Learn Why Eddy-Current Sensors Are Now Replacing Inductive Sensors and Switches

Both eddy-current sensors as well as inductive switches and displacement sensors have been used for many years, each having their respective advantages when it comes to measuring position and displacement of objects in harsh environments.
However, recent advances in eddy-current sensor design, integration and packaging, as well as overall cost reduction, have made these sensors a much more attractive option. This is especially true where high linearity, high-speed measurements and high resolution are critical requirements.



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