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Maximum sensing range with minimum protrusion

13th February 2023

     

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One sensor for different applications

Whether in factory automation, applications with coolants and lubricants or in mobile applications: these inductive sensors are convincing due to their universal and permanent usability combined with high performance, temperature stability and protection rating.

Quasi flush installation

Furthermore, they combine high sensing ranges with an almost flush installation. This combination offers the best possible protection against mechanical tolerances. Damage to the sensor is thus minimised as far as possible. The installation is self-explanatory: simply screw the sensor in until the end of the thread and the perfect fit is guaranteed.

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