Rugged new TURCK sensors built to last


TURCK has introduced the PS300 series pressure sensors for hydraulic applications, featuring a rugged, IP69K rated design to withstand harsh environments.

PS300 sensors provide a wide measuring range, from 3 to 400 bar.

Signals are directly processed on the PS300's newly developed pressure measuring cell, and then digitally transferred to the sensor's fully potted, self-contained display.

This design offers a high level of EMC resistance and excellent switch point accuracy – 0.5 per cent of the full scale.

PS300 sensors are available in male or female 1/4" NPT or G1/4" thread versions, with digital or analog (voltage or current) outputs for all measuring ranges.

Bonded seals ensure a reliable process connection for highest-accuracy measurements.

The new pressure sensors additionally support the I/O-Link communications standard. This allows processing data to be transferred via a digital output.

TURCK Australia
Ph: 1300 132 566

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