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Top Tips: How to Properly Select an Inductive Proximity Sensor

April 28, 2022
Properly choosing an inductive proximity sensor can be challenging. Learn about the critical factors to consider when making your decision.

Inductive proximity sensors detect the position/presence of moving parts and monitor rotational speed. They are available in several configurations and can be customized to any specific OEM application. The sensors are used in various industries including plastics, packaging, food and beverage, agriculture, transportation, mining, and mobile equipment.

How do engineers properly select these sensors for their application? Check out these Top Tips to learn how to determine the sensing range of the sensors, integration requirements, and the operating environment.

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