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Kaman (Middletown, CT) offers the KD-2306, a non-contact linear displacement measuring instrument. According to the company, it features resolution down to 10 nm and speeds to 50 kHz. Other features include multiple high-gain output with easy calibration and synchronization.

Kaman (Middletown, CT) offers the KD-2306, a non-contact linear displacement measuring instrument. According to the company, it features resolution down to 10 nm and speeds to 50 kHz. Other features include multiple high-gain output with easy calibration and synchronization. Based on proven balanced bridge, inductive eddy current technology, Kaman’s KD-2306 makes high-precision static and dynamic measurements, and supports ambient, moderate temperature, and cryogenic-rated sensors. The KD-2306 can sense both ferrous and non-ferrous metal targets. The RoHS-compliant, CE-marked system includes the electronics, sensor and interconnecting cable. Standard sensing ranges are from 0.02” to 2.4”, with 0.01%FS resolution or better, and non-linearity as little as 0.25%FS.

Visit www.kamansensors.com to learn more.

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