Pressure sensors

Nov. 3, 2011
New pressure sensors combine a display, measuring transducer, and pressure switch in a single device. They come in more than 130 versions and have an IP67 housing

New pressure sensors combine a display, measuring transducer, and pressure switch in a single device. They come in more than 130 versions and have an IP67 housing (plastic or stainless steel) that rotates 320° and a temperature range of –40 to 125°C. Eleven versions handle pressure from –1 to 2 bar up to 0 to 600 bar. Users can select two switching points or one switching output and an analog output (0 to 10 V or 4 to 20 mA). The large, four-digit display shows pressure in bar, mbar, psi, or MPa and permits programming using two buttons and a menu guide.

Balluff Inc.
8125 Holton Dr.
Florence, KY 41051
(800) 543-8390
www.balluff.com/FluidDetection

© 2011 Penton Media, Inc.

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