Posted on October 13, 2010 - ( views)
Baumer expands its portfolio of sensors for windpower plants with the Series IFRR and IWRR inductive sensors. The sensors are robust, reliable and, due to a large operating temperature range, suitable for onshore as well as for offshore applications. The series includes digital and analog measuring sensors. All versions of the inductive sensors are designed for an operating temperature range of -40 to +80 °C, which also qualifies them for cold climate applications. For the use in offshore wind power plants the sensors are available in V4A stainless steel housings with protection class IP 69 K, the housing of the onshore versions is made of nickel-plated brass with protection class IP 67.
Edited by: Jürgen Wirtz
Provide optimal solutions in automation
For highly transparent objects
Measures contact-free with 4 nm resolution
For industrial imprint checking
For liquid level detection
Detect magnetic fields
for particularly demanding applications
For fast and reliable print mark detection
Attach to all common cylinders
The May issue features a Preview on Europe's biggest measuring technology fair, Sensor+Test 2013. This is supplemented by a Focus on Sensors, Test & Measurement that includes product news, as well as a technical article and an interesting application. Another case study highlights the use of an RFID system in a Chinese engine manufacturing plant. Furthermore, IEN Europe has an article that asks the question Is There a Future for the PLC? . Throughout the magazine, you will also find brand new products launched at the recent HANNOVER MESSE, for example a Motor Control Center for predictive maintenance.
IEN: The motto for HANNOVER MESSE 2013 will be "Integrated Industry". In what ways will this motto be reflected...