Inductive Proximity Sensor
An inductive proximity sensor is a type of non-contact electronic sensor that detects the presence or absence of metallic objects within a certain distance. It works by generating an electromagnetic field that interacts with the metallic object, producing a change in the sensor's output signal. Inductive proximity sensors are commonly used in industrial applications, such as in manufacturing, automation, and robotics, due to their high accuracy, reliability, and durability. They are also used in consumer electronics, such as smartphones and tablets, for proximity sensing and touchless controls.
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