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Built with ASIC technology, Banner S18-2 compact, self-contained, DC-operated photoelectric sensors resist fluorescent light and offer crosstalk avoidance.
Technologies must be properly applied after careful planning to ascertain where and what to automate.
The ECD Model T80 transmitter-S80 sensor series provides diagnostic information about the lifetime of a pH, ORP or pIon measurement; the display shows a filled triangular gauge that decreases proportionally to the degradation of the reference electrode.
Operating with the inductive resonant circuit measuring principle, TURCK inductive angle sensors deliver valve monitoring on rotary actuators.
Moxa ioLogik R1200 series, dual-independent RS-485 serial interface remote I/O devices enable the deployment of dual-Bus redundant or extended-length remote I/O daisy-chain topologies.
Designed to meet a variety application requirements and weather conditions, Banner R-GAGE QT50R radar sensors are used for collision avoidance on mobile equipment, outdoor crane-to-crane proximity detection and flatbed or box truck detection at loading docks.
Suitable for installation in explosive and hygienic areas, KROHNE SMARTSENS 2-wire loop-powered analytical sensors with integrated transmitter technology offer direct connection of sensors to process control systems.
Operating in a frequency range that minimizes the effects of the conductivity of the media, the Gems CAP-300 Series coolant level sensor has a sealed design that prevents fluid intrusion.
Omron E3FA plastic body and E3FB metal body photoelectric sensors come in through-beam versions with ranges up to 20m, retro-reflective versions with ranges from 0.1 to 4m and coaxial retro-reflective versions with ranges up to 500mm; 3 models of diffuse-reflective sensors with ranges of 100mm, 300mm and 1m also are available.