High pressure inductive analog sensor

Balluff's analog sensor is rated up to 500 bar and is IP68 rated and is designed for application that involve control and service measurements of valves and position monitoring.

05/31/2012


Balluff's analog sensor is rated up to 500 bar and is IP68 rated and is designed for application that involve control and service measurements of valves and position monitoring. Courtesy: BalluffBalluff's high pressure inductive analog sensor is rated up to 500 bar. This high pressure sensor is ideal for valve control and hydraulic cylinder cushioning applications. Corrosion-resistant housing materials, high strength ceramic sensing faces and special sealing techniques allow service up to 500 bar or pressure.

Features include:

  • One design - two output models
  • Switching for final position detection
  • Analog for control of valves or immediate stop
  • Oil pressure up to 500 bar
  • IP68 in high quality
  • M12 stainless steel housing 0.5 to 2mm sensing range

The Balluff high pressure inductive analog sensors are designed for applications that involve the control and service measurements of valves, position monitoring in mobile hydraulic systems, parked positions of cranes, final position of installation supports, and control of agricultural technology.

Balluff Inc.

www.balluff.com 

- Edited by Chris Vavra, Control Engineering, www.controleng.com 



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