Through an oscillating circuit, a capacitive measurement circuit measures the impedance. In a DC environment, a capacitor serves as an efficient circuit break. Charge builds up on the capacitor’s plates, resulting in a charge imbalance, and the system then stabilizes.
The Global Capacitive Measuring Cell market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
Miniature Epsilon has sent off another capacitive estimating gadget for portable, high accuracy hole and distance estimations. The capaNCDT MD6-22 dual channel handheld gauge is suitable for use in industrial commissioning, service, and maintenance tasks. It is lightweight, robust, and simple to use.
The capaNCDT MD6-22 measures gaps with a precision of one micron. All targets that are electrically conductive can be measured. The device’s sturdy construction makes it ideal for use in environments with magnetic fields.
Typical applications include the alignment of rollers in web processing lines for paper and plastics, maintenance of turbines and engines, rotor gap monitoring in wind turbines, automotive airframe construction and joining processes.
A dual-channel handheld gauge, a capacitive capacaNCDT sensor with integrated cable (up to 4 meters in length), a carry case, a power supply, and a magnetic holder for on-site mounting make up the entire measuring system, which only weighs 500 grams.
Any capacitive sensor in the Micro-Epsilon product line is compatible with the device. Maximum battery life is five hours.
The capaNCDT MD6-22 has a touchscreen display and pre-programmed features like automatic gap detection and single-sided or double-sided measurement, making parallel alignment of flat sensors for double-sided measurements easier.
The ability to store measurement values on a microSD card (not included) and use them for future evaluation or to identify trends for condition monitoring tasks is made possible by the memory function, which increases flexibility.
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