Inductive Proximity Sensor detects conductive metal objects.
April 19, 2012 -
Supplied in chrome-plated brass body with PBT plastic face, Model IPH can be used to detect presence and absence of conductive metal objects in automation applications. This 18 mm switch, offered in shielded configuration, can be supplied to operate on DC or AC voltages with either NO or NC output. DC units are available in either NPN or PNP switching configurations from 10-30 Vdc, and AC voltage versions operate on 20-250 Vac.
Original Press release
BlueLevel Technologies, Inc.
105 W. 16th Street
Rock Falls, IL, 61071
Inductive Proximity Sensor
Rock Falls, IL United States - "We are pleased to introduce a new product line addition to our growing family of sensor products available from BlueLevel Technologies. The Model IPH product is a line of inductive proximity sensors for detecting the presence and absence of conductive metal objects in a wide range of automation applications." says Joe Lewis, Managing Director. "This broadens our offering of proximity sensors and our ability to service and support OEM manufacturers of bulk solids material handling, processing and storage systems."
The Model IPH inductive proximity sensor product line includes an 18mm size switch in shielded configuration. It can be supplied to operate on DC or AC voltages with either Normally Open or Closed output switching being available. The DC units are available in either NPN or PNP switching configurations from 10-30VDC. The AC voltage versions operate on 20-250VAC. The Model IPH offers a chrome plated brass body with PBT plastic face. Other versions are also available on demand.
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Please visit the BlueLevel Technologies website at www.blueleveltechnologies.com. For more information contact Joe Lewis, Managing Director, at 888-61LEVEL (53835), 815-625-2224, 815-625-2226 (FAX) or by email firstname.lastname@example.org