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eddycurrent probes CT series


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CT SERIES|EDDY CURRENT PROBES Pressure-resistant sensors for extremely harsh conditions ■ Heavy-duty construction ■ Ceramic front surface ■ Pressurised, sealed housing, IP68/69K ■ Cable protection ■ Flush installation p

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Eddy current probes are particularly suitable devices for non-contact measurements on metallic targets. Typical applications are measurements on rotating shafts for the detection of imbalance, vibration, out-of-roundness, air gap, radial/axial run-out, and much more besides. The extremely high resolution up to a level of 20 nm enables the smallest of amplitudes to be detected, eddylab probes are designed for temperatures up to 200 °C and are optimized for the entire temperature range with regard to temperature drift. CT SERIES The CT series is designed for extreme applications under harsh...

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CT SERIES | TECHNICAL DATA CABLE CONFIGURATION The CT series uses an RG316 coaxial cable, which can optionally be protected by two different hoses. A polyurethane hose should be used for protection against liquids, dirt and light pressure. A heavy-duty hose with stainless steel braiding can withstand mechanical loads and liquids with higher pressure. As an option, the cable end can be provided with an SMB connector, which makes installation easier, especially in tight spaces and pressure feed-throughs. Please note that the BNC/SMB adaptor must be ordered in addition. Available cable lengths...

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■ OBJECT SIZE AND EDDY CURRENT MEASUREMENT FIELD The sensing electromagnetic field (illustrated in red) is emitted elliptically from the probe and is greater than the probe head in terms of its spatial expansion. For standard-calibrated probes a surface with a target diameter 2-3 times greater than the probe head diameter is necessary for measurement. If the object is too small, only a part of the measurement field enters the material, and the output signal becomes larger. If the diameter is too small, the object appears to be further away from the sensor. A similar effect takes place in...

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PRECAUTIONS ■ Never shorten the probe's coaxial cable. The probe, cable and electronic system form a coordinated oscillating circuit. ■ Lay the cable so that it is protected and avoid running it along objects with sharp edges. A cable that has been squashed or damaged in another manner can tamper with the signal or render the probe unusable. ■ Please note that the sensors have been aligned with the electronic system. The alignment can be found in the calibration certificate or on the label on the unit, identified by the serial number. Do not switch the channels. ■ Avoid placing the cable...

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