Inductive, capacitive proximity sensors

The c3controls line of inductive and capacitive proximity sensors for non-contact presence sensing of metallic and non-metallic objects feature nickel-plated, stainless steel, and non-metallic cylindrical, and rectangular housings rated Type 1, 2, 3, 3R, 4.4x, 6, 6P, 12, and 13, and IP67, making them suitable for severe industrial environments.

08/01/2006


Machine Control

The c3controls line of inductive and capacitive proximity sensors for non-contact presence sensing of metallic and non-metallic objects feature nickel-plated, stainless steel, and non-metallic cylindrical, and rectangular housings rated Type 1, 2, 3, 3R, 4.4x, 6, 6P, 12, and 13, and IP67, making them suitable for severe industrial environments. Cylindrical housings are available in 4 to 30-mm diameters with shielded and unshielded constructions. Sensors come with a 2-m cable or quick connect for fast installation or exchange. Switching frequency to 3,000 Hz maximizes production efficiency with targets moving at high speed. Devices include short circuit, reverse polarity, false pulse, and transient noise protection to prevent sensor damage. Products are UL and CSA certified and CE marked. www.c3controls.com c3controls





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