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  • Inductive Proximity Switches as Encoders
    Today, encoders are mature products, and are available in a variety of designs. However, compared to inductive proximity switches, they are significantly more expensive. In addition, they have rotating axes, and consequently require a certain care during assembly. Finally, encoders are often far
  • Tips for Mounting Inductive Proximity Switches
    surroundings. Insulating parts do not influence the functioning of inductive proximity switches. Metal parts in the vicinity of the sensing face on the other hand, influence the operating distance, though in various ways: ? Ferromagnetic metals (iron, nickel, cobalt, etc) increase the operating
  • New Inductive Proximity Switch with Analog Output
    Why inductive? Inductive proximity switches are highly popular with end-users, since they are ? robust ? cost effective ? insensitive to dirt ? standardized and therefore simple to use. Why analog? Classical (switching) inductive proximity switches in fact work internally as analog devices
  • The Application of Inductive Proximity Switches with Analog Output
    In general, the same application rules as for the well-known inductive switching devices apply. However, there are, in addition, a number of extra features, which are discussed in the application report "New Inductive Proximity Switch with Analog Output". The following application examples have all
  • Inductive Proximity Switches with Large Operating Ranges: The Technology, Characteristics and Application Advantages
    The inductive proximity switches' time came at the beginning of the 1960's. Due to their reliability, high quality to price ratio and ease of installation they have conquered a wide range of applications. Despite many technical improvements, one of the substantial and long standing drawbacks
  • Inductive Proximity Switches
  • Miniaturization - The Inductive Proximity Switch Trend
    expensive and even possibly less effective. This automatically results in the requirement for smaller and smaller detectors. This particularly concerns the proximity detectors used in large quantities, which we will deal with in the following text.
  • Mechanical Damage to Inductive Proximity Switches: The Hammer Demonstration
    that their specification limits are not exceeded. In practice however, even when taking the utmost care, this cannot always be permanently guaranteed. For this reason, there is a growing interest for sensors having as wide a "misuse tolerance" as possible. This is particularly valid for inductive
  • Pressure-Resistant Switches for Highly Dynamic Requirements
    Pressure-resistant inductive proximity switches are used for a multitude of applications, especially in the field of hydraulics, as well as for various pressures (up to 500 bar). Pressure-resistance requires thick housing walls, particularly also at the sensing face. The main problem lays
  • Application Tips Series 700
    Compared to standard inductive proximity switches, Condet (R) devices feature numerous advantages, in particular: ? The devices are built into a one-piece, stainless-steel housing (sensing face included) and, as a result, are extremely robust as well as absolutely impervious at the front