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Marcel Ulrich

How to Save Your Inductive Prox Sensor from a Hostile World   February 1, 2005
By: Joan Kassan,Marcel Ulrich

Inductive proximity sensors are inexpensive, durable, and resistant to industrial contaminants. But if your sensor will be exposed to target impacts, abrasion, corrosive cutting compounds, and other abuse, you need to pay very close attention to which sensor you choose and how you mount it.




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