Inductive sensor fits in tight spots

Miniature, 3-mm-diameter inductive sensor is the latest in a line of picoprox sensors.


Miniature, 3-mm-diameter inductive sensor is the latest in a line of picoprox sensors. Bi 1-EH03 offers 1 mm sensing range on mild steel without the need for an in-line amplifier. LED near the cable entry lets a user easily confirm that the appropriate operation is in progress. Device is designed for applications that require small sensors in tight areas, such as those found in the metal stamping industry. M8 picofast and M12 eurofast connectors can be molded to the cable in varying lengths for easy installation. The 3-wire, 10-30 V dc sensors feature integral circuitry to protect against wire-break and reverse polarity and come with either a PNP (sourcing) or NPN (sinking) TTL compatible output.

Turck Inc.

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