Linear Gauge Sensors Onosoki GS-1713A, GS-1730A, GS-1813A, GS-1830A

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Model name
GS-1713A GS-1730A GS-1813A GS-1830A
Measurement range 13 mm 30 mm 13 mm 30 mm
Resolution 10 μm 1 μm
Accuracy (at 20 °C) 3 μm 3 μm 2 μm 3 μm
Maximum spindle velocity*1 1(4) m/s 0.3(1.2) m/s
Measurement force(downward)*2 1.3 N or less 1.9 N or less 1.3 N or less 1.9 N or less
Number of sliding times
(proven in our endurance test)
6.5 million times or more
Protection class
(not including connector part)
Stem diameter Ø15 mm+0-0.009
Power supply 4.5 to 5.5 VDC
Power consumption (5 VDC) 120 mA or less
Signal output (5 VDC)

Two-phase square wave, phase difference: 90° ± 20°
Output voltage Hi:4.5 V or more / Lo:0.4 V or less

Output impedance Approx. 22 Ω
Vibration resistance
(when the power is off) *3
98 m/s2 in each of the three axial directions (75 minutes per each),
10 cycles of 10 Hz to150 Hz sweeping
Shock resistance
(when the power is off)*3
980 m/s2 in each of direction for each of three axex,
three times for each of ±X,Y and Z directions, sine half-wave, pulse duration 6 ms
Operating temperature range 0 to +40 °C
Storage temperature range -10 to +55 °C
Cable length Approx. 1.9 m
Weight (including cable, connector) Approx. 250 g Approx. 310 g Approx. 250 g Approx. 310 g
Accessories Instruction manual, spanner

*1. When used with Ono Sokki's Gauge Counter. The values within parentheses () is the maximum spindle velocity used with the DG-4140/DG-4190/DG-5100/DG-3000.
*2. An attachment may not return completely if it is facing upwards.

*3 Vibration/shock resistance values described in above are not guaranteed during measurement operation.


• Disconnected or modified signal cable is not applicable to CE marking.

NOTE:Please check an attaching portion (material, grounding etc.) before you install the New GS series. If the New GS series is installed in a metallic portion that is not grounded, it might cause blowout of a fuse or cable damage because of a potential difference that might be produced between a counter side chassis and a sensor side chassis.