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Detecting Alignment using a Ferrous Steel Feature
In applications where a ferrous protrusion such as a bolt head or a hole in a steel feature can be referenced for determining alignment a Hall Effect Based Target Tracker or Ferrous Proximity sensor can be utilized to determine proper alignment.
18ADSO and 37ADSO Target Tracker Gear Tooth Sensors can detect when a target passes by in a linear or rotational orientation at close gaps.
For determining alignment in applications where a greater gap is required, analog or digital Ferrous Metal Sensors can detect the presence or absence of steel. Digital Ferrous Metal Sensors will function as a proximity switch indicating when steel is present. Analog ferrous metal sensors will provide a signal that increases as metal approaches.
For more information about our Hall effect sensors and how they work, see our Application Notes.