Prox sensor has 5-mm range
Line of mini-inductive proximity sensors now includes 4- and 5-mm unshielded versions.
Line of mini-inductive proximity sensors now includes 4- and 5-mm unshielded versions. Devices are said to allow the use of significantly smaller sensors that save space without sacrificing sensing range. Applications include small-part detection where miniaturization is needed for tight, difficult-to-install situations such as robotic tooling and automated assembly systems for the semiconductor, medical, and electronic industries.
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