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Capacitive Sensors

These electronic sensors are actuated when any object (glass, grains, and even liquids) enter their sensitive area, changing its logical status.

They are sensors similar to inductive proximity sensors, but with a different operation principle, which is based on the change of the capacitance of the detecting board located in the area called sensitive face.

Electrostatic Sensors

They are sensors that detect static energy generated by synthetic or natural yarn movement. When the yarn breaks, the sensor makes an electronic switching, preventing the machine from casting the yarn.

They are sensors capable of detecting static energy from synthetic or natural yarn movement. It is used to detect the break of yarns in textile machines.

Inductive Sensors

Sensors that execute an electronic switch when a metallic object enters its electromagnetic field, changing its logical status.

The electronic proximity sensors are widely used wherever high levels of robustness and sealing are required due to extreme operating conditions, such as lubricant oils, soluble oils, cutting oil and vibrations.

Magnetic Sensors

These sensors are actuated by the presence of an external magnetic field from a permanent magnet. These sensors can be sensitive to both magnet poles or to only one of the poles.

They are sensors that make an electronic switch upon the presence of an external magnetic field, near and within the sensitive area. These sensors can be sensitive to both magnet poles or to only one of the poles.

Optic Sensors

They are sensors whose emitting and receiving elements are in the same optic unit. The beams emitted by the transmitter reflect on the surface of the detected object and return to the receiving element.