Westinghouse Qualifies Macro Sensors As Approved Source for LVDT Valve Position Sensors for Steam Turbines
 

Macro Sensors (), a manufacturer of LVDT-based linear and rotary sensors, gaging probes, support electronics and related instrumentation, is now a Siemens Westinghouse-approved vendor for LVDT position sensors used on Westinghouse steam turbines. The LVDTs are implemented for position measurement on governor valves, throttle valves, reheat/stop valves, interceptor valves, and many other control valves.

May 7, 2005 -- Macro Sensors offers a variety of its Linear Variable Differential Transducers (LVDTs) linear position sensors in configurations from 2 to 20 inches long and with different outputs to satisfy the requirements of both current and legacy turbine installations. Macro Sensors manufactures exact replacement LVDTs that are form, fit, function equivalents with the same electrical and mechanical specifications as Westinghouse stock units. The Company also provides a full array of non-standard and custom-designed units for OEMS and system integrators. All popular units are available from stock, with attractive pricing for electric power utilities and turbine control systems integrators.

Macro Sensors also offers an easy cross-reference guide for exact Westinghouse OEM replacement LVDTs and units that work with existing OEM control systems and updated retrofitted controls. It can be downloaded from Macro Sensors' web site at . For more information, contact Eileen Otto at eileene@macrosensors or go to the web site at .

 
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