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Linear Variable Differential Transformer (LVDT) Circuits
 

Last Updated: October 18, 2017 05:04 AM


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DAC to Vary LVDT Excitation -  10/02/03  EDN-Design Ideas LVDTs  (linear variable differential transformers] are electromechanical measuring devices that convert the position of a magnetic core into electrical signals.  You generate these signals via excitation on the primary side.  The result __ Circuit Design by Anthony Di Tommaso and Ljubisa Milojevic, ABB Inc, Natrona Heights, PA

Filament Transformer Adjusts Line Voltage  - 08/21/03  EDN-Design Ideas The problem  I couldn't use my Heathkit oscilloscope in a house I lived in during the 1960s because my lab was too far from the power-line input to the house, and the line drop through the house was substantial.  Depending on the time of day, the screen would shrink to perhaps half the normal display size __ Circuit Design by EE Barnes, Cochranville, PA

 

Isolated AC linear power control -  12/02/13  EDN-Design Ideas Don’t discount linear control elements when your load is small or only needs control at either end of the range __ Circuit Design by sajjad Haidar

LVDT Signal Conditioning  -  Launch the evaluation software and connect the USB cable from the PC to the Mini-USB connector on the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z Information and details regarding test setup and calibration, and how to use the evaluation software for data capture can be found in the CN-0288 Software User Guide In order for another controller to be used with the EVAL-CN0288-SDPZ , software must be developed by a third party__ Analog Devices from the Lab

 
Precision LVDT Signal Conditioning using Direct RMS to DC Conversion -  DN362 Design Notes__ Linear Technology/Analog Devices

Universal LVDT Signal Conditioning  -  Launch the evaluation software and connect the USB cable from the PC to the Mini-USB connector on the EVAL-SDP-CB1Z Information and details regarding test setup and calibration, and how to use the evaluation software for data capture can be found in the CN-0301 Software User Guide In order for another controller to be used with the EVAL-CN0301-SDPZ , software must be developed by a third party.  __ Analog Devices from the Lab

Use a DAC to Vary LVDT Excitation -  2-Oct-03 EDN-Design Ideas LVDTs (linear variable differential transformers] are electromechanical measuring devices that convert the position of a magnetic core into electrical signals.  You generate these signals via excitation on the primary side.  The results on the secondary side—typically, two secondary windings—depend on the position of the core (Figure 1)  __ Circuit Design by Anthony Di Tommaso and Ljubisa Milojevic, ABB Inc, Natrona Heights, PA


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