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Temperature Sensors

EGE's new TGM 050-TS series of temperature sensors provides a robust solution for the monitoring of temperature thresholds. Designed for a temperature range between +60 and +100 °C, TGM 05 sensors open a contact if a pre-set temperature is exceeded. The threshold is set by the manufacturer in 5 °C increments according to customer specifications. Thanks to IP68/IP69K protection on the medium side and a stainless steel housing, the sensors provide excellent media resistance. Additionally, they withstand pressures up to 30 bar. They are installed by means of a G½ thread and are suitable for switching voltages up to 230 V AC.

Posted on June 2, 2014 - (550 views)
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EGE-Elektronik Spezial-Sensoren GmbH
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24214 Gettorf - Germany
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