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'[OT] Metal detector sensors'
1999\06\05@004715 by Ravi Pailoor

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Thanks

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1999\06\05@064407 by tim

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there are inductive proximity switches sensors.................
maximum sensing range is 10 mm .....check out them at
farnell/newark...............hope this helps
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1999\06\05@083103 by Stuart Meier

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WHat range? What size target?

Honeywell make magnetic field detectors -look in http://www.honeywell.com, and
search for HMC1021. Used for vehicle detection. DOn't know what short range
performance is like for smaller objects etc.

Stuart Meier
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Date: 05 June 1999 05:49
Subject: [OT] Metal detector sensors


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1999\06\06@235010 by Ravi Pailoor

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Pailoor

Stuart Meier wrote:

> WHat range? What size target?
>
> Honeywell make magnetic field detectors -look in http://www.honeywell.com, and
> search for HMC1021. Used for vehicle detection. DOn't know what short range
> performance is like for smaller objects etc.
>
> Stuart Meier
> {Original Message removed}

1999\06\07@094647 by Harrison Cooper

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YEARS ago, my fathers company made these under license from a Finnish
company called Outokumpo Oy (sp?).  These were fiberglass bodies that went
around the entire conveyor.  The coils were wound on forms (I did a few of
these myself), and fed the electronics.  These were very sensitive units,
and eventually were designed to stand upright...you guessed it, airport
metal detectors.  This was way back in the 70's when skyjackings were
beginning to be common place.

No, he no longer builds these, but did put quite a few in place. And once
and a while, gets calls for replacement parts on them.

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