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Integrating sensors in washdown applications can be confusing when considering the various approvals. So what do they all mean? If a sensor is an IP69K rated sensor does that mean it will survive everything? In the world of sensors there … Continue reading →
As has been discussed previously, industrial sensors must be able to withstand some pretty punishing conditions. Although industrial sensors incorporate some of the same high-end technology found in, say, the blu-ray disc player in your home theater system, it’s not … Continue reading →