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SM6100 ifm efector inc. ifm inc. Not Provided Magnetic-inductive flow sensor, Measuring range: 0,10...25,00 l/min / 0,050...1,500 m/h, Process connection: G flat seal, 4-wire, DC PNP/NPN, Operating voltage: 19...30 V DC, Current consumption: 120 mA, OUT1: normally open / closed programmable or pulse OUT2: normally open / closed programmable...
SM7000 ifm efector inc. ifm inc. Not Provided Magnetic-inductive flow sensor, Measuring range: 0,2...50,0 l/min / 0,01...3,00 m/h, Process connection: G flat seal, 4-wire, DC PNP/NPN, Operating voltage: 19...30 V DC, Current consumption: 120 mA, OUT1: normally open / closed programmable or pulse OUT2: normally open / closed programmable...
SM8000 ifm efector inc. ifm inc. Not Provided Magnetic-inductive flow sensor, Measuring range: 0,2...100,0 l/min / 0,010...6,000 m/h, Process connection: G1 flat seal, 4-wire, DC PNP/NPN, Operating voltage: 19...30 V DC, Current consumption: 120 mA, OUT1: normally open / closed programmable or pulse OUT2: normally open / closed programmable...
8707ASA030C1W3N0 PLC Radwell Rosemount Not Provided HIGH SIGNAL MAGNETIC FLOW SENSOR
8707ASA040C1W3N0 PLC Radwell Emerson Not Provided HIGH SIGNAL MAGNETIC FLOW SENSOR
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  • Magnetic Inductive Flow Meters (.pdf)
    fl uids could inhibit operation of the sensor. Some magnetic inductive fl ow meters offer a few advantages over other available models. Select meters are. self contained units, i.e. the controlling electronics and fl ow measuring device are one unit. Other sensors are. often larger in size and are sold
  • Ten Easy Things to Do with Magnetic Sensors
    conceptually simple, this sensor is very difficult to implement well (from performance, manufacturing, and stability standpoints) because of manufacturing variations in both magnets and commonly available magnetic sensors. Nevertheless, there are situations in which it is the best solution. Ferrous Vane
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  • Low Frequency Magnetic Transmitter Design
    pools. A LFMC link (see Figure 1) in its most basic form con-. sists of a field generation source transmitter and a. • Low power designs are possible, especially on. magnetic sensor that is sensitive to the generated field. the receiver side. This factor makes LFMC very. Thus, there needs to be a field
  • Sensor Sense: Hall-effect current sensors
    feeds an electronic circuit that checks it for control or overload sensing. A new generation of small Hall-effect-based current sensors simplify the task. Hall-effect devices measure current via the intensity of the magnetic field generated by the current flow. Of course, higher currents produce
  • Low-Frequency Magnetic Transmitter Design (.pdf)
    of a field generation source transmitter and a. magnetic sensor that is sensitive to the generated field. the receiver side. This factor makes LFMC very. Thus, there needs to be a field propagation path to. attractive for PKE (Passive Keyless Entry), where. the key fob constantly “listens” for a valid car
  • Application: Water Flow Volume Measurement Sensor (.pdf)
    wheel, and the. Reed Sensor is mounted strategically such that. the magnetic field of magnet will be sensed with. Figure 2. Water flows through unclogged filter producing flow measurement with good. each rotation of the paddle wheel. filter indicator light. • The reed switch used in the Reed

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