurement straight out of the box. Combining multiple sensors using the Orbit Digital Measurement network is easy and data can be read using a Solartron readout or the Gauge Computer Software making system integration simple.

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    ATS SPRING PUSH FEATHER TOUCH

    Feather Touch LVDT Probes have been designed to gauge delicate surfaces such as glass, thin sections, pharmaceutical products and tiny electro mechanical components. 

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  • AWS SPRING PUSH ULTRA FEATHER TOUCH

    The Ultra Feather Touch displacement probe has so light a tip force, it is a viable alternative to a non-contact sensor in many applications. With various tips available in ruby and nylon, the UFT displacement transducer is already being used to check glass, rubber, semi-conductor wafers and other delicate materials.

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  • AXS SPRING PUSH GAUGE PROBE

    Feather Touch transducers have been designed especially to gauge or measure delicate surfaces such as car windscreens, pharmaceutical bottles, electro-mechanical components and plastic parts. Where as a traditional transducer exerts a tip force of approximately 0.7 N, the Feather Touch exerts a mere 0.18 N when used in the horizontal position. This reduction is achieved by replacing the gaiter with a close tolerance gland.

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