Press Release Summary:
Available with number of cable and connector options, Osiprox Basic Series offers sensor options suited for OEMs and end users in assembly, packaging, automotive, and conveying industries. Cylindrical basic proximity sensor offers supply voltage from 10-36 Vdc and carries protection rating to IP67. Each model is offered with normally open (NO) and normally closed (NC) output options.
Original Press Release:
Schneider Electric Sensor Competency Center Announces Osiprox Basic Series Inductive Sensor Line by Telemecanique.
DAYTON, Ohio, July 31, 2006-The SCC introduces the Basic Series of Osiprox inductive sensors available exclusively from Telemecanique. This new sensor line was developed to address major OEM market needs in regards to price and quality features. The Basic Series Osiprox sensor line offers more inductive sensor options geared towards OEMs and end users in the assembly, packaging, automotive and conveying industries.
Expansions in this cylindrical basic proximity line involve a wider range in supply voltage from 10-30 VDC to 10-36 VDC. With a higher protection rating from IP66 to IP67, these sensors are versatile in many environments. An increase in the number of cable and connector options as well as both normally open and normally closed options round out the enhancements to the broad line of Telemecanique inductive proximity sensors.
Schneider Electric Sensor Competency Center
A company of Schneider Electric, The SCC creates sensors for the real world, including ultrasonic, photoelectric and inductive proximity sensors. The SCC serves a variety of industries including packaging, food and beverage, automotive and pharmaceutical.
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