Inductive Position Measurement System Ready For Industry 4.0

Tailored for Industry 4.0 applications, the PMI F90 inductive positioning system can detect the absolute position of one actuator as well as the distance between two. Thanks to IO-Link technology, the system has comprehensive communication functionality and is equipped for I4.0 applications. Patented multi-coil technology guarantees maximum measurement accuracy.

 

With an 80-mm measuring range, the PMI F90 works with a unique multi-coil system. Absolute position of the actuator is detected from the measuring signals of a single coil. In addition to sending the analog position signal, switch points can also be defined. The sensor can detect two actuators as well as the distance between them, meaning that dynamic positioning tasks can be completed with the smallest amount of measuring technology.

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The PMI F112 and PMI F166 sensors from this product family feature a compact design that allows for installation in tight spaces while the robust metal housing protects them from external influences. More details and specs are available.

 

Pepperl+Fuchs Inc.

Twinsburh, OH

330-425-3555

[email protected]

http://www.us.pepperl-fuchs.com

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