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Magnetic wand transducers in substantially hostile environments are subject to wear, and must be readily and accurately replaceable. The structure illustrated in the drawing achieves these objectives.
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Replaceable Transducer for Magnetic Wand
Magnetic wand transducers in substantially hostile environments are subject
to wear, and must be readily and accurately replaceable. The structure
illustrated in the drawing achieves these objectives.
The replaceable tip is accurately positioned by the dovetail slide on the wand
body which mates with a complementary slide in the removable tip housing. A
retaining screw extending through the wand body engages a threaded hole in the
tip housing, and secures the tip housing to the wand body. Electrical contact is
made through the tip connectors in the wand body, which are accurately guided
into mating connectors in the tip and held in contact by the retaining screw.
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