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Inductive sensors

Inductive sensors are used on large scale for measuring the position and speed, especially in harsh environments. They work based on the principles of transformation and use a physical phenomenon based on alternative electric currents. Inductive proximity sensors are the ideal choice for the majority of applications that require accurate detection without contact with metal objects in equipments or automation.

       

       

Description:


Inductive sensors are used on large scale for measuring the position and speed, especially in harsh environments. They work based on the principles of transformation and use a physical phenomenon based on alternative electric currents. Inductive proximity sensors are the ideal choice for the majority of applications that require accurate detection without contact with metal objects in equipments or automation. Associated circuits which process the signal should not be located near the coil, this thing enabling coils to be placed in harsh environments. Inductive sensors operate successfully in difficult conditions, therefore they are often the perfect choice for safety-related applications.


Specifications:

  • Operation speed: up to 100 Hz
  • Resistance to pressure: up to 500 bar
  • Protection class: up to IP68 / IP69
  • Temperature range: from -40 to +250 degrees Celsius

Applications:

  • Both in traditional markets and in industries such as: automotive, medical, oil and gas etc

Strengths:

  • They provide accurate measuring in harsh environments
  • Low cost
  • Lightweight and compact
  • Extremely robust, precise and reliable
  • They work without problems outdoor, in areas with gases or dust
  • Stainless steel models

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