Inductive proximity sensors with microprocessor-based design

Carlo Gavazzi's ICB Series of inductive proximity sensors with up to three times sensing range and have a microprocessor-based design allows calibration after the assembly.
By Carlo Gavazzi August 28, 2015

ICB Series Inductive Proximity Sensors with up to three times sensing range. Courtesy: Carlo GavazziCarlo Gavazzi’s ICB Series of inductive proximity sensors provide up to three times the sensing distance by extending the range up 10 mm (M12), 20 mm (M18), and 40 mm (M30). Their microprocessor-based design allows calibration after the assembly, enabling temperature stability, reliability, and repeatability. The microprocessor design also simplifies OEM customization requests, such as output types, switching frequencies, and timing functions. The diagnostic LED can be viewed from any direction and provides status, set-up, short circuit, and overload indication. With up to 2,000 Hz operating frequency, the ICB Series is ideal for high speed counting and monitoring rotational speed. All ICB Series sensors are cULus listed and rated for operation from -25 to +70 C (-13 to +158 F).

Carlo Gavazzi 

www.gavazzionline.com

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