Posted by Admin on March, 20, 2015
The first form of metal detectors came out in 1942 and in the years since there have many changes and advancements in the basic design & use of the Metal Detectors. From a simple hand-held Metal Detector used by amateur treasure hunters to sophisticated Industrial Metal Detectors used for product quality control, there are myriad forms of detectors available today.
Despite the technology in use or the type, there are basically 3 main components in most Industrial Metal Detectors which are: -
The basic function of the sensor is to react to the presence of metallic contaminants, as programmed by the user.
The main task of the control unit is to interpret the signal transmitted by the sensor & to ensure whether metallic contaminants are present or not. Once the presence of the contaminant is confirmed, the control unit immediately activates the output device.
The output device which may in form of alarms or display units alerts the operator to the presence of the contaminants so that timely action may be taken.
Besides these 3, there are some other secondary components that are common to most Industrial Metal Detectors. These secondary components include:
Apart from these, there may be other big or small components depending upon what kind of detector you are using, the kind of contaminants that need to be detected, how advanced the entire metal detection system is, etc. & so on.
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