MLT002N3000B5C - 

Linear Potentiometric Sensor, 1kV, 0.5Gohm, 81.28mm, -40 °C to 80 °C

MLT002N3000B5C - Linear Potentiometric Sensor, 1kV, 0.5Gohm, 81.28mm, -40 °C to 80 °C

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The MLT002N3000B5C is a Linear Potentiometric Sensor that is rugged enough to withstand hostile factory environments. Using a proprietary dual wiper, internal ball joint and the MystR® conductive plastic film the MLT provides a usable output at high vibration levels over long periods of time. MLT transducers use precious metal wipers to further enhance reliability. Dual wiper design improves shock and vibration performance. Internal spring loaded ball joint, less error from shaft misalignment. Absolute continuous measurement, accurate position at power up.
  • Extruded wiper block guide
  • Stainless steel shaft
  • -40 to 80°C Operating temperature


Industrial, Medical, Consumer Electronics

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