Inductive proximity sensors designed for harsh environments

Carlo Gavazzi's ICS Series of inductive proximity sensors and cordsets are designed for harsh environments and comply with or are certified to IP69K, Ecolab, and FDA standards, and accommodate hot and cold temperature extremes.

09/01/2015


Carlo Gavazzi's ICS Series of inductive proximity sensors and cordsets are designed for harsh environments and accommodate both hot and cold temperature extremes. Courtesy: Carlo GavazziCarlo Gavazzi's ICS Series of inductive proximity sensors and cordsets are designed for harsh environments such as the food and beverage, chemical, pharmaceutical, mobile equipment, and agricultural industries. They comply with or are certified to IP69K, Ecolab, and FDA standards, and accommodate hot and cold temperature extremes. They have an operating range of ‑40 C to +80 C (‑40 F to +176 F), and will can operate for up to 15 minutes in boiling water (100 C/212 F), which allows them to accommodate cleaning process requirements. Additional features include a microprocessor-based design, LEDs that can be viewed from any direction, and an operating frequency of up to 2,000 Hz. The ICS Series is available in M12, M18, and M30 316L stainless steel housings, with single or double sensing distance, and flush or non-flush mounting.

Carlo Gavazzi

www.gavazzionline.com 

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