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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
XSAV12801TF PLC Radwell Groupe Schneider Not Provided PROXIMITY DETECTOR
XSAV12801TF PLC Radwell Schneider Automation Inc Not Provided PROXIMITY DETECTOR
XSAV12801TF PLC Radwell Telemecanique Not Provided PROXIMITY DETECTOR
MTL3011 PLC Radwell Measurement Technology Ltd Safety Systems, Safety Relay PROXIMITY DETECTOR RELAY
MTL3011 PLC Radwell Mtl Incorporated Safety Systems, Safety Relay PROXIMITY DETECTOR RELAY
TMD26721 Digi-Key AMS-TAOS USA Inc Sensors, Transducers IC PROXIMITY DETECTOR DGTL
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  • 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.
  • Proximity Sensors
    Proximity sensors detect objects without physical contact. Most proximity sensors emit an electromagnetic field or beam and look for changes in the field. The object being sensed is called a target. Different targets demand different sensors. For example, a capacitive or photoelectric sensor might
  • Factor 1 Sensors: Proximity Sensors that Detect All Metals at the Same Range Without Adjustment (.pdf)
    Standard proximity sensors have long been used on plant floors for metal detection. Whether to detect aluminum cans on a line or a steel gate on a tank, these sensors were one of the first implemented in the field and remain popular today. Factor 1 Sensors: Factor 1 Sensors: Proximity
  • 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
  • Capacitive sensors
    rice, barley malt, corn, and soybeans in possibly explosive areas, such as grain elevators. Two metallic electrodes or plates create the sensing element in a capacitive proximity detector. The electrodes form a capacitor in the feedback loop of a high-frequency oscillator. The amount of capacitance
  • Ten Easy Things to Do with Magnetic Sensors
    is present is one of the simplest and most widespread sensor applications. Sensors that perform this function are called proximity detectors. Magnet Proximity. Figure 1 shows two types of magnet proximity detector. In the head-on detection mode, the sensor actuates when the magnet is brought up
  • Mounting Flexibility with a Factor 1 Sensor (.pdf)
    Traditional inductive proximity sensors are designed for wear-free and non-contact detection of metal objects. The sensor consists of a coil and ferrite core arrangement, an oscillator and detector circuit, and a solid-state output. They operate with a highfrequency electromagnetic field
  • Gas Detection at Remote Landfill
    A landfill in the Midwest was closed and sealed in the 70's but due to the potential levels of Methane gassing off the landfill, plus the homes built in proximity of the landfill, there was a need to improve the gas monitoring at the site. A membrane separates the perimeter of the landfill from