Which sensor is the right one for your application?
The benefits to you
Robust throughout multiple cycles and in temperatures up to 140°
Reliable, accurate measured values even in case of frequent temperature changes
Robust sensor housing made of stainless steel
Long-term impermeability according to the proTect+ impermeability concept that exceeds the IP protection class (IP 68 and IP 69)
Optimal for CIP and SIP cleaning as well as industrial cleaning processes and water treatment
Calibration and parameterisation directly on site
Sensor adjustment using intuitive touch display
Consistent operating concept across all measurement technologies
Straightforward process visualisation
All information at a glance
Status visualisation by way of backlighting
Selectable visualisation of measured values
Top performance in the smallest of spaces
Integrates easily into existing facilities
Possibility of implementing smaller process plants
IO-Link Dual Channel – The bridge to the digital future
Thanks to Dual Channel with analogue output, the sensor is capable of both conventional control architectures and digital interface communication. In other words, the sensors have a 4 - 20 mA analogue output and digital IO-Link interface. This means, for example, that the benefits of IO-Link can be used when commissioning the sensor, which makes parameterisation much easier, but the sensor can still control the process via the 4 - 20 mA analogue output. Therefore, the benefits of IO-Link can be used even if the control system has not yet been converted to IO-Link. Both channels can also be utilised simultaneously. This provides users with maximum flexibility for a wide range of process automation applications.
Data is the most important basis for process and product optimization. Thanks to the digital IO-Link interface, valuable additional data can be made accessible. Learn more about how IO-Link can help you in process automation to optimize processes and make them more efficient.
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