- There is this sensor that breaks down easily but I don't know why. The manufacturer says too much voltage or electrical current can cause problems.
- Well, there might be a wire that is accidentally touching to a voltage circuit, or it could be a low resistance value, but the cause for something like this is usually surge noise.
- Actually, the sensor is placed in an area that is prone to electrical noise. What should I check to prevent similar problems?
- First, you need to find out where the noise is getting in. The usual suspects for entry are places like the power line or the output line of the sensor.