IPRM 12 reaches resolution of 50 nm – Inductive sensor in M12 housing measures in nanometer range

Friday, 28. May 2010

The new inductive sensor IPRM 12 measures with a resolution of up to 50 nm, which is to date unmatched in its class. All of the necessary electronics are integrated in its 90 mm short M12 housing.

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  • Resolution up to 50 nm
  • Compact housing with fully integrated electronics
  • Fast measuring speed
  • Use of unshielded cables

At the same time, it is one of the fastest sensors in its class with a measuring speed of 1 mm/s. With these performance characteristics the compact sensor is a valid alternative to complex measuring systems. In contrast to these systems, the IPRM 12 does not need any external amplifier or expensive coaxial cables. The M12 housing holds measuring head, signal evaluation and amplification as well as the analog output circuit. Additionally, the sensor is able to mostly work temperature-stable even without any external temperature compensating devices, due to its sophisticated switching. A robust metal housing and protection class IP 67 are the basis for a high durability.