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They act as signal transducers for different control sequences, secure areas that are exposed to hazards or perform important control functions.

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Inductive Sensors
Inductive Sensors

Inductive high temperature sensors are often indispensable where, in a manner of speaking, situations become 'heated' and the temperature resistance of standard inductive sensors is often not sufficient. The inductive sensors with enlarged temperature range by ipf electronic cover a wide range of applications, be it in the field of plastic injection molding, in foundries, in paint shops or in handling and conveying systems. Here, they act as signal transducers for different control sequences, secure areas that are exposed to hazards or perform important control functions.

Many designs, many possibilities The sensors suitable for an enlarged operating temperature range are available in the M8, M18, M30, M50 and cubic designs. The connection is made via an external amplifier. The maximum ambient temperature range for the M8 version is +140°C, for the M18, M30, M50 and cuboid versions it is +230°C. The devices are available with silicone or teflon cables and also with M12 or Lemo connectors. To obtain the maximum switching distance, pay attention to the size of the object (standard target) and its surface finish (even surface).

The external evaluation electronics are available in three different versions. The M12 housing version (IV120450) for laying in cable ducts and the version with zinc diecast housing (IV400720) for mounting in the field are connected via M12 plug connectors and have degree of protection IP65. For switching cabinet installation on a top hat rail, model IV850700, which has terminal connections, is available.

Posted on September 30, 2015 - (593 views)
ipf Electronic GmbH
Kalver Strasse 27
58515 Lüdenscheid - Germany
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