Optical Sensors - Reflective - Analog Output

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  • Ask: What is retro reflective sensor?

    Answer: Retroreflective sensors are photoelectric sensors. They consist of an emitter and receiver in a single housing. The light produced by the emitter is reflected back to the receiver with a reflector. Whenever this light beam is obstructed, the output signal of the sensor changes state.

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  • Ask: How do optical sensors work?

    Answer: Function. An optical sensor converts light rays into electronic signals. It measures the physical quantity of light and then translates it into a form that is readable by an instrument. An optical sensor is generally part of a larger system that integrates a source of light, a measuring device and the optical sensor.

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  • Ask: What is a through beam sensor?

    Answer: A through-beam arrangement consists of a receiver located within the line-of-sight of the transmitter. In this mode, an object is detected when the light beam is blocked from getting to the receiver from the transmitter. ... An object is sensed when the beam is interrupted and fails to reach the receiver.

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