Differential impedance transducer

  • 05-Oct-2012 09:58 EDT

The DIT-5200L low-noise, differential impedance transducer from Kaman provides higher resolution in differential position sensing applications. The device offers true differential for common mode rejection, sub-nanometer resolution, and high sensitivity: up to 10 V/mil (39 mV/┬Ám) in both single- and dual-channel configurations. It features rugged construction with a mean time between failures of better than 210,000 h. The transducer provides good resolution, repeatability, and nulling accuracy for detecting the position of optics in tip-tilt applications such as fast steering mirrors, and in precision stage position feedback in semiconductor and atomic force microscopy applications.

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