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ZN-PD03-SA Digi-Key Omron Automation and Safety Sensors, Transducers AIR PARTICLE SENSOR 0.3-1.0 UM
GP2Y1010AU Digi-Key Sharp Microelectronics Sensors, Transducers SENSOR AIR QUALITY DUST
GP2Y1001AU0F Digi-Key Sharp Microelectronics Sensors, Transducers SENSOR AIR DUST QUALITY
ZN-PD50-SA Digi-Key Omron Automation and Safety Sensors, Transducers AIR DUST SENSOR 5-20 UM
ZN-PD03-SU Digi-Key Omron Automation and Safety Sensors, Transducers AIR PARTICLE SENSOR
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  • Sensor Sense: IP ratings for sensors
    A classification system established by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) rates how well enclosures and packages for electrical components seal against intrusion by foreign materials such as dust and moisture. Sensor ingress protection, a.k.a. IP, ratings detail how well sensors
  • LBA differential pressure sensors - high immunity to dust contamination
    In this application note First Sensors LBA differential pressure (?P) sensors are experimentally compared to. other sensors which use the same (thermal-anemometer-based, non-membrane) sensing principle, where. differential pressure is inferred from a gas flow through the sensor. With dust
  • Proximity Sensors
    to detect, the upper switching range of these devices is about 50 Hz. Primary applications are in bulk-handling machines, level detectors, and package detection. One advantage of capacitive sensors is that they are unaffected by dust or opaque containers, allowing them to replace optical devices. A typical
  • Application Advantages of LBA Differential Pressure Sensors Due to Their Very High Pneumatic Impedance
    principle of inferring differential pressure from a thermal mass flow measurement. The LBA pressure sensors can achieve very high pneumatic impedances up to 200,000 Pa/(ml/s). This reduces the gas flow through the sensor to an absolute minimum and allows high immunity to dust contamination
  • IP Ratings for Proximity Sensors (.pdf)
    The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) established a classification system to rate the degree to which the enclosures of electrical components are sealed against the intrusion of foreign bodies such as dust and moisture.
  • Application: Intrinsically Safe Push Button Reed Sensor (.pdf)
    Many facilities, particularly manufacturing environments where dust particles or explosive atmospheres may exist, represent real challenges when it comes to electronic circuitry and switching contacts. Any type of arc can set off an explosion dramatically damaging the facility. Reed switches
  • Stainless steel for tight seals
    . This is especially true when the sensor sees high-pressure water spray as used for wash down. Because SS sensors are not made from separate pieces, there are no gaps for moisture, dust, or other elements to enter. So how does an SS sensor detect the desired target and not its own metal face? First, it uses
  • Magnetic Sensing
    in salt spray or sand and dust environments, and under differential pressures up to 20,000 psi. Eddy-current sensors detect ferrous and nonferrous metals. A high-frequency magnetic field induces eddy currents in metal targets. The eddy currents generally change the

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