Capacitive Proximity Switches
A capacitive proximity switch is a sensor that senses an objects mass. This is done through a technique which uses the capacitance of a target (can be clear glass or liquids) to switch an output.
- IDEC Power Supplies
IDEC switching power supplies offer worldwide approvals, universal voltage inputs, fused inputs, auto-resetting overload protection and two different styles.
IDEC Power Supply Literature (58K, PDF)
- SIE Smart Liquid Level Sensors
What makes this series so great is it is tuned in to only see water based objects. This is great to put on the outside of a tank that is used to hold water based liquids. It will see through glass or plastic up to 10mm thick.
SIE Liquid Level (225K, PDF)
- SIE Small Capacitive Sensor Series
The world's smallest and most unique shaped capacitive sensors to get sensors into the tightest places. A couple of examples of sizes would be a smooth barreled 2mm and a 10mm flat disk that is only 2.5mm high. These sensors also have the ability to adjust sensing range via an amplifier.
SIE Small Capacitive Sensor Literature (103K, PDF)
- SIE Capacitive Tape Sensors
The tape sensor allows for easy installation on or around objects with an adhesive strip. The sensor will see through glass or plastic walls up to 4mm thick and at only 4mm high it will fit into some very tight places.
SIE Capacitive Tape Sensor Literature (225K, PDF)
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