What is the difference between a waterproof and watertight inductive proximity sensor?

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Answered by: Shane Jaconelli, RS components

Waterproof means not affected by water, and watertight means holding water in or out, though, some manufacturers may have different definitions to this.

A sensor that’s used in the rain onshore may not work deep underwater offshore, so always check compatibility before use.

 

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