Contactless sensors inductive

Contactless sensors inductive - Emergence in the world of automation sensors has led to a very big step in the development of the design of the actuators, industrial equipment, vehicles, or equipment home use. One of the most common and popular sensors are contactless inductive sensors. Found in many options of sizes, designs, settings and designed for different operating conditions. Inductive sensor is more and more popular in many electronic projects. Check out our offer and choose Botland sensors for their projects!

Contactless sensors inductive

What is inductive transducer?

Proximity sensor inductive is the hub of industrial automation, which changes the state of its output when it detects in its field of metal or object resonance imaging. Most common inductive sensor is a sensor end/ cylindrical head housing in the form of a cylinder terminating on one side of his forehead, in which was placed the coil on the other end with a connector wire or cable. Coil is an element of the detection sensor, which nutrition induces an electromagnetic field around it. Introduction there is metal or magnetic material causes disorders in the field that defines the electronic circuit in the sensor, changing the state of its output. For performance person, there are sensors with an open head or a closed façade. As a rule, the first distinguished by a large field of activities that is the main parameter characterizing the inductive proximity sensors. The range also depends on the type of material which is the initiator of the sensor and describes the ratio of the material. You should also make a choice of exits, which are equipped with sensor - in the case of binary sensors, the output can be in the form of a potential-free contact przełączanego when the sensor is initialized, the polarity PNP (supply voltage at the time of initialization) or NPN (voltage close to 0 V at the time of initialization of the sensor). The contactless inductive sensors with binary output can have an output of NO type (Normally Opened – normally open) or NC (Normally Closed – normally closed). On the market are also available contactless inductive sensors with analog output. Typically, the sensor is equipped with indicator lights, thanks to which visually check whether it was initialized.

Inductive proximity sensor - Which sensor to choose?

Botland have prepared for You a range of the most widely used sensors inductive proximity. These include sensors with binary output NC, NO, and NO/NC in polarity PNP or NPN in the cylindrical casing, threaded and nuts by which the sensor installation is very simple – requires a hole of appropriate diameter in the design. The supply voltage range 6 V to 36 V with a typical automation systems voltage control system is 24 V. If you build a module in which the inductive proximity sensors are responsible for basing (link) control element or an exact stop, apply the sensor with the flat forehead of the little field of action (for example, a sensor with a diameter of 6 mm and a radius of 1 mm). If the sensor will perform the role of protection, should think about the sensor output NC – in the case of damaged sensor or cable, you will receive a high level signal, as in the case of the initialization of the sensor, and provide protection to your device against damages even in the case of loss of connection with the sensor. For applications that require a large range of the sensors select sensors inductive proximity with an open forehead, large cross-section (e.g. with a diameter of 30 mm and a radius of 15 mm – for example, the same sensor with a covered forehead has a radius of 10 mm). A typical inductive sensor diameter 6 mm, 8 mm, 10 mm, 12 mm, 18 mm, 30 mm. In Botland, you will also find sensors inductive proximity object detection, magnetic and sensors in a module for printed circuit BOARDS with I2C interface working with Arduino, Raspberry Pi, BeagleBone Forward, LinkIt ONE other mikrokomputerami.