HW 5 - Paper on Inductive Prox

HW 5 - Paper on Inductive Prox - MFET 474, Homework page 1...

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Unformatted text preview: MFET 474, Homework page 1 of 2 MFET 474 Manufacturing Integration II Homework #5 Fall 2009 Name (Last, First) _______________________________________________________________ All of the following questions are based on the paper Choosing and Using an Inductive Proximity Sensor by Greg Wiese. 1) Which of the following inductive proximity sensors should have a longer sensing distance? (a) A cylindrical inductive proximity sensor with a 30 mm diameter (b) A cylindrical inductive proximity sensor with an 10 mm diameter (c) A cylindrical inductive proximity sensor with an 18 mm diameter 2) Which of the following inductive proximity sensors can be flush mounted in a metal fixture? (a) Unshielded inductive proximity sensors (b) Shielded inductive proximity sensors 3) Which of the following inductive proximity sensors generally have a longer sensing distance? (a) Unshielded inductive proximity sensors (b) Shielded inductive proximity sensors 4) Yes or No Is it possible to purchase a non-deviceNet inductive proximity sensor that can be directly...
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This note was uploaded on 02/29/2012 for the course MFET 474 taught by Professor Kostek,t during the Fall '08 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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