Overview Of Magnetic Induction Sensors
- Dec 25, 2017 -
The main components of the magnetic induction sensor are material from the reed tube. The reed tube is a special switch for magnetic susceptibility. It is usually made of two or three reed contacts made of both magnetic and conductive materials, encapsulated in a glass tube filled with inert gases (such as nitrogen, helium, etc.) or in a vacuum, the reed ends in parallel packages in a glass tube overlap, leaving a certain gap or contact with each other to form a normally open or closed contact for a switch.