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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
MR0101 ifm efector inc. ifm inc. Not Provided Cylinder sensor with reed contact, Plastic housing for T-slot cylinders, 2-wire, AC/DC PNP/NPN, Operating voltage: 5...60 V DC / 5...50 V AC, normally open, Cable with connector, 0.3 m, PUR cable, Housing material: housing: PA (polyamide) Fastening clamp stainless steel
DN0213 ifm efector inc. ifm inc. Not Provided Amplifier, Nominal voltage: 110 V AC (47...63 Hz), relay (1 changeover contact per channel), terminals up to 4 mm, 2-channel, selectable for pnp and npn switching sensors, Housing material: plastics
DN0012 ifm efector inc. ifm inc. Not Provided Amplifier, Nominal voltage: 110 V AC (47...63 Hz), relay (1 changeover contact), terminals up to 4 mm, 1-channel, selectable for pnp and npn switching sensors, Housing material: plastics
DBT70510P Relay Specialties Inc. CYNERGY3 COMPONENTS Reed Relay Relays • Reed Relays • 10 & 15kV isolation, 50W • Mounting: Panel Mount via nylon studs, turret contact/coil terminals • Coil Voltage: 5 VDC • Contact Configuration: SPST-NC (1 Form B) • Contact Current: 2 A • Contact Type: Tungsten
DAT72410T Relay Specialties Inc. CYNERGY3 COMPONENTS Reed Relay Relays • Reed Relays • 10 & 15kV isolation, 50W • Mounting: Panel Mount via nylon studs, turret contact • Coil Voltage: 24 VDC • Contact Configuration: SPST-NO (1 Form A) • Contact Current: 2 A • Contact Type: Tungsten
TR-61822 Relay Specialties Inc. MACROMATIC INC. Single Shot Time Delay Relay • Time Ranger ™ Programmable Multi-Range • Type:Single Knob Unit • Function: Watchdog • Input Voltage: 12 VAC/VDC • Timing Range: 0.1 sec - 120 min • Mounting : 11 Pin Octal • Contact Configuration: DPDT
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  • Load Switching and Contact Protection (.pdf)
    within the glass capsule. To Contact damage and even sticking will occur depend-. receive the maximum life for a given load some precau-. ing up the total capacitance, voltage present and series. tions may be necessary. resistance. Because a Reed Switch is a mechanical device and has Tungsten filament
  • Non-contact Temperature Measurement and Control (.pdf)
    sophisticated by using. automatic (closed loop) control systems. The temperature of the moving material is. continuously measured with a non-contact radiation thermometer known as a radiation. pyrometer, and the reading compared with a stabilized voltage representing the desired. temperature, or set point
  • Contact Resistance Analysis for Press Fit Applications
    that contact resistance testing should be carried out using the mil ivolt level. method as specified in IEC 60512-2-1. In addition, care must be taken regarding the resolution of the. micro-voltmeter as well as corrections for thermo-electrical voltage. The measuring points should be. made as close
  • Large Surface Area Contact Mating System (.pdf)
    contact resistance provides energy savings and minimized voltage drop across. the contact. ➢ “Closed Entry” design prevents damage to female contacts and will not allow. POSITRONIC INDUSTRIES, INC. misaligned or bent contacts to enter. 423 N Campbell Avenue. ➢ Precision machined from solid, high
  • Non-Contact Thickness Measurement of Semiconductor Wafers
    removal rates are within customer specifications. The thickness measurement device must not only be capable of producing a highly accurate reading, it must do so without contacting the wafer surface. Capacitance based measurement probes have long been employed as a means of non-contact measurement
  • Sensitivity of Contact Electronic Throttle Control Sensor to Control System Variation (.pdf)
    sensor reliability. figures 5,6,7). As wear occurs at this sliding interface, debris can. be trapped between the wiper and the tracks. This. significantly increases contact resistance, producing. changes in voltage (noise) on the output signal. This noise on one of the sensors is detected
  • An Overview of Electromagnetic and Lightning Induced Voltage Transients (.pdf)
    in the contact gap of a. high voltage transient into the transformer secondary. switch), so that cumulative effects can be signi cant. winding, as shown in Figure 2. Energizing the Transformer Primary. Unless a low-impedance discharge path is provided, this. When a transformer is energized

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