Temperature sensor with integrated resistance detector
The TS530 by Turck has an integrated resistance temperature detector (RTD) and has IP69K protection ratings, making it ideal for harsh manufacturing environments.
Turck's TS530 temperature sensor features an integrated resistance temperature detector (RTD) and a simple, push-button programming and large, highly visible LED displays ensure that allows for easy operation. The TS530 also has a rotatable display that can turn up to 340 degrees allows for flexible viewing in the field. The sensor also sends feedback to a PLC, allowing operators to easily monitor measurement performance from virtually any location.
Turck TS530 temperature sensors feature a design for easy mounting and installation, allowing users to mount them directly to a tank or pipe with no mounting bracket required using a 1/2NPT process connection. The sensor meets IP69K protection ratings and operates in temperatures ranging from -50 to 150 degrees Celsius, making it ideal for harsh manufacturing environments.
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