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LVDT Linear Displacement Sensors now available for purchase online

H+K expands online shop for quick and easy accessibility to LVDT sensors for medical, industrial, agricultural, military and heavy transportation applications

October 26, 2017 – Woodstock, GA — Hoffmann + Krippner announces a new product addition to their redesigned, user-friendly online shop. In addition to Sensofoil linear and rotary membrane potentiometers, cleanroom / medical keyboards and emPC A/RPI Industrial PCs, the shop now features inelta LVDT linear displacement sensors.

The new online inelta portfolio ranges from standard and miniature displacement sensors to sensors with integrated signal processing and external thread for easy installation.

The IZAL Series miniature sensors, for example, are ideal for medical, industrial, testing, agricultural and military applications. The contactless, wear-free sensors for displacement and position detection achieve a linearity tolerance of ± 0.5% (optionally 0.25%) and are designed for the extremely small measuring ranges of 2, 5 and 10mm.

The new H+K online shop is easy to navigate and provides unique product specifications as they pertain to each of the LVDT categories, allowing customers to quickly find the perfect linear displacement sensor for their application.

For more information, please visit http://www.hoffmann-krippner.com or call us at 770-487-1950.

ABOUT HOFFMANN + KRIPPNER, INC.

The Hoffmann + Krippner Group, with sales offices around the globe, is your specialist for input and output systems as well as sensors. Headquartered in Germany, Hoffmann + Krippner manufactures German-engineered, high quality products for over 35 years.

As the North American member of the Group, Hoffmann + Krippner, Inc. delivers these engineering, design and manufacturing services to the US and Canadian market.

As of 2014, Hoffmann + Krippner, Inc. has partnered with Altmann GmbH (manufacturer of high-precision potentiometers), inelta GmbH (manufacturer of LVDT and load cells), and PiL Sensoren GmbH (manufacturer of ultrasonic sensors). Beyond manufacturing of standard products, we always welcome the challenge of providing high-quality, custom solutions to our clients.

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