differential transducer

differential transducer

[‚dif·ə′ren·chəl tranz′dü·sər]
(electricity)
A transducer that simultaneously senses two separate sources and provides an output proportional to the difference between them.
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The system uses Hall-effect current probes and a linear variable differential transducer to measure and monitor various performance indicators such as power consumption, slide position, cycle time, and workpiece behavior.
Four differential transducers capture pressure drop data along circuit cards, assemblies and orifice plates.
The company offers a range of linear variable differential transducers in various configurations and outputs to satisfy the requirements of both current and legacy turbine installations.

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