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Proximity Sensors | Autonics Long Distance

Supplier: Automation Systems & Controls

New from Autonics is the PRD series of long distance Proximity Sensors


Proximity sensors are the most common and affordable solution for no-touch object detection. The most commonly-used proximity sensor is the inductive type, which generates an electromagnetic field to sense metal objects passing close to its face. This is usually the easiest proximity sensing technology to apply in applications where the metal object to be detected is within an inch or two of the sensor face.

Autonics offers 12 products and 6 different types of proximity sensors, inductive and capacitive.  Autonics maintains No. 1 market share in Korea for more than 10 years, and still endeavors to advance product quality and sensing reliability up to the top level global marketplace. If you are looking for the most cost effective and reliable proximity sensors, Autonics is the answer.

The PRD series of long distance inductive proximity sensors! These proximity sensors have improved noise resistance by adopting a dedicated IC. The higher reliability is also enhanced with built in reverse polarity, surge protection and over current protection.

These features will mean that the customer will have a longer life cycle of the product. The Autonics PRD series have a wide range of applications for replacement of traditional micro and limit switches. The waterproof structure of IP67 and led indication give a good visual of operation status.

Features of Autonics Proximity Sensors

*Improve the noise resistance by adopting dedicated IC.
*Built-in protection circuit of reverse power polarity.
*Built-in surge protection circuit.
*Built-in overcurrent protection circuit.
*Long life cycle, high reliability with simple operation
*Available to check the status of operation by Red LED indicator
*Waterproof structure by IP 67
*Wide range of applications for replacement of micro switch,
 limit switch

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