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Welcome to the first in a series of getting back to the basic blogs about photoelectric sensors. All photoelectric sensors require a light source to operate. The light source is integral to the sensor and is referred to as the … Continue reading
In applications that require precise measurement and detection of one or more objects, what type of sensor should one use? If objects that are very small and far apart need to be detected, what type of sensor provides high resolution over … Continue reading