Inductive Sensors for Detecting Carbon FiberAugust 10, 2021
Turck will display reportedly the world's first inductive sensor designed specifically to detect carbon fibers and pressed carbon parts. With high reliability thanks to its Uprox base technology and wide temperature range of 0-100 C, the IP68-rated sensors prove ideal for use in the automotive and other industries. The sensors are available in three designs: an M18 threaded-barrel model with stainless-steel housing, and CK40 and QR20 rectangular sensors in plastic housings.
The sensors, say company officials, are less susceptible to contamination than optical or capacitive sensors while also being significantly more economical than ultrasonic sensors.
See also: Turck, Inc.
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