Inductive Sensor Withstands Harsh Environments

Inductive Sensor Withstands Harsh Environments
SICK Inc.

Groomed for harsh environments, the IMB inductive sensor sports an IP 69K-rated stainless steel housing coupled with an extended temperature range of from -40ºC to +100ºC and shock and vibration resistance up to 50g. The sensor also features precise sensing ranges, attributed to the latest ASIC technology. Additional features include self-locking nuts, a visual installation aid, and IO-Link communication. For more information and a datasheet, visit http://www.sick.com/us/en-us/home/products/product_news/industrial_sensors/Pages/imb.aspx

SICK Inc.
Minneapolis, MN
800-325-7425
[email protected]
http://www.sickusa.com
 

Contact Info

Company: SICK Inc.
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 800-325-7425
Fax: 952-941-9287

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