Contrinex Inductive Sensors |
Contrinex Inductive Sensors
A&S Automation Co., Ltd., a constituent company of A&S Machinery Co., Ltd., supplies Contrinex inductive sensors. These inductive sensors have a worldwide and well-deserved reputation for uncompromising accuracy and exceptional reliability. With best-in-class sensing distances between 1.5 mm and 40 mm, the Contrinex BASIC range offers fit-and-forget operation, delivering world-class performance and a highly attractive total cost of ownership.
We also offer Allen Bradley inductive proximity sensors, IFM inductive proximity sensors, Baumer inductive sensors, Omron inductive sensors, Telemecanique inductive sensors, Turck inductive sensors, etc.
1. What is the difference between inductive and capacitive sensors?
The primary difference is sensing material. Inductive sensors only detect metallic objects while capacitive sensors will detect materials such as wood, paper, liquids, cardboard, etc.
2. What is the temperature range of the sensors?
Most sensors operate between -25°F and 70°F. However, check the specifications for exact ranges.
3. If I wire my sensor wrong, will it damage it?
Possibly. All sensors contain polarity reversal, short-circuit and transient noise protection. However, the transient protection is only effective under 30 VDC.
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