Tips & Tricks

4 Tips for Using Capacitive Sensors

4 Tips for Using Capacitive Sensors

Capacitive proximity sensors are non-contact solutions used to detect liquids, bulk materials and other non-metallic objects behind surfaces, including walls, storage containers, or covers. Capacitive sensors are most commonly used for level and feed monitoring applications in food and beverage, automotive and warehouse environments. Their resistance to

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Configuring a CLV600 Barcode Reader for Local Code Teach-in

Configuring a CLV600 Barcode Reader for Local Code Teach-in

  Do you need to configure a CLV600 series barcode reader? Fortunately, SICK’s family of barcode readers have the capability to compare barcodes taught into their memory with barcodes being scanned. This procedure can assist any user who needs to implement the CLV600 series barcode reader into an application

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Absolute or Incremental Encoders…The Differences Explained

Absolute or Incremental Encoders…The Differences Explained

If you know that your application requires an encoder, but you’re not quite sure which kind is right for your application, then this is for YOU! Two of the most common encoder types — absolute and incremental — output different information. Take a look at the quick one-minute

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