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Parts by Number for Proximity Reed Sensor Top

Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
GLS1 Newark / element14 OMRON INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION Not Provided OMRON INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION - GLS1 - REED PROXIMITY SENSOR; 15MM; 100VDC
59140-4-S-02-A Newark / element14 HAMLIN Not Provided HAMLIN - 59140-4-S-02-A - REED PROXIMITY SENSOR; 15MM TO 20MM;
59165-1-T-00-C Newark / element14 HAMLIN Not Provided HAMLIN - 59165-1-T-00-C - REED PROXIMITY SENSOR; 6.5MM; 200VDC
59165-1-S-00-A Newark / element14 HAMLIN Not Provided HAMLIN - 59165-1-S-00-A - REED PROXIMITY SENSOR; 10MM TO 15MM;
50FR4-3-1 Newark / element14 PEPPERL+FUCHS Not Provided PEPPERL+FUCHS - 50FR4-3-1 - MAGNETIC REED PROXIMITY SENSOR
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  • Reed Sensors - Technical Information
    The reed switch is the major component in any reed sensor, so understanding the characteristics and capabilities of the reed switch is very important in understanding reed sensors. Hamlin Sensors - Technical information about Reed Sensors manufactured by Hamlin. Home | Login | Check Stock. Stock
  • Reed Switch Operational Characteristics (.pdf)
    The Reed Switch was first invented by Bell Labs in the late 1930s. However, it was not until the 1940s when it began to find application widely as a sensor and a Reed Relay. Here it was used in an assortment of stepping/ switching applications, early electronic equipment and test equipment
  • Hotel Security Card Readers Use Reed Sensors (.pdf)
    as well. Designers have chosen reed sensors to improve the quality, reliability and reduce power usage. Microsoft Word - 0410_Hotel card readers use reed sensors.doc Ho. H t. o e. t l. e Se. S c. e u. c r. u i. r ty. t. y Ca. C r. a d. r. d R. e. R a. e d. a e. d r. e s. r. s U. s. U e. s. e
  • Switching Solutions Requiring Little or No Power to Operate Using Reed Sensor/Relay Technology (.pdf)
    Power consumption in today's electronic market is a concern with the dramatic increase in the use of portable electronic gadgetry. Power hungry components are rapidly being designed out in favor of power efficient products. Normally closed (Form B) Reed Sensors and Reed Relays draw zero power
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    Hermetic's PRX+2450 series delivers all the advantages of reed switch sensing technology as well as an extremely small footprint, providing a high performance, surface mount mini-component alternative to proximity sensors based on different performance-limited technologies. The new PRX+2450 series
  • Storage Tanks - Liquid Measurement and Leak Detection Using Reed Switch Technology
    (stop dispensing) are all typical liquid level switch configurations. Continuous level sensors with a self-contained, compact alarm display. User can program set points. Continuous level indication, at a higher cost, can also be provided with reed switch devices. If this type of level indication
  • 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
  • Application: Door Sensor-Fire, Safety Exit (.pdf)
    Normally reed sensors require a reed sensor and a magnet to carry out the sensing function. However, almost all emergency doors must be made of steel or a steel alloy. This steel interferes with the magnetic field shunting it from the reed sensor, thereby eliminating its usage in these applications

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