Alliance Sensors Group’s LVIT Linear Position Product Line Expands into Additional Markets

Alliance Sensors Group a div of H.G. Schaevitz LLC linear position product-line of LVITs (Linear Variable Inductive Transducer) has broadened to include three series, each targeting different applications.

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Alliance Sensors Group a div of H.G. Schaevitz LLC linear position product-line of LVITs (Linear Variable Inductive Transducer) has broadened to include three series, each targeting different applications. LVITs are contactless devices designed for factory automation and a variety of heavy duty industrial or commercial applications such as solar cell positioners, wind turbine prop pitch and brakes, chute or gate positioners on off-road or agri-vehicles, bridge expansion and rail sun kink monitoring, robotic arm position feedback, snow plow positioning, automotive/ motor sports, and packaging equipment. With their compact yet robust design, superior performance, and excellent stroke-to-length ratio, ASG’s LVITs are ideal for both industrial and OEM position sensing applications.
 
All LVITs Have the Following Features:
Contactless operation prevents wearout from dither or cycling
Ranges from 25 to 450 mm (1 to 18 inches)
Radial cable exit version comes with swivel rod eye ends
Four Analog outputs
Axial termination versions with either M-12 connector or 1m cable
ASG's proprietary SenSet™ field scalability
 
LR-19- Automation Duty
The LR-19 has a ¾” OD aluminum body and is offered in ranges up to 200mm. The LR-19 is ideal for OEM and factory automation applications where small size and low cost are a premium.
 
LR-27 and LRL-27- Industrial Duty
The LR-27 and LRL-27 series are more robust than the LR-19 and is offered in both a 1” OD aluminum or stainless steel housing. The LR-27 is also for industrial OEM and factory automation applications where the application or environment is too extreme for the LR-19.
 
LV-45- Extreme Duty
The LV-45 series units were designed to survive the most extreme environments being installed on bridges, train tracks, and off road vehicles for construction and agriculture
 
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