Is Proximity Sensor Analog Or Digital?



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The output stage of a proximity sensor can be either analog or digital. Analog versions can be voltage (typically 0-10 Vdc) or current (4-20 mA). They typically provide a linear signal to allow distance measurements of up to nearly 2 in. Digital outputs are designed to be used in dc-only circuits or in ac/dc circuits.
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