Optical Sensors - Photoelectric, Industrial

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Questions with Optical Sensors - Photoelectric, Industrial

  • Ask: How does photoelectric sensor work?

    Answer: A Photoelectric Sensor consists primarily of an Emitter for emitting light and a Receiver for receiving light. When emitted light is interrupted or reflected by the sensing object, it changes the amount of light that arrives at the Receiver. The Receiver detects this change and converts it to an electrical output.


  • Ask: What is photoelectric proximity sensor?

    Answer: One of the most common types of proximity sensor is the photoelectric sensor. These sensors detect objects directly in front of them by the detecting the sensor's own transmitted light reflected back from an object's surface. ... When an object breaks this beam of light, it's detected as a presence.

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  • Ask: What is the gain in photo eye sensor?

    Answer: Excess gain represents the amount of light emitted by the transmitter in excess of the amount required to operate the receiver. In clean environments an excess gain equal to or greater than 1 is usually sufficient to operate the sensor's receiver.

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  • Ask: What is diffuse type sensor?

    Answer: Diffuse Sensors. ... Laser diffuse (reflective) sensors are featured by a high accuracy and are made for the exact detection of smallest parts. Transmitter and receiver are positioned in the same housing whereas the receiver is detecting the light being emitted by the transmitter and reflected by the object.

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