Inductive Proximity Switch Using TCA505

Inductive Proximity Switch Using TCA505

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This circuit is used to design an inductive proximity switch. The resonant circuit of the LC oscillator is implemented with an open half-pot ferrite and capacitance in parallel (pin LC) and if a metallic target is moved close to the open side of half pot ferrite, energy is drawn from resonant circuit and the amplitude of the oscillation is reduced accordingly. This change in amplitude is transmitted to a threshold switch by means of demodulator and triggers the outputs.

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