High temperature inductive proximity sensors
Automation Systems Interconnect introduces 50 mm sensors to their line of high temperature sensors, offer switching distances of 40 mm.
Automation Systems Interconnect, Inc. adds 50mm sensors to a complete line of high temperature inductive proximity sensors. The ASI high temperature sensors are available in stainless steel housings for high temperature applications of 250 °C / 482 °F. They offer switching distances of 40 mm and are available in NPN or PNP. All sensors that operate above 180 °C are designated with “EXT” in the product syntax and require an external amplifier to function. ASI offers two amplifier options are that are sure to meet the criteria in wide range of engineering applications.
The ASI high temperature sensors are ideal for applications where continuous, reliable functioning at high ambient temperatures is required – steel mills, rolling mills, metallurgical and glass industry, press of chipboard and painting plants for the automotive industry.
Specifications and other technical information along with pricing can be found direct online at ASI’s website.
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