Analog Proximity Sensors from Eaton

Analog Proximity Sensors from Eaton
Eaton Corp. (Electrical)

Eaton Corp., Pittsburgh, PA, offers AccuProx inductive proximity sensors that can sense objects up to 25 mm away and produce an analog output proportional to the position of a metal target within its sensing range. Sensors can detect ferrous and nonferrous metals and are available with both current and voltage outputs in the same sensor. Shielded and unshielded models are offered in 12, 18, and 30 mm tubular barrels. Applications include error-proofing, saw-blade deflection, material blemish detection, absolute angle detection, and part positioning.

Contact Info

Company: Eaton Corp. (Electrical)
Phone number: 800-525-2000

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