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This program explains the different types of discrete instrumentation sensing devices that are used to sense the position of parts and components and their operation. The sensing devices covered in this program include limit, proximity, and photoelectric switches, which are used in detection ...
Lessons in this course:
1. Limit Switches (LS)
2. Limit Switches Representation and Actuation
3. Limit Switches Travel Action
4. Limit Switches Installation and Adjustments
5. Limit Switches Troubleshooting
6. Proximity Switches (ProxS)
7. Proximity Switches Installation and Troubleshooting
8. Photoelectric Switches (PeS)
9. Photoelectric Switches Installation and Troubleshooting
7071 Instrumentation 1-Position Sensing Control Devices This program explains the different types of discrete instrumentation sensing devices that are used to sense the position of parts and components and their operation. The sensing devices covered in this program include limit, proximity, and photoelectric switches, which are used in detection ... more
Instrumentation 1-Position Sensing Control Devices
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