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Ferrous Steel alignment Sensors
Hall Effect Based Target Tracker sensors and Digital or Analog Proximity Sensors are capable of detecting protruding steel features such as bolt head and pins.
- 18ADSO and 37ADSO Target Tracker Gear Tooth Sensors switch a digital output on when steel is present, and then switch off when the target goes out of range.
- Analog or digital Ferrous Metal Sensors can detect the presence or absence of smaller targets, or larger ferrous targets at greater gaps.
- Digital Ferrous Metal Sensors outputs switch on when steel is present.
- Analog ferrous metal sensors output a voltage signal that increases as metal approaches and decreases as it moves away.
- For precise alignment of a passing ferrous target, a wedge shape will provide the greatest output at the peak of the wedge when it is closest to the center of the sensor face.
To Learn more about our Ferrous Metal Proximity Sensors, check our Application Notes.