This technology is enabled by analog and digital sensors for position, linear and rotary speed, acceleration, force, temperature, pressure, and torque, as well as LVDTs, radar, Hall sensors, and sensor communication protocols.
As the demand for increased control and functionality has increased over the years, sensor-instrumented cylinders are becoming more important in the heavy industry, subsea, and mobile equipment worlds.
Improved maintenance, remote diagnostics and easier parameter cloning are just a few of the advantages of sensors with IO-Link. Download this white paper to learn more about IO-Link and 5 common application challenges where IO-Link can help.
Are you using the right level sensing technology for your application? Download this white paper to learn more about common types of level sensors and how your application’s container, media and environment can affect sensor performance.