Standard and Customized LVDT Position Sensors

Industries & Applications

Oil & Gas

Wellbore Case Profiling – Pipeline Monitoring – Cutters & Drill Directions – Seismic Survey Trucks

Power Generation & Energy

Valve Position Sensors – Turbine Case Expansion – Turbine Vibration – Predictive Maintenance – Radiation Hardened

Subsea & Marine

Choke Valve Position – Mooring Cables – Underwater Pipeline Monitoring – ROV Actuators & Fins – Extensometers

Structural Monitoring / R&D

Stain & Creep Measurement – Materials Testing – Expansion Joint Monitoring – Laboratory – Radiation Hardened

Nuclear / Radiation

Nuclear Steam Valves – Control Rod Position – Particle Accelerators – Autoclave – Missile Guidance – Spacecraft

Our Technology

LVDT Tutorial

LVDTs are used in the most demanding position sensing applications. Learn how they work and why their benefits are preferred...

Top 10 Reasons to Use an LVDT

LVDT Position Sensors have so many desirable attributes, so we created a list to share the top 10.

LVDT Signal Conditioning

Remote signal conditioning allows AC LVDTs to operate in extreme environments, and integrated signal conditioning gives convenience...

NewTek Capabilities Brochure

See a glimpse of our standard LVDT position sensors and custom design capabilities...

Featured Products

NTC-6000 Signal Conditioner

The user-friendly NTC-6000 AC LVDT/RVDT Signal Conditioner offers reliable DC voltage, current, or digital output for nearly any AC LVDT with advanced security and reliability features.

GA-750 Gage Head AC LVDT

The NewTek GA Series gage head sensors are spring-loaded AC LVDTs with excellent linearity, high sensitivity and infinite resolution.

GAR-750 Gage Head Right Angle AC LVDT

The NewTek GAR Series gage head sensors are spring-loaded AC LVDTs featuring a radially mounted electrical connection, resulting in a reduced housing length.

HT-1000 Extreme Temperature

The NewTek HT Series AC LVDTs are specially designed for Extreme High Temperature applications demanding the highest levels of reliability in operations up to 1000°F (538°C).