Sensors And Cables Ease Vibration Monitoring

Hansford Sensors has launched a range of products that enable engineers to bring greater efficiency to vibration monitoring in a range of applications.  Among them are the latest 4 mA to 20 mA transmitters/loop-powered sensors and M12 Cable assemblies with protective conduits and snap-on quick-release cables.


With the capability of interfacing directly into PLC, BMS, or SCADA, the 4 mA to 20 mA transmitters/loop-powered sensors are suitable for online monitoring.  Using the devices to measure lower value assets, such as fans and pumps, offers a cost-effective alternative when ac components are not required. 

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The HS-AC190 is the company’s latest robust cable assemblies for tough industrial applications.  With a two-pin MS connector and stainless steel protective conduit, the assembly can withstand operating temperatures of up to 150° with high levels of resistance to chemical attack. For more information, visit Hansford Sensors.

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