The Multiprotocol Ethernet concept is a technology pioneered by Turck to simplify Industrial Ethernet. Through an innovative approach to the operation of the station at the microprocessor level, Turck can deploy multiple Industrial Ethernet protocols in the same device. Read more for details on Multiprotocol Ethernet technology.
Factor 1 sensors (also known as Turck Uprox sensors) are sensors that have no reduction factor for different metallic compositions. This allows them to sense all metal targets at the same distance. Read this reference for more characteristics of Turck's Uprox family of sensors.
Bonded pair cable is designed to not separate at the twist, thus preventing the separation of pairs. During installation, bonded pair cable reliably holds the twist of the pairs together to ensure they do not separate or fray at the ends. This allows for sufficient termination at the ends.
Yes, TURCK does have a glossary of connectivity terms, you can view it here.
Yes, Turck does provide a glossary of sensor terms, you can read it here.
You can view the Turck table for converting hole size to thread size here.
Turck supports several methods to set or change the IP address across all products, read more about the different methods here.
Turck provides a handy conversion chart that includes a table converting AWG to metric, PG to metric, and a cable length tolerance chart. Read more to view it.
The maximum number of sensors to be operated in series depends on the stability of the line voltage and the operating characteristics of the load in question. View this reference guide for more information on wiring Turck AC sensors in series.
View this reference guide to see the wiring diagrams for Turck DC sensors.
Please reference this handy chart to see mounting distances for Turck products with extended range.
Read more here for Turck's maximum locknut torque specifications.
Standard inductive sensors detect metals at different distances. To better understand correction factors and how they affect the sensing distance of your sensor, please view this guide.