Press Release Summary:
Featuring EMC and ESD immunity, BCC Series detects level of plastic pellets in hopper while withstanding environmental interference. Mounted on plastic sight glass or in hopper containing plastic pellets for point level detection, it can also be mounted directly in metal hopper without any reduction in range. Laterally-mounted shield protects sensor from being affected by metal hopper, while integrated processor helps detect different types of plastics without any adjustment.
Original Press Release:
Specialty Sensors for Plastic Detection from TURCK
Minneapolis, Minn. - September 4, 2008 - TURCK introduces the new BCC capacitive sensor series, specifically designed to provide accurate level detection in the plastic industry. The BCC series features excellent EMC and ESD immunity, allowing the sensors to reliably detect the level of plastic pellets in a hopper while withstanding environmental interference. BCC sensors are mounted on a plastic sight glass or in the hopper containing plastic pellets for point level detection. "Standard capacitive sensors used to detect plastic pellets are prone to failure because of the electrostatic discharge frequently found in pellet silos and systems," says Melissa Schumann, product specialist with TURCK's sensor division. "The BCC series has been specially designed to resist ESD." These innovative sensors may also be mounted directly in a metal hopper without a reduction in range, a common side-effect for standard capacitive sensors. The BCC series incorporates a unique laterally-mounted shield that protects the sensors from being affected by the metal hopper. Plus, the BCC series features an integrated processor that allows the sensors to detect different types of plastics with no adjustment needed. TURCK is an industry leader providing superior quality sensing, connectivity and network products to help manufacturers improve their automated processes. For other TURCK product or technical information, contact: 1-800-544-7769, firstname.lastname@example.org www.turck.us