Temperature Measurement


Inductive sensors for high ­temperature applications

December 2015 Temperature Measurement

Exceptional working conditions demand uncompromising performance and Contrinex inductive high temperature sensors deliver in every respect. Designed for continuous operation at temperatures up to 180°C (up to 230°C with remote electronics), the high temperature range is ideal for the harshest environments, including automotive paint shops, metal-treatment plants and glass manufacturing, combining extreme accuracy with world-class reliability.

The Contrinex high temperature range includes sensors in sizes from M8 to M50. Sensors that have an internal amplifier resist temperatures of 180°C, while those with an external amplifier withstand temperatures up to 230°C.

Particular attention has been paid to long-term stability under the most demanding conditions. With operating distances from 2 to 25 mm, these sensors are suitable not only for high precision applications, but also applications with greater tolerances and distances. Other features include:

• High long-term stability.

• Fit and forget technology.

• Reliable sensing in high temperature applications.

• External amplifier module for devices up to 230°C.

For more information contact Gail Norton Instrumentation Agencies, +27 (0)31 701 4861, info@gailnortoninstrumentation.co.za, www.gailnortoninstrumentation.co.za



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