Inductive proximity sensor
This inductive proximity sensor increases production availability and cuts down the frequency of replacement under long-term washdown conditions. The heat-, detergent- and corrosion-resistant sensors come in a food-grade 316L housing.
The E2EH inductive proximity sensor has a food-grade 316L stainless steel housing and provides reliable metal object or machine part detection in demanding environments. The IP67 and IP69K sensors are designed to withstand high-temperatures up to 120 C, and resist corrosion from detergents and disinfectants used in the food industry. The sensor offers an increased sensing range (up to 12 mm), which also helps avoid collision damage with passing objects. In addition to the 316L stainless steel housing, the sensor uses a rugged PBT sensing surface and heat-resistant PVC cable. It is available in standard M12, M18 and M30 sizes; in dc 2-wire models with or without polarity; and dc 3-wire models with PNP output. Users can choose versions pre-wired with a 2-meter cable or M12 connector.
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