A new displacement measurement solution based on Gefran magnetostrictive technology
Simplicity is the main feature of Geoffrey's new displacement measurement solution based on magnetostrictive technology. Continuous technological research and innovation have made Jefferson's new solution -- known as Onda (waveguide), which is based on the physical principle of magnetostriction, and can be applied to general technical requirements. Onda technology uses a new sensor to read the position of the magnetic cursor. Based on the innovative technology developed and patented by Jefferson, the structure of the new sensor is not only simple but also optimized to the maximum extent.
Based on this new technology, Jefferson has launched a series of magnetostrictive displacement sensors with a new shape: onp1-a, and can provide a variety of different models to meet the needs of different applications.
First of all, in terms of options, our products embody the simplest features. Different types of magnetic vernier and mounting bracket can be compatible with existing mechanical installation methods. At present, onp1-a has two main types of output: voltage and current.
Simplicity is also reflected in the product installation: compact shape and transmitter unit, universal I / O interface, adjustable mounting bracket, etc., which enable onp1-a to meet a variety of different installation requirements.
The ona-p1-ona series can guarantee long service life of non-contact sensors.
In addition, the high cost performance ratio of onp1-a can ensure that magnetostrictive products can serve more conventional and lower technical performance requirements.
The range of onp1-a series products is from 50 mm to 1500 mm. Its IP65 protection class structure and robustness make it suitable for most industrial automation applications. Its infinite resolution and linearity of 0.04% FS can meet the requirements of high precision measurement. For other detailed technical specifications, please refer to the catalog.
Jefferson will continue to optimize and break through in the technical innovation and solutions of new sensors.