L load l fig 1022 pnp normally open contact 146

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Unformatted text preview: rs with an NPN transistor output are also possible. The designations PNP and NPN output are nevertheless widely used. © Festo Didactic GmbH & Co. KG • FP 1110 145 10. Connection and circuit technology 10.2.1 PNP-output In the case of direct current proximity sensors with PNP output, the output is connected to positive potential in the switched state. This means that if a load is connected (display, relay, ...), one connection must be connected to the proximity sensor output and the other connection to 0 V. PNP proximity sensors are positive switching. BN(1) +24 V DC BK(4) L BU(3) 0V Load (L) Fig. 10.2.1: PNP output (The purpose of the diodes is to provide a protective circuit) PNP-proximity sensors can be differentiated as being "normally closed" or "normally open". L Load (L) Fig. 10.2.2: PNP normally open contact 146 © Festo Didactic GmbH & Co. KG • FP 1110 10. Connection and circuit technology L Load (L) Fig. 10.2.3: PNP normally closed contact 10.2.2 NPN-output In the case of proximity sensors with NPN-o...
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