Steel Head Ultrasonic Sensor Meets Harsh Environment Standards

Steel Head Ultrasonic Sensor Meets Harsh Environment Standards

Now available in the US, PIL’s latest P53 steel-head ultrasonic sensor meets EHEDG, Ecolab, IP68, and IP69K specifications for use in hazardous environments. Typical applications are the food and beverage industry, the medical and pharmaceutical industry, the chemical and the filling and packaging industry. Steelhead Ultrasonic sensors are also used for detecting filling levels of bulk solids, paste or liquid, as well as for recognition and counting of objects. The P53 provides a choice of output options: standard analog 0 to 10V / 4 to 20 mA output or two switching outputs. In addition to these fixed settings, the P53 series can be programmed for various other custom settings. For more details, go to  

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