Update for the bestseller: new features for PN pressure sensor

The new generation of PN sensors from ifm combines the tried-and-tested strengths with a considerably increased user-friendliness and robustness.

After 20 years of successful ifm pressure sensor history, the new generation of PN sensors has been developed in close cooperation with users. High overload protection, IP67 for all types of the series and the captive laser labelling make the new PN sensors the perfect solution even in the harshest environments.

Everything at a glance: High transparency during setup and identification of machine conditions: Although the housing size has remained unchanged, the display size has been increased once again and the two switching status LEDs on the sensor head are bigger, brighter and can be clearly seen from all angles. The display can be switched from red to an alternating indication of red or green. So switching states can be highlighted or an independent colour window can be created.

The sensor is now easier and quicker to set using the three pushbuttons.

Flexibility in use is important: After fitting, the sensor can be rotated for visibility from the desired direction. The new PN range also includes versions with a 1/4″ external thread.

ifm is committed to working closely with its customers to develop products which precisely match their needs, and the company provides expert, readily accessible technical support to help users maximise the benefits they gain from ifm products.

For further information, contact Gemma Anderson, ifm electronic Ltd., efector House, Kingsway Business Park, Oldfield Road, Hampton, Middlesex, TW12 2HD.  Telephone:  020 8213-0000.  Fax:  020 8213-2234. E-mail – gemma.anderson@ifm.com

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