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What Are The Different DC Outputs For Turck Sensors?

What Are The Different DC Outputs For Turck Sensors?Two-, three-, and four-wire proximity sensors contain a transistor oscillator and a snap-action amplifier. This provides exceedingly high accuracy to a set switching point, even with very slowly approaching targets. Switching characteristics are unaffected by supply voltage fluctuations within the specified limits. Read more for details on Turck Sensor DC outputs.
 
 
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What Are The Different Types Of Pressure?

What Are The Different Types Of Pressure?Read more for details on specific types and measurements of pressure.

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What Does Multiprotocol Mean?

What Does Multiprotocol Mean?The Multiprotocol Ethernet concept is a technology pioneered by Turck to simplify Industrial Ethernet. Through an innovative approach to the operation of the station at the microprocessor level, Turck can deploy multiple Industrial Ethernet protocols in the same device. Read more for details on Multiprotocol Ethernet technology.

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What Does Weld Field Immunity Mean?

What Does Weld Field Immunity Mean?Turck has pioneered the design and development of inductive proximity sensors that not only survive such environments, but also remain fully operative. Read more for details.

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What Is A Turck "Factor 1" Sensor?

What Is A Turck Factor 1 sensors (also known as Turck Uprox sensors) are sensors that have no reduction factor for different metallic compositions. This allows them to sense all metal targets at the same distance. Read this reference for more characteristics of Turck's Uprox family of sensors.

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What Is A NAMUR Output For Turck Sensors?

What Is A NAMUR Output For Turck Sensors?Read more to view Turck's technical reference regarding NAMUR sensor outputs.

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What Is A Twisted Pair?

What Is A Twisted Pair?Twisted pair technology is made up of a series of two conductor pairs from the same circuit twisted together with the purpose of canceling electromagnetic interference (EMI).

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What Is Absolute Pressure?

What Is Absolute Pressure?Absolute pressure uses a reference to a perfect vacuum. This type of pressure reference is the gauge pressure of the media, in addition to the pressure of the atmosphere.

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What Is A Bonded Pair?

What Is A Bonded Pair?Bonded pair cable is designed to not separate at the twist, thus preventing the separation of pairs. During installation, bonded pair cable reliably holds the twist of the pairs together to ensure they do not separate or fray at the ends. This allows for sufficient termination at the ends.

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What Is Differential Pressure?

What Is Differential Pressure?Differential pressure can be a little more complex than gauge or absolute, but is simply measuring the difference between two medias.

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What Is Guage Pressure?

What Is Guage Pressure?Gauge pressure uses a reference to the atmosphere around the sensor. Because the sensing element has a deflection due to a pressure change, a reference point is needed to know exactly what pressure is being measured.
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What Is Sealed Pressure?

What Is Sealed Pressure?Sealed pressure uses a pre-determined reference point, not necessarily vacuum. This allows for pressure measurement in locations that will vary with atmospheric changes.
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What Is The Difference Between Embeddable And Non-Embeddable Sensors?

What Is The Difference Between Embeddable And Non-Embeddable Sensors?Embeddable sensor construction includes a metal band that surrounds the ferrite core and coil arrangement. This helps to "bundle" or direct the electro-magnetic field to the front of the sensor. Non-Embeddable sensors do not have this metal band; therefore, they have a longer operating distance but are side sensitive. Read more to view a diagram showing the difference.
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What Types Of Materials Does Turck Use In Construction?

What Types Of Materials Does Turck Use In Construction?Read more for a full list of the materials that Turck uses, including the characteristics and reasoning for specific materials.
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Which Turck Cable Tray Best Fits My Application?

Which Turck Cable Tray Best Fits My Application?Read more to reference the Industrial Ethernet Cable Tray Guide for more information.
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Does TURCK Have A Glossary Of Connectivity Terms I Can Use?

Does Turck Have A Glossary Of Connectivity Terms I Can Use?Yes, TURCK does have a glossary of connectivity terms, you can view it here.

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Does Turck Have A Glossary Of Sensor Terms I Can Reference?

Does Turck Have A Glossary Of Sensor Terms I Can Reference?Yes, Turck does provide a glossary of sensor terms, you can read it here.

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How Big Of A Hole Do I Drill For A Turck Metric Thread?

How Big Of A Hole Do I Drill For A Turck Metric Thread?You can view the Turck table for converting hole size to thread size here.

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How Do I Set Up My IP Address On A Turck Multiprotocol Device?

How Do I Set Up My IP Address On A Turck Multiprotocol Device?Turck supports several methods to set or change the IP address across all products, read more about the different methods here.

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How Do I Wire My Turck NAMUR Sensor?

How Do I Wire My Turck NAMUR Sensor?Read more to see how your Turck NAMUR sensors would typically be installed into your intrinsically safe application.

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How Do You Convert AWG To Metric For Turck Products?

How Do You Convert AWG To Metric For Turck Products?Turck provides a handy conversion chart that includes a table converting AWG to metric, PG to metric, and a cable length tolerance chart. Read more to view it.

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How Does Turck Define A Hazardous Location?

How Does Turck Define A Hazardous Location?Read this list to see Turck's full explanation of how Classes, Divisions, and Groups are defined in hazardous locations.

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How Do You Wire Turck AC Sensors In Parallel?

How Do You Wire Turck AC Sensors In Parallel?View this reference guide for more information on parallel connections for Turck AC proximity sensors.

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How Do You Wire Turck AC Sensors In Series?

How Do You Wire Turck AC Sensors In Series?The maximum number of sensors to be operated in series depends on the stability of the line voltage and the operating characteristics of the load in question. View this reference guide for more information on wiring Turck AC sensors in series.

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How Does A Turck DC Sensor Work In Series And Parallel?

How Does A Turck DC Sensor Work In Series And Parallel?View this reference guide to see the wiring diagrams for Turck DC sensors.

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How Does A Turck AC Sensor Work?

How Does A Turck AC Sensor Work?These sensors are used as pilot devices for AC-operated loads such as relays, contractors, solenoids, etc. AC sensors are typically available in a voltage range of 20-250 VAC. For more details, view the reference guide here.

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How Does A Turck Inductive Sensor Work?

How Does A Turck Inductive Sensor Work?An inductive proximity sensor consists of a coil and ferrite core arrangement, an oscillator and detector circuit, and a solid-state output. Read more for details on inductive sensors and ferrite cores.

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How Far Do I Have To Mount My Turck Stainless Steel Sensors Away From Each Other?

How Far Do I Have To Mount My Turck Stainless Steel Sensors Away From Each Other?Please reference this handy chart to see mounting distances for Turck products with extended range.

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How Tight Can I Torque My Locknut On Turck Products?

How Tight Can I Torque My Locknut On Turck Products?Read more here for Turck's maximum locknut torque specifications.

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What Affects My Turck Sensor's Operating Distance?

What Affects My Turck Sensor's Operating Distance?Standard inductive sensors detect metals at different distances. To better understand correction factors and how they affect the sensing distance of your sensor, please view this guide.

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