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  • Sensor Sense: Sensors and slag
    temperatures often exceed 1,200 F. Weld flash spews molten metal, forming slag and splatter deposits on the sensor tip and body. Hot metal sparks melt sensor housings to form pockmarks that trap additional slag and splatter. Peak weld currents exceeding 35 kA generate severe electromagnetic interference
  • Sensor Sense: Cylinder-Position Sensors
    sensors detect its position through the metal casing. Magnetic sensors detect the presence of magnetic fields using numerous sensing techniques. Magnetic-inductive (MI) technology was the dominant method for many years. However, within the last 10 years magnetoresistive (MR) sensing technology has
  • Sensor Sense: Fiber-optic sensors
    . Otherwise internal bending stresses may snap the fiber. The outer sheath protects the PVC sleeve and fiber strand from external damage. The sheath can be metal, silicone, or PVC. Fiber-optic cables contain thin strands of lightconductive glass or plastic. Each strand reflects and refracts light along
  • Metal-faced sensors
    sensors suit 80% of sensing applications today; but plastic-face sensors are not designed to stand up to the harsh conditions of severe industrial environments. Abrasion tests on plastic and metal-faced sensors show how well they withstand metal-to-metal contact. The metal-face sensor shows wear
  • Sensor Sense: Advances in inductive sensing - Factor 1 sensors
    Inductive proximity sensors detect metal objects without touching them. Factor 1 inductive sensors have at least two coils in their design. One technique connects the first coil to an oscillator circuit while the other coil is part of an impedance circuit that controls the amplitude
  • Factor 1 Sensors: The Evolutions of Metal Detection
    For years, standard proximity sensors have been used in applications requiring metal detection, ranging from packaging and material handling to agriculture and oil & gas. Engineered as an early solution to achieve consistent metal detection, standard proximity sensors were widely used in a variety
  • Optimised Metal Strip Measurement
    , the thickness profile of the metal strip is an important feature. There are many different approaches for measuring the thickness profile. A very interesting solution is provided by Micro-Epsilon, a sensor and system manufacturer from Ortenburg.
  • Optimised Metal Strip Measurement
    , the thickness profile of the metal strip is an important feature. There are many different approaches for measuring the thickness profile. A very interesting solution is provided by Micro-Epsilon, a sensor and system manufacturer from Ortenburg.

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