- Body length to stroke ratios for DVRTs are typically 2.5 to 1 as compared to 6 to 1 for LVDTs.
- Microminiature DVRTs are available in body diameters of only 1.5 mm (.060") and with core diameters of only 0.5 mm (.020"); this makes them the World's smallest commercially available linear displacement transducers.
- DVRTs maintain their temperature stability due to the use of two coils arranged differentially.
- Each DVRT is capable of submersion as a standard feature.
- Each DVRT can be hermetically sealed as an option.
- Microminiature DVRTs are available with super-elastic, nickel titanium cores.
- DVRTs have a standard operating temperature range up to 175 degrees C; LVDTs typically only operate up to 85 degrees C.
- DVRTs have been operated successfully in liquid nitrogen; LVDTs typically only operate to -20 degrees C.