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  • 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
  • Miniaturization - The Inductive Proximity Switch Trend
    machine controls, a larger concentration of sensors can be observed. This should not, if possible, oblige the machine manufacturer to modify the mechanics just to provide space for detectors, it would be in fact illogical that the use of detectors makes the mechanics bulkier, therefore more
  • Eaton: Sensor Learning Course
    The following pages contain a complete learning course that will take you through the basic operation and application of limit switches, inductive and capacitive proximity sensors, and photoelectric sensors. Whether you're a novice looking to get up to speed fast, or are already experienced
  • Position Sensors and Position-Sensing Instruments
    Position sensors include wide range of sensors, switches and technologies that are used to determine the placement, speed or movement, direction, and location of a given target. Linear position devices include cable extension, capacitive, eddy current, fiber optic, Hall effect, inductive, magneto
  • Sensor Technologies to Detect Pneumatic Cylinder Position - White Paper
    Over the years, many users have abandoned the use of reed switches due to their failure rate and have utilized mechanical or inductive sensors to detect pneumatic cylinder position. AMR and GMR sensors are smaller, faster, and easy to integrate and are much more reliable however; they must overcome
  • Capacitives with Perspective
    Unlike inductive proximity switches, which respond exclusively to metals, capacitive sensors react to a wide spectrum of other materials, such as for example: paper, glass, plastics, oil, water, as well as all metals. The sensor output switches when the object to be detected is within a certain
  • My-Com and IRPM - The Nut Has Now Been Cracked
    : If the application requires a dynamic and absolute measurement signal, force cannot be applied during the process and in addition there is sufficient room for the installation, the it definitely is the inductive measurement sensor IRPM 1219505/S14, which works contact-free. If however space

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