Test stringpot for extreme conditions

  • 06-Jul-2009 11:55 EDT
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The MT2A test stringpot from Celesco Transducer Products comes in 3-, 9-, 15-, and 30-in (76-, 229-, 381-, and 762-mm) stroke ranges and offers an expanded operating temperature range and a rugged aluminum sensor cover option suited for high-impact or harsh applications. The pot has an operating temperature down to -65°F (-54°C). It is fully adjustable and easy to install due to a mounting bracket with two-axis, 360° rotation. The high-tension, heavy-duty measuring cable consists of 0.019-in (0.48-mm) nylon-coated stainless steel and affords acceleration of 136 g. Applications include crash, suspension, and structural testing.
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