Inductive Angle Sensors from TURCK

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TURCK, Minneapolis, MN, offers inductive angle sensors for valve monitoring on rotary actuators. The sensors have open face design for analog or discrete outputs and flexible mounting options. The devices monitor 3-way valves and can detect valve position during cleaning cycles, as well as detecting worn seals. There are 2 models both with programmable PNP switching outputs or 2 scalable analog outputs of 0 V to 10 V and 4–20 mA. Applications include valve automation, steering position feedback, and dancer arm control.

Contact Info

Company: TURCK Inc.
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 800-544-7769

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