Stainless steel faced sensors

Turck's 2-wire, dc stainless steel faced sensor are designed to be used as substitutes for traditional plastic faced sensors to resist corrosion and is rated IP67 against moisture ingress.

02/06/2016


Turck's 2-wire, dc stainless steel faced sensor are designed to be used as substitutes for traditional plastic faced sensors to resist corrosion and is rated IP67 against moisture ingress. Courtesy: TurckTurck's 2-wire, dc stainless steel faced sensor with an extended sensing range are designed to be used as substitutes for traditional plastic faced sensors in applications where the sensors are damaged by impact. The one-piece housing is made from high-grade stainless steel, which resists corrosion and is rated IP67 against moisture ingress. The standard temperature rating for the line is -25 to 70 C. The rugged construction and design of the stainless steel sensor line allows it to fit the needs of a wide variety of applications. PTFE or WeldGuard coating is available upon request.

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