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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
SW006011 Microchip Technology, Inc. Microchip Technology, Inc. Not Provided Development Environment (IDE), allowing source level debugging with MPLAB ’s software and hardware debug engines. Projects, compiler switches and linker customizations can be controlled completely within MPLAB IDE to provide a full graphical front end for this powerful compiler. Text errors...
VP01-110TB Allied Electronics, Inc. CARLO GAVAZZI INC Not Provided Sensor, Photoelectric, Level, Type VP Unmodulated, 110VAC, Break Switch, 2 Meter
FST16211MTDX Radwell Fairchild Semiconductor Not Provided SWITCH LOGIC IC; LOGIC TYPE:LEVEL SHIFTER; LOGIC F
B151H3BDOB Radwell Magnetrol Not Provided LIQUID LEVEL SWITCH DISPLACER TYPE
CT99250 Radwell Colortronic Not Provided LEVEL SWITCH SENSOR TYPE O

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  • Switch Tips: Float-level switches
    near the hinge. In the usual application mode, a rising fluid level moves the arm nearer the horizontally mounted stem. Once in close proximity, the magnets actuate a reed switch in the stem. Bent stem float-level switches are also designed for installation on the tank side. They consist
  • Switch Tips: Electro-Optic Level Switches
    or which leaves a solid residue. These switches typically sense liquid level to within +-1 mm. They operate from 4 to 20 mA at 5 or 12 Vdc with no load. Most of this power is consumed by the LED. All their components are solid state. Switch outputs are compatible with TTL and CMOS circuitry. Open
  • Ethernet switches
    message filtering, redundancy, and diagnostic LED readouts. It is often confused with an Ethernet hub. A hub is analogous to an extension cord. After boosting the signal level, it sends in-coming messages to all other devices to which it connects. An Ethernet switch, in contrast, manipulates incoming
  • White Paper: Using Static Transfer Switches to Enhance Data Center Availability and Maintainability
    . in operation that actually have single power supplies with a transfer switch between. cords. These power supplies do not share the load equally, and may "go to sleep," reduce. processing or shut down if power is disrupted to one of the power feeds. One way to assure a higher level of availability
  • Mechanical Damage to Inductive Proximity Switches: The Hammer Demonstration
    Sensor systems used in production units are, by their very nature, exposed to all kinds of situations where they can easily be damaged. This can result in sensor failures, which in turn lead to machine downtimes and maintenance overheads, the costs of which are continually escalating, due
  • Measurement and Control Basics, Fourth Edition
    characteristics and. potentiometric-type pressure sensors. Extensive coverage was added on. typical pressure transmitter applications. The discussion on level measurement. has been increased with the addition of several common level. instruments and switches such as displacers, tape floats
  • Medical Device Link .
    and reflow soldering. Logic level electrical capacity is standard in all models; most models feature UL 94 V-0 flammability ratings. The gull-wing terminals conform to standard PC board
  • True or pHalse - Is Your Measurement Accurate?
    Endress+Hauser: suppliers of liquid and solid level measurement and limit detection (or limit switch) sensors for all types of industry - food & beverage, chemical, pharmaceutical, water & wastewater, environmental, oil & gas, pulp & paper, primaries or mining minerals and metals & bulk solids.
  • Turbulence Splash Shield
    Turbulence in tanks will cause false signals. A splash shield will dampen this wave action, thus averaging the liquid level. All liquid level controls can have a splash shield added to them. Standard float switches can have a splash shield added in the field without any special tools
  • Electrolytic Tilt Sensors and Inclinometers: A Primer - Sensors Online Magazine, September 2004
    The term tilt sensor is often used to identify a large variety of devices that measure, indicate, or otherwise provide a signal of some type when tilted from (or to) a level position, using gravity as a reference. While a number of these devices are indeed tilt sensors, others are not. To determine

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