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Unformatted text preview: ent of speed and direction of rotation excerpt from: "Sensor technology", Hans Turck GmbH & Co KG, Mülheim an der Ruhr, catalogue, 1st edition, 1989 Fig. 5.4.5 Checking the presence of bulbs inside cardboard boxes excerpt from: "Sensor technology", Hans Turck GmbH & Co KG, Mülheim an der Ruhr, catalogue, 1st edition, 1989 Fig 11.3.3 The piezoelectric effect excerpt from: "Piezoxide (PXE) Characteristics and applications", Philips Components, Hamburg, by Hüthig Verlag, Heidelberg, 1st edition, 1988 Fig. 11.4.11 Illustrations of fibre-optic cables excerpt from: "Fibre-optic components by Schott", Schott Glaswerke, Wiesbaden, catalogue, 1990 Fig. 15.1.5 Design example: Self monitoring inductive sensor system excerpt from: "Product range catalogue", ifm electronic GmbH, Essen, catalogue, 1990 Fig. 15.1.6 Block diagram of a function monitoring system excerpt from: "Product range catalogue", ifm electronic GmbH, Essen, catalogue, 1990 Fig. 15.1.7 Connection of a function monitoring system, example of 2 sensors excerpt from: "Product range catalogue", ifm electronic GmbH, Essen, catalogue, 1990 Fig. 15.1.11 Proximity sensor to check for broken drills excerpt from: "Program overview", Euchner & Co., Leinfelden, catalogue, 1989 Fig. 15.14 No object present in the lightbeam excerpt from: "Light barriers", Erwin Sick GmbH, Freiburg, catalogue, 1989 © Festo Didactic GmbH &...
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This note was uploaded on 11/01/2012 for the course CHEMICAL 102 taught by Professor Jamesrodriguez during the Spring '12 term at Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena.

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