Ultrasonic Sensor Is Quite Hygienic

Hoffmann + Krippner’s model P53-80-D18 45-mm long and 18-mm diameter ultrasonic sensor is designed for use in harsh environmental conditions and is certified for hygienic applications. It features a housing made of V4A stainless steel (1.4404) with a roughness depth of 0.6μm. As the sensor and its mounting assembly can be sanitized with strong cleaning materials, the P53’s real world applications include manufacturing, food and chemical processing, medical, agriculture, packaging, etc. It can be used for a variety of distance measurements as well as level measurement, presence detection, detection of moving objects, counting objects and checking for completeness.

 

The P53 provides a range up to 800 mm and a temperature range of up to +80°C. The EHEDG certified model is equipped with an integrated cable screw connection, ensuring best hygiene for food and beverage as well as bottling and packing industries. The industrial model includes a M12 connector with power supply, signal output and teach in. It can be mounted with two Teflon nuts that provide acoustic decoupling. The P53 can be configured via the M12 connector cable. In addition, optional external hold/sync switches are available. For even greater knowledge, datasheets await and/or call 770-487-1950.

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