High-Accuracy Digital Contact Sensor
High-Accuracy Digital Contact Sensor GT2 series
A Digital Contact Sensor (LVDT) That Can Be Used Anywhere
Contact measuring instruments can be used in areas were non-contact sensors cannot. Thanks to KEYENCE’s measuring range and stroke length options, our sensors can be installed even when space is limited.
- High precision
- No loss of accuracy throughout the measurement range
- IP67G tough head allows for long-term use even in oily environments
- Supports digital I/O, analogue, digitial read out, and multiple communication protocols
The Scale Shot System in the GT2 Series improves upon the technology of conventional contact sensors and is now concentrated into a pencil-type sensor head.
IP67G Oil-Resistant Design for Measurement in Machine Processing and Other Oily Environments
The sensor head - including the connector and cable section - are IP67G and NEMA Type 13 compliant. This means that stable measurement is achieved even in harsh environments containing splashing water or oil. In order to improve robustness - a common problem with contact sensors - careful attention was paid to the structure of the sensor body. The design incorporates a high-strength linear ball bearing and a seamless body for additional durability. In addition, the reduced weight of the spindle means minimal wear from friction and significantly improved durability. These design improvements reduce maintenance and equipment downtime.
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Choose from 29 Different Head Variations
The GT2 Series is available in a wide range of heads, including pencil, air, and low-speed pressure types. Choose a design most suitable for the application.
Select from a Variety of Communication Methods for Easy Integration
With an increased focus on traceability and IoT, the need to record values is becoming ever more pressing. KEYENCE sensors include a varied lineup of communication units capable of communicating with PCs and PLCs from various manufacturers. Simplified amplifier wiring makes it possible to greatly reduce wiring work.