Sensors and Instruments for proximity sensing, including capacitive, photoelectric, inductive, Hall effect, ultrasonic, and other technologies.
Proximity or Presence Sensing Categories

Capacitive Proximity Sensors (229 suppliers)

Capacitive proximity sensors detect the presence or proximity of a target using capacitive technology.

Collision Avoidance Sensors (28 suppliers)

Collision avoidance sensors use various types of proximity sensors to detect the presence of an object or obstruction.

Eddy Current Proximity Sensors (31 suppliers)

Eddy current proximity sensors and switches detect the proximity or presence of a target by sensing the magnetic fields generated by a reference coil.

Fiber Optic Proximity Sensors (96 suppliers)

Fiber optic proximity sensors use fiber optic technology to detect the proximity of target objects.

Hall Effect Proximity Sensors (106 suppliers)

Hall effect proximity sensors are used to detect the proximity, presence or absence of a magnetic object using a critical distance.

Inductive Proximity Sensors (320 suppliers)

Inductive proximity sensors detect the presence or absence of an object using a critical distance.

Magnetic Proximity Sensors (247 suppliers)

Magnetic proximity sensors include devices that work on inductive, variable reluctance, magneto resistive or Hall effect principles. Proximity sensors detect the presence or absence of an object using a critical distance.

Photoelectric Sensors (434 suppliers)

Photoelectric sensors use emitters and receivers to detect the presence, absence, or distance of target objects.

Proximity Sensors (938 suppliers)

Proximity sensors, all types is a general search form for all proximity sensors and presence detection product areas.

Touch Screen Sensors (93 suppliers)

Touch screen sensors are composed of a transparent touch surface surrounded by a sensor array that provides positional information to a processor.

Ultrasonic Proximity Sensors (189 suppliers)

Ultrasonic proximity sensors use reflected or transmitted ultrasonic waves to detect the presence or absence of a target component.
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