Miniature length sensors

Omega ZMD miniature length sensors can operate at speeds up to 3000 feet per minute thanks to a 6 in. circumference wheel.

01/02/2013


The ZMD miniature length sensors can operate at speeds up to 3000 feet per minute thanks to a 6 inch circumference wheel. Courtesy: Omega EngineeringOmega's ZMD series of miniature length sensors features a built-in spring-loaded torsion arm that provides a simple-to-adjust torsion load, allowing the unit to be mounted in almost any orientation, including upside-down. Using a 6 in. circumference wheel, the ZMD can be used on almost any surface, while operating at speeds up to 3000 ft per min. The housing is durable, conductive composite material that will eliminate static build up which makes this product ideal for light- to medium-duty sensing applications. 

Omega Engineering

www.omega.com 



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