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Linearized sensor withstands shock and vibration

Aug. 4, 2008
Designed to detect metallic objects up to 16 mm away, linearized output AlphaProx sensors can be used to identify changes in position, distance, thickness, weight, or pressure.

Designed to detect metallic objects up to 16 mm away, linearized output AlphaProx sensors can be used to identify changes in position, distance, thickness, weight, or pressure. These inductive analog proximity sensors feature a teach-in function that lets users adjust the measuring 1150range and select the direction of the output slope. Rugged IP67-rated chromium steel housings withstand harsh conditions and exposure to water, oil, dirt, non-metallic particles, dust, and fibers. Sensors withstand high shock and vibration and can be used in operating temperatures from -10º to 70º C.

Baumer Ltd.
www.baumerelectric.com/usa
(800) 937-9336

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