Barrel sensors for tight spaces

Turck's EG05K and EH04K barrel sensors are housed in a stainless steel barrel and are designed for applications where small sensors are a requirement like the stamping industry or medical device manufacturing.

09/16/2014


Turck's EG05K (left) and EH04K (right) barrel sensors are housed in a stainless steel barrel and are designed for applications where small sensors are a requirement like the stamping industry or medical device manufacturing. Courtesy: TurckTurck's EG05K and EH04K barrel sensors are 15mm shorter than the standard EG05 and EH04 sensors. They are designed for applications where small sensors are a requirement like the stamping industry or medical device manufacturing.

The EG05K and EH04K are housed in a stainless steel barrel and come with a high flex TPU cable that can withstand harsh applications, including those involving corrosive chemicals. Both sensors also have a 1mm sensing range and full flush mounting, which help reduce the chance of damage. The EG05K and EH04K come equipped with a high visibility LED to provide users a visual indication of the sensor's status.

The EH04K is available in 2 meters of potted cable and the EG05K is available in 2 meters of potted cable or with an integral M8 connector. Both sensors are IP67 rated and have an operating temperature range from -25 C to 70 C. They also have PNP and NPN configurations for increased application flexibility.

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www.turck.us 

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