Adjustment Method of Photoelectric Sensor
The sensitivity of photoelectric sensor can be adjusted by the sensitivity potentiometer of the receiving equipment. The sensitivity potentiometer can be divided into two types: the light quantity adjustment type and the operation level adjustment type. Generally, the center of point A and point B is the best sensitive position, but if the illumination of either side is not stable, the detection state can be stabilized by slightly reducing or improving the sensitivity.
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What is the role of photoelectric sensors?
Photoelectric sensor is a kind of small electronic equipment. It is the key element to realize photoelectric conversion in various photoelectric detection systems. It mainly uses various properties of light to detect the presence or absence of objects and changes in surface state. Photoelectric sensors are widely used in industrial automation devices and robots because of their non-contact, fast response and reliable performance.
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Photoelectric sensor is a sensor which uses photoelectric devices as conversion elements. It can be used to detect non-electrical physical quantities which directly cause the change of light quantity, such as light intensity, illumination, radiation temperature measurement, gas component analysis, etc. It can also be used to detect other non-electric quantities which can be converted into light quantity change, such as the diameter of parts, surface roughness, strain, displacement, vibration, speed, acceleration, and the shape of objects. Identify the working state, etc. Photoelectric sensors are widely used in industrial automation devices and robots because of their non-contact, fast response and reliable performance. The emergence of new optoelectronic devices, especially the birth of CCD image sensor, has opened a new page for the further application of optoelectronic sensors.
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