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Pressure Switches, Flow Switches, Temperature Switches, Level Switches etc.

Normally-open and Normally-closed Switch Contacts

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Perhaps the most confusing aspect of discrete sensors is the definition of a sensor’s normal status. Electrical switch contacts are typically classified as either normally-open or normally-closed, referring to the open

PLC Example with Switches

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For example, the LED in this circuit will turn on if the liquid level rises above 14 inches and the pressure falls below 22 PSI and either the flow is

What is a Inductive Proximity Switch ?

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Inductive Proximity Switch is a device which causes a switching action without physical contact. Inductive Proximity Switches respond to targets that come within the active range of their generated sensing

Belt Sway Switch Working Principle

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The belt sway switch allows smooth running of the conveyor and protects it from damages by over swaying which can occur due to uneven loading of material, worn out idler

Pull Cord Switch Working Principle

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Pull Cord Switch is an emergency switch to stop the belt conveyor instantly when an accident happens. Since the Pull Cord Switch is so designed that it should be installed

Safety Switches for Controlling Conveyor Operations

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In the process to produce cement, power, steel, aluminum etc. , raw material and other inputs have to be transferred from mines or receiving stations to the point of processing.

Electromagnetic and Conductive limit switches Principle

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Electromagnetic Limit Switch The electromagnetic wave measuring process allows for universal use even when the media changes. The electromagnetic wave penetrates the medium and, depending on the respective relative permittivity,

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