The 540 series offers the following products to make easier the study of the physical magnitude sensors:
The MF-540 unit is designed to make a real, practical study of physical magnitude sensors, such as movement, linear speed and acceleration and buckling forces on a plate.
The model is made up of a vibrating cantilever consisting of two plates firmly fixed at either end to a fixed mount on the model, and to a vertical rod. As collectors items containing:
- An LVDT (linear variation differential transformer) as the sensor for movement.
- An inductive speed sensor.
- A piezoelectric acceleration sensor.
- Four strain gauges, 2 working by traction and 2 by compression, to collect the buckling forces.
The drive device for the vibrating cantilever is a coil, which when excited by an oscillating signal, will make the cantilever vibrate.
The connecting terminals from the various sensors and the drive coil to the modular control cabinet is on the front panel.