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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
PRX5100 PLC Radwell Hermetic Switch Inc Sensors & Switches, Proximity Switch PROXIMITY SWITCH MAGNETIC
DRS PLC Radwell Escha Sensors & Switches, Proximity Switch PROXIMITY SWITCH MAGNETIC
SG08168L05 PLC Radwell Telemecanique Sensors & Switches, Proximity Switch PROXIMITY SWITCH MAGNETIC
SG08168L05 PLC Radwell Groupe Schneider Sensors & Switches, Proximity Switch PROXIMITY SWITCH MAGNETIC
SG08168L05 PLC Radwell Schneider Automation Inc Sensors & Switches, Proximity Switch PROXIMITY SWITCH MAGNETIC
BMF32MPSC2S49 PLC Radwell Balluff Sensors & Switches, Proximity Switch PROXIMITY SWITCH MAGNETIC FIELD
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  • Switch Tips: Float-level switches
    Float-type switches are considered the least-expensive way of monitoring the level of fluid in a tank. They use a buoyant float to gauge a fluid level. In most models, the float carries permanent magnets and encircles a stationary stem. As the float rises or drops with fluid level, the magnetic
  • Operating Principles for Magnetic Sensors
    Magnetic proximity sensors are actuated by the presence of a permanent magnet. Their operating principle is based on the use of reed con-tacts, whose thin plates are hermetically sealed in a glass bulb with inert gas. The presences of a magnetic field makes the thin plates flex and touch each other
  • Condet Proximity Switches
    . The coil produces a high-frequency magnetic field in front of the sensing face; conducting objects brought into this area increase the oscillator circuit losses, which are detected and evaluated by the built-in electronics. Unfortunately, the oscillating circuit is also affected by other, undesirable
  • Ten Easy Things to Do with Magnetic Sensors
    Pushbutton. Magnetic sensors can also be used to make updated versions of electromechanical sensors, such as pushbutton switches. In the device shown in Figure 5, not only do the sensor and magnets provide a replacement for the contacts, but they also replace the spring and other mechanical components
  • Selecting proximity sensors for diverse applications
    to either an “on” or “off” state. When the metal object exits the magnetic field, the oscillator regenerates, and the sensor returns to its normal state. The output stage of a proximity sensor can be either analog or digital. Analog versions can be voltage (typically 0-10 Vdc) or current (4-20 mA
  • Operating Principles for Capacitive Proximity Sensors
    (Table 1). Capacitive Operating Principles. Operating Principles. Inductive. Capacitive. Magnetic. Photoelectric. Connector Cord Sets. NEW Value Line Proximity. Sensors. Totalizing. Preset. Length Measuring. Mechanical. Multifunction. Hour Meters. Elapse Time. Preset. Multifunction. Sensor Power
  • Operating Principles for Inductive Proximity Sensors
    1). Inductive Sensor Operating Principles. Operating Principles. Inductive. Capacitive. Magnetic. Photoelectric. Connector Cord Sets. NEW Value Line Proximity. Sensors. Totalizing. Preset. Length Measuring. Mechanical. Multifunction. Hour Meters. Elapse Time. Preset. Multifunction. Sensor Power
  • Reed Switch Operational Characteristics (.pdf)
    polarized and an attractive force exists across the con-. tacts.). When a permanent magnet, as shown, is brought into. (Figure #3. The basic operation of a Reed Switch under the. the proximity of a Reed Switch the individual reeds be-. influence of the magnetic field of a permanent magnet