Florence, KY (PRWEB) May 10, 2012
Balluff’s popular Micropulse® Generation 7 linear position transducers are now available with a Rapid Replacement Module (RRM) option. This RRM option allows quick field replacement without removing the pressure tube from the hydraulic cylinder, making field-level maintenance fast and easy. With the RRM option, the transducer electronics and sensing element can be replaced as a single unit, while the hydraulic seal remains intact.
With Balluff RRM modules, the pressure tube stays put. That means that during the replacement process there is no danger of oil spillage and no need for environmental containment procedures. There is also no need to bleed air from the hydraulic system and no danger of dirt or wood debris entering the open hydraulic port. Finally, there is no danger of repair personnel getting burned by hot oil.
Rapid Replacement Module Benefits:
- No hydraulic oil spillage, and no need for environmental containment
- No danger of hot oil spillage
- No need to bleed air from the hydraulic system after replacement
- No danger of hydraulic system contamination
- 100% exchange of sensor package eliminates troubleshooting guesswork
- Dimensionally identical to standard Balluff rod-style transducers
- Replacement cartridges can be installed into existing standard pressure tubes
- Available for all BTL7 output and connector types
Balluff Micropulse® Generation 7 linear position transducers provide highly accurate and reliable position control signals. Balluff’s non-contact magnetostrictive technology means performance does not degrade over time, as with linear potentiometers. Micropulse® transducers are very popular in the lumber industry, plastic injection and blow molding, tire and rubber manufacturing, stamping presses, die casting, and all types of automated machinery where a continuous, absolute position signal is required.
For more information on Balluff Micropulse transducers, visit: http://www.balluff.com/micropulse
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