Posted on November 14, 2011 - ( views)
Integrating a fast-response Pt1000 temperature sensor, the tecLine Ci type 202941 conductivity sensor from JUMO conforms to EHEDG guidelines, and meets the highest standards of hygiene. It is made from natural PEEK, a special polymer that is used in medical technology. The sensor is available with the usual process connections such as DN40/50 milk cone, clamp, VARIVENT, SMS, and so on. Using the practically maintenance free inductive measurement method, it can make measurements up to 2.000mS/cm in heavily contaminated sample media or that tend to adhere.
From 3.5 inches up to 15 inches, with direct access to the PLC variables of the system
For simple applications
Input isolating amplifier
For railway technology
Records 0-1.6 bar up to 0-100bar
2-wire temperature transmitter
Meets the requirements of complex control processes
Offers wireless transmission
Follow hygienic design standards
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