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Sensors, both contact and non-contact, are crucial devices that allow the monitoring, detection, and reaction to conditions in an environment or within a process or piece of equipment. While myriad types of sensors exist and are designed to monitor varying conditions, all of them can be characterized as being one of two types — contact sensors and non-contact sensors. This paper will explore what differentiates contact and non-contact sensors.
- Contact vs. Non-Contact Sensors – What’s the Difference?
- Non-Contact Sensing Technology Overview
- Application Overview
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