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Inductive Proximity Switch features 5-way rotatable head.

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Press Release Summary:

January 10, 2014 - Designed to detect presence and absence of target metallic items, Model IPH is suitable for use in position detection and control as well as many other applications. Rectangular 4-wire AC sensor features both normally open and normally closed switch outputs, each being 2-wire 20–250 Vac.

BlueLevel Technologies, Inc.

1741 Industrial Drive, Sterling, IL, 61081, USA

Original Press Release

Low Cost 5-Way Rotatable Head Inductive Proximity Switch!

Press release date: January 6, 2014

Sterling, IL, United States - “Adding to our growing line of inductive proximity sensor switches we are pleased to announce the availability of the new BlueLevel Technologies Model IPH 5-Way Rotatable Head Inductive Proximity Switch!”, says Joe Lewis, Managing Director of BlueLevel Technologies, Inc.

The Model IPH 5-Way Rotatable Head Inductive Proximity Switch is a sensor that detects the presence and absence of target metallic items for use in position detection and control as well as many other applications.  It is a high quality device available at a price well below that of its competitive rivals.

The standard Model IPH 5-Way rotatable head inductive switch is a rectangular 4-wire AC sensor with both normally open and normally closed switch outputs, each being 2-wire 20-250VAC.  The sensing head is rotatable into any one of five possible positions.

The 5-way rotatable head Model IPH joins all other Model IPH cylindrical versions making up the entire current Model IPH inductive proximity switch product line from BlueLevel Technologies.

BlueLevel Technologies is the service leader in the manufacture and supply of proximity sensors, bin level indicators, silo inventory monitors, and aeration devices.  Contact us at www.blueleveltechnologies.com, call us at 815-625-2224 or email us at bluelevel@blueleveltechnologies.com.

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