Non-contact Position Feedback

Non-contact position feedback in valve monitoring and control solutions refers to a method of determining the position of a valve without physical contact between the sensor and the valve mechanism. Instead of using traditional mechanical devices, such as limit switches or potentiometers, non-contact position feedback relies on technologies like magnetic sensors, Hall effect sensors, or optical sensors to detect the position of the valve remotely. This approach eliminates the need for direct contact with the moving parts of the valve, reducing wear and tear, and minimizing the risk of mechanical failure.

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