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  • Tips for Selecting the Right Inductive Sensor
    Locon Sensor Systems Inc. has an extensive selection of Contrinex inductive sensors that serve as the perfect choice for detecting metallic targets up to 65mm away. Letâ s take an in-depth look at our list of sensor options to determine which is the ideal fit for your application. We offer
  • Sensor Sense: Intelligent inductive sensors
    , pushbuttons, and other devices. The open topology of the network lets sensors attach anywhere along the yellow cable. While normal inductive sensors require input modules, AS-i sensors act as their own
  • Sensor Sense: Inductive sensors and resistance welding
    Inductive sensors and resistance welding Resistance welding is known to create electromagnetic interference at levels high enough to falsely trigger inductive proximity sensors. Inductive proximity detectors used near welding applications require special coil and core combinations to prevent false
  • Sensor Sense: Magnetic inductive flowmeters
    , the length of the wire in the field, and the speed that the wire moves through the field. Magnetic inductive flowmeters work on the same principles. An electrically
  • 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
  • Operating Principles for Inductive Proximity Sensors
    Inductive proximity sensors are used for non-contact detection of metallic objects. Their operating principle is based on a coil and oscillator that creates an electromagnetic field in the close surroundings of the sensing surface. The presence of a metallic object (actuator) in the operating area
  • 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
  • Why Eddy-Current Sensors Are Now Replacing Inductive Sensors and Switches
    Both eddy-current sensors as well as inductive switches and displacement sensors have been used for many years, each having their respective advantages when it comes to measuring position and displacement of objects in harsh environments. However, recent advances in eddy-current sensor design

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