A common application seen throughout the industrial and commercial sectors is proximity sensing—detecting when some object is physically close to a sensor. A variety of processes can be implemented with proximity sensors, which come in a range of flavors, each with varying degrees of detection range, sensitivity and reliability. However, a new inductive sensor has arrived that could change the face of proximity sensing...
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