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TURCK SENSOR LINE NOW WITH TEACHABLE OPTIONS

05-03-2016
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TURCK is expanding its portfolio of capacitive sensors, now offering 18mm and 30mm capacitive barrel sensors with teachable capabilities.

The new offering comes in two variants – teach by wire or teach by button.

The teach by button variant can be taught by a single press of a button, saving valuable installation and configuration time.

Both present and absent media can be taught for a higher sensitivity teach. The variant without a push button can be taught either by a teach adapter or teach by wire (pin 5), which allows for a tamper-resistant installation. Each variant is available in either PNP or NPN.

The 18mm housed version offers a 5 mm sensing range when flush mounted and a 7.5 mm range when not flush mounted.

The 30mm housed version offers a 10mm sensing range when flush mounted, with a sensing range of 15mm when not flush mounted.

The expanded offering can be switched between NC and NO, and provides optical programming feedback through LEDs.

 

TURCK Australia

Ph: 1300 132 566

www.turck.com.au

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