Working with 3-wire prox switches

Working with 3-wire prox switches - MFET 374 Manufacturing...

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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 1/26/2010 Working with 3-Wire Prox Switches 1 MFET 374 Manufacturing Integration I Working with 3 Working with 3-Wire Wire Proximity Switches Spring ‘10 T.E. Kostek Topics • Introduction • NPN vs. PNP • PLC-5 Examples Common Voltage Measurement 2 • Common Voltage Measurements
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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 1/26/2010 Working with 3-Wire Prox Switches 2 Introduction Introduction • Proximity sensors generally include the following types of sensors: – Photoelectric sensors (photo-eyes) – Inductive proximity sensors • Sense the presence or absence of a metal part – Capacitive proximity sensors • Sense the presence or absence of metal or nonmetal parts 4 – Magnetic sensors (Hall Effect sensors) • Often mounted on pneumatic cylinders
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MFET 374, Manufacturing Integration I 1/26/2010 Working with 3-Wire Prox Switches 3 Introduction • Proximity Sensors: – Are non-contact (“No Touch Controls”) • The object being sensed does not have to come in contact with
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course MFET 374 taught by Professor T.e.kostek during the Spring '10 term at Purdue.

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