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Inelta is expanding its range of bending beams

Inelta is continuing to extend its range of bending beams with the FT21 series. The tension and compression force transducers with low space requirements and an integrated measuring amplifier combined with high linearity are used for measuring small and medium sized forces. Through-holes are used to make integration and fastening easy.

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Inelta is continuing to extend its range of bending beams with the FT21 series. The tension and compression force transducers with low space requirements and an integrated measuring amplifier combined with high linearity are used for measuring small and medium sized forces. Through-holes are used to make integration and fastening easy. The FT21 bending beams with the dimensions 68 mm x 28.5 mm x 26 mm are intended for the range 0.2 kN to 1 kN while the model dimensions for 2 kN to 10 kN are 78 mm x 31.5 mm x 33 mm. The type of output signals can be selected from various voltage or current outputs. The degree of protection on the double bending beam sensor is IP64. With a nominal temperature range of -20 °C to +60 °C, it is suitable for applications from stage technology, cranes, lifts and lifting technology, to production machines, material testing, presses, or welding systems. With its product portfolio, Inelta provides a comprehensive bending beam program from 100 N to 10 kN in different size categories.

Application know-how is key
The measurement solution reliability not only depends on the use of robust sensor technology, but also on specific design features of the selected sensor models, their application-specific configuration, and correct placement. That is why Inelta as a specialist in industrial sensor technology supports its customers with comprehensive application know-how, in-depth advice and, where required, also carries out custom-fit modifications to its products.

date: 2022-01-19 | characters: 1501 | download: document, picture 1

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Replaceable at full process pressure: New LVDT valve sensors with a modular design

With their special modular construction, the LVDT-based valve sensors in the IHDL-M16 series from Inelta Sensorsysteme allow the sensor module to be replaced while the process is running.

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With their special modular construction, the LVDT-based valve sensors in the IHDL-M16 series from Inelta Sensorsysteme allow the sensor module to be replaced while the process is running. Whereas in conventional LVDTs used in hydraulic applications, the sensor technology with the coil windings and the pressure-encapsulated tube for the core or core extension form one unit, the IHDL-M16 series has the advantage that the pressure tube and sensor are mounted separately for linear displacement transducers. In addition to that, the core extension is connected to the valve first and then sealed by the pressure pipe with an M16x1.5 flange on the process side. The sensor can then be slid over the pressure pipe and removed at any time for servicing without interrupting the ongoing process. Pressure pipe and flange are designed for pressures up to 550 bar. The new valve sensors feature measurement ranges of up to 40 mm despite being particularly short. Thanks to the absolute measuring principle, the sensors always recognize the correct core position again after a service has been carried out or in the event of a power failure. There are two potentiometers protected by sealing screws on the back of the housing for setting the offset and gain. When requested to do so, Inelta is also glad to support its customers with the realization and implementation of special measurement solutions. Thanks to its engineers’ comprehensive application know-how combined with production in Germany, the manufacturer is able to create special solutions or modify series sensors for customer-specific requirements at short notice. Application know-how is key The measurement solution reliability not only depends on the use of robust sensor technology, but also on specific design features of the selected sensor models, their application-specific configuration, and correct placement. That is why Inelta as a specialist in industrial sensor technology supports its customers with comprehensive application know-how, in-depth advice and, where required, also carries out custom-fit modifications to its products. Company background Inelta Sensorsysteme GmbH & Co. KG with its headquarters in Taufkirchen near Munich has been developing, producing, and selling standard and customized sensor solutions for industrial applications for more than 25 years. Together with PIL Sensoren GmbH (Erlensee near Frankfurt/Main), an ultrasonic sensor system pioneer, and VYPRO s.r.o. (Trencín, Slovakia), the company offers a wide range of products for measuring displacement and position as well as force, pressure and inclination measurement. The range includes force sensors, sensor signal amplifiers, pressure switches, capacitive sensors and ultrasonic sensors. Our portfolio is nicely rounded off with cable and connector assembly services. Most of the group of companies’ customers are in industrial automation, mechanical engineering, hydraulics, medical technology as well as the aerospace industry. We especially focus on industry and customer-specific sensor solutions and are constantly expanding this focus with interdisciplinary know-how.

date: 2021-12-15 | characters: 2103 | download: document, picture 1

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The smallest LVDT with probe function in the world – from Inelta

Inelta is expanding its range of miniaturized displacement sensors for medical, laboratory and testing technology with the world’s smallest LVDT with a probe function: the LVDT of the IFAT series has an outer diameter of only 6 mm and is designed for the highly accurate detection of measurement ranges between 2.5 mm and 10 mm.

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Inelta is expanding its range of miniaturized displacement sensors for medical, laboratory and testing technology with the world’s smallest LVDT with a probe function: the LVDT of the IFAT series has an outer diameter of only 6 mm and is designed for the highly accurate detection of measurement ranges between 2.5 mm and 10 mm. The calibrated IMK-LVDT-2405 measuring amplifier in a compact aluminum housing is used to output the measured values via a 5 V voltage output. The fixed wiring of sensor and measuring amplifier ensures exact tuning with a minimum linearity error of =0.01% F.S. The sensor specialist also offers customized adaptations and modifications for the new solution on request at competitive conditions – as it would for all of its sensors and systems. Inelta covers a wide range of applications with its range of miniature LVDTs with housing diameters from 1.8 mm to 8 mm. In addition to medical and laboratory applications, this also includes control technology, the manufacture of precision parts, and dynamic position determination in chassis or on test benches. For robust applications with longer measurement ranges, Inelta offers LVDTs with diameters up to 32 mm, versions with M12 and M18 external threads, with pneumatic function as well as models for hydraulic applications and pressures up to 400 bar, and much more. In addition, the sensor specialist also develops special solutions and complete systems for special applications in close coordination with customers. Application know-how is key The measurement solution reliability not only depends on the use of robust sensor technology, but also on specific design features of the selected sensor models, their application-specific configuration, and correct placement. That is why Inelta as a specialist in industrial sensor technology supports its customers with comprehensive application know-how, in-depth advice and, where required, also carries out custom-fit modifications to its products. Company background Inelta Sensorsysteme GmbH & Co. KG with its headquarters in Taufkirchen near Munich has been developing, producing, and selling standard and customized sensor solutions for industrial applications for more than 25 years. Together with PIL Sensoren GmbH (Erlensee near Frankfurt/Main), an ultrasonic sensor system pioneer, and VYPRO s.r.o. (Trencín, Slovakia), the company offers a wide range of products for measuring displacement and position as well as force, pressure and inclination measurement. The range includes force sensors, sensor signal amplifiers, 201pressure switches, capacitive sensors and ultrasonic sensors. Our portfolio is nicely rounded off with cable and connector assembly services. Most of the group of companies’ customers are in industrial automation, mechanical engineering, hydraulics, medical technology as well as the aerospace industry. We especially focus on industry and customer-specific sensor solutions and are constantly expanding this focus with interdisciplinary know-how.

date: 2021-12-08 | characters: 1978 | download: document, picture 1

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In confined spaces, IKAL series LVDT sensors precisely measure extremely short distances

In very close quarters, Inelta Sensorsysteme’s extremely slender LVDT displacement sensors (linear variable differential transformers) of the IKAL series ensure highly accurate position detection and path length measurements.

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In very close quarters, Inelta Sensorsysteme’s extremely slender LVDT displacement sensors (linear variable differential transformers) of the IKAL series ensure highly accurate position detection and path length measurements. With a housing diameter of only 8 mm and a housing length of no more than 96 mm even for the longest version, these sensors fit into the most tightly confined installation spaces. They are available in four different versions for measuring distances up to 2 mm, 5 mm, 10 mm and 20 mm. The sensors achieve a standard linearity tolerance of <0.5% and are optionally available with a linearity tolerance of <0.25% for even more demanding applications. Thanks to their non-contact inductive measuring principle, these LVDT sensors are wear-free. The miniature displacement sensors are made from nickel-plated steel and provide IP65 ingress protection. They are long-lived and extremely rugged – they are not only designed for environmental temperatures from -25 °C to +85 °C, but also withstand shock impact and vibrations of 200 g over 2 ms or 10 g over sine wave frequencies from 2 Hz to 2000 kHz, making them exceptionally resistant even to severe mechanical stress. IKAL series sensors are therefore suitable for very diverse applications, ranging from medical technology to machine building, to the agricultural sector, ships, test facilities, or special purpose machine engineering. Standard supply for all models includes a one meter cable. Other lengths are available on request. To complement IKAL series displacement sensors, Inelta also offers compatible external IMA2 LVDT sensor signal amplifiers for 0 .. 5 V, 0..10 V, ±5 V, ±10 V, or 0/4..20 mA output. The IVM2 LVDT print module with a 0 .. 10V signal output is also available to facilitate an integration into custom electronics. In addition, Inelta provides customer-specific sensor types on request for options such as individual calibrations, special cable lengths, or an extended temperature range.

date: 2017-08-02 | characters: 2047 | download: document, picture 1

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ILAT series from Inelta: extra-compact inductive displacement sensors

Inelta’s ILAT series features tiny LVDT sensors for precise position and path detection with single-digit millimeter accuracy. Available as ILAT2, ILAT4, or ILAT10 models, they are suitable for highly precise ±1 mm, ±2 mm or ±5 mm distance measurements.

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Inelta’s ILAT series features tiny LVDT sensors for precise position and path detection with single-digit millimeter accuracy. Available as ILAT2, ILAT4, or ILAT10 models, they are suitable for highly precise ±1 mm, ±2 mm or ±5 mm distance measurements. The sensors fit into very constricted installation spaces thanks to their extremely small dimensions. The housing is no more than 79 mm long, with a diameter of merely 8 mm, and a weight of just 30 g including the cable. Based on the inductive LVDT principle, ILAT series sensor operation is entirely wear-free, and they achieve a linearity tolerance of <0.25%. In LVDTs, or linear variable differential transformers, a coil system with a primary and two secondary windings inside the sensors transforms the linear movement of the measuring probe into an electrical signal. An even lower linearity tolerance of <0,1% is optionally available. Despite the small dimensions, ILAT sensors feature an exceptionally rugged design with a stainless steel housing that provides IP65 or optionally IP67 ingress protection. The nominal temperature range is 0 to 70 °C. Manufactured with great care and attention to detail, the linear guide is equipped with a rotation lock for the slide and lasts for more than 10 million cycles. The sensors are therefore suitable for a versatile range of applications, from medical technology to machine building, to the agricultural sector, ships, test facilities, or special purpose machine engineering. To complement ILAT series displacement sensors, Inelta also offers external IMA2 LVDT sensor signal amplifiers for 0..5 V, 0..10 V, ±5 V, ±10 V, or 0/4..20 mA output. The IVM LVDT print module with a 0..10V signal output is also available to facilitate an integration into custom electronics. Inelta also provides customer-specific sensor types with additional options, such as individual calibrations, cable lengths, and extended temperature ranges on request.

date: 2017-07-19 | characters: 2000 | download: document, picture 1

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Robust, precise, and tiny: IZAL series of matchstick-size LVDT displacement sensors

No more than 4 mm wide, the slim LVDTs (linear variable differential transformers) in Inelta’s IZAL series of reliable and highly precise miniature displacement sensors are especially suitable for demanding environments.

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No more than 4 mm wide, the slim LVDTs (linear variable differential transformers) in Inelta’s IZAL series of reliable and highly precise miniature displacement sensors are especially suitable for demanding environments. The sensors with housings made from nickel-plated steel ensure IP65 ingress protection and are designed for environmental temperatures from -25 °C to +85 °C, or an even wider range upon request. They are actuated by an unguided core with a diameter of 2 mm. These LVDTs are available in versions for 2 mm, 5 mm and 10 mm measuring distances. Since their function is based on contactless inductive measurements, they are wear-free, achieve < ±0.5% linearity tolerance, and can optionally be supplied with a linearity tolerance of <±0.25%. IZAL series sensors are also very robust: they are highly impact-resistant (200 g over 2 ms) and vibration-proof (10 g at sinusoidal frequencies ranging from 2 Hz to 2000 kHz). Encased in 55 mm housings, these sensors are only slightly taller than a match and thus easily fit even into very tight installation spaces. In order to ensure exceptionally high measurement quality despite the extremely compact dimensions of these miniature differential transformer measuring system, the tiny coils in these devices are wound by hand under microscopes in Inelta's production facility. The sensors come with a 1 m connection cable or other cable lengths on request. The manufacturer also optionally offers cables in different colors and supplies custom-calibrated sensors on request. For the standard signal conversion of the measured values, Inelta provides suitable external signal amplifiers for output signals in the 0..5 V, 0..10 V, ±5 V, ±10 V, and 0/4..20 mA ranges, and a print module for 0..10 V signal output.

date: 2017-07-05 | characters: 1773 | download: document, picture 1

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Highly versatile: compact KMM65 pressure and traction sensors

The KMM65 series of force sensors from Inelta Sensorsysteme comprises nine different models for measuring tensile and compressive forces between 1kN and 500 kN. Depending on the measuring range, sensor diameters vary between 50 mm and 260 mm, with installation heights between 18 mm and 80 mm.

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The KMM65 series of force sensors from Inelta Sensorsysteme comprises nine different models for measuring tensile and compressive forces between 1kN and 500 kN. Depending on the measuring range, sensor diameters vary between 50 mm and 260 mm, with installation heights between 18 mm and 80 mm. KMM65 sensors use the DMS load cell measurement principle and achieve <0,1% repeatability. They are available for a nominal temperature range between -10 °C and +70 °C, or optionally for an extended temperature range from -40 to +120 °C. The housing made of nickel-plated steel features IP54 ingress protection. Due to their durability and small dimensions, KMM65 series force sensors are suitable for a wide variety of applications, ranging from weighing technology to testing facilities, to industrial presses, machine building, and even sports equipment. Depending on the model, the sensor housings feature 6 or 8 metric screw holes in M4 to M20 size for mounting. Each sensor is supplied with a two-meter cable as standard. Other cable lengths as well as individual calibrations are available on request. As a complement to these force sensors, Inelta provides IMA2 DMS external sensor signal amplifiers for 0..5 V, 0..10 V, ±5 V, ±10 V, 0/4..20 mA signal output, as well as the IVM2 DMS print module for 0..10V signals that facilitates integration into custom electronics.

date: 2017-06-28 | characters: 1374 | download: document, picture 1

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