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Unformatted text preview: sion of structure to be detected and possibly classification to standard shapes, e.g. block, cylinder, sphere, cone inter alia. 9.2 Conditions for the detection of objects 138 • Contacting or non-contacting • Required distance between proximity sensor and object, possibly taking into account any tolerances which may occur in respect of distance, e.g. in the case of moving objects. • Speed of a moving object or time during which the object is present or down time. • Constant or changing sensing requirements, e.g. different position of object. • Distance to adjacent objects, required resolution of interrogation. • Type of background or area below © Festo Didactic GmbH & Co. KG • FP 1110 9. Selection criteria for proximity sensors 9.3 Installation conditions • Free space available (distance/volume) around sensing area. The need to use miniature designs or remotely positioned proximity sensors when using fibre optic attachments or pneumatic sensor heads. The necessity for detec...
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