Connect the +12 wire from the Power Supply (that's the one with the white
line) to the 3525 Brown wire.
Connect the 3525 Black wire to a Digital Input on the 1018.
Connect the Power supply Ground Wire and the 3525 Blue wire to the Digital
Input Ground connector on the 1018.
You need to provide 12VDC to the Transmitter. The brown wire is +V and the blue wire is GND.
This sensor connects to any device with a Digital Input. This is how
you connect the 3525 to a Phidget board that does not have 12V power
such as the 1018, 1012 and 1203 using our 12VDC Power Supply:
Note: When the 3525 is connected
to a 1012, it will behave as a Normally Close (NC) sensor instead
of Normally Open (NO). You'll also need to use a pull-up resistor
when using a 1012. A 1k£[ resistor between the brown and black wires
For boards that have power input, if the supplied power is within
12-24VDC, the +V line can be connected to the terminal block, powering
the sensor from the Phidget. The 1019,
1073, and 1063
all accept external power.