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    ID Card Readers and Encoders - (156 companies)
    ...reader can encode only low-coercivity stripes, but can read ID cards with both high-coercivity and low-coercivity stripes. Scanners are a sealed optical system for producing user-configurable programming cards. An access card is designed... Learn More
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    Blank ID Cards - (76 companies)
    ...with an organization, or may be encoded with a magnetic strip to provide access to a restricted area by using an ID card reader. Blank ID cards are almost always one size, the same as a standard credit card. Some vendors will sell a blank ID card that can be oriented... Learn More
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    RFID Tags - (135 companies)
    Angle; Easi-Card; Mobile Mag. RFID tags are small, electronic devices which are used to wirelessly identify and track physical articles through its radio frequency interaction with RFID readers. Each tag consists of at least an integrated circuit... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Proximity Sensors - (923 companies)
    Proximity sensors, all types is a general search form for all proximity sensors and presence detection product areas. Proximity sensors are non-contact devices which detect the presence of nearby objects. They may employ one of a variety of sensing... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Hall Effect Proximity Sensors - (97 companies)
    Hall effect proximity sensors are used to detect the proximity, presence or absence of a magnetic object using a critical distance. How to Select Hall Effect Proximity Sensors. Hall effect sensor. Image Credit: MSC & elobau. Hall effect proximity... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Ultrasonic Proximity Sensors - (170 companies)
    How to Select Ultrasonic Proximity Sensors. Image Credit: Baumer Ltd. | Allied Electronics, Inc. | Newark / element 14. Ultrasonic proximity sensors use reflected or transmitted ultrasonic waves to detect the presence or absence of a target... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Fiber Optic Proximity Sensors - (90 companies)
    Fiber optic proximity sensors use fiber optic technology to detect the proximity of target objects. Description. Fiber optic proximity sensors are used to detect the proximity of target objects using light. Light is supplied and returned via fiber... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Eddy Current Proximity Sensors - (38 companies)
    Eddy current proximity sensors and switches detect the proximity or presence of a target by sensing the magnetic fields generated by a reference coil. How to Select Eddy Current Proximity Sensors. Image Credit: ABB Cylindrical sensor. Image Credit... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Inductive Proximity Sensors - (302 companies)
    Inductive proximity sensors detect the presence or absence of an object using a critical distance. How to Select Inductive Proximity Sensors. Image Credit: Grainger Industrial Supply | Carlo Gavazzi | TURCK Inc. Inductive proximity sensors... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Capacitive Proximity Sensors - (224 companies)
    Capacitive proximity sensors detect the presence or proximity of a target using capacitive technology. How to Select Capacitive Proximity Sensors. Image Credit: AutomationDirect |Baumer. Capacitive proximity sensors use the face or surface... Search by Specification | Learn More
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...geometry of an RFID. where: application. When the tag and reader antennas are. within a proximity distance, the time-varying magnetic. B. =. magnetic field given in Equation 3. field B that is produced by a reader antenna coil. S. =. surface area of the coil. induces a voltage (called electromotive...

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