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Publication Date: 05/1/2008
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Omega Engineering: Inductive Proximity Sensors
Stamford, CT — Omega Engineering's E57 inductive proximity sensors are designed for a variety of applications that have limited space for mounting sensors. These very small sensors are available in 5 and 8mm diameters with a stainless steel or Ni-brass housing. E57 sensors are 3-wire devices that include short circuit and reverse polarity protection and LED status indicator to show output status.
The sensors operate from 10 to 30VDC, and are suitable for such applications as automated product testing, robotics, machine tooling, and counting and sorting. The E57 is especially suited for pick-and-place operations, conveyance systems, automotive, and general factory automation. The product is CE complaint.
Contact: Omega Engineering, Inc., One Omega Drive, Stamford, CT 06907
203-359-1660 fax: 203-359-7700 Web:
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