Temperature sensors monitor process media temperatures

Fluid temperature is an important factor in the performance of hydraulic systems (WikimediaCommons)
Fluid temperature is an important factor in the performance of hydraulic systems (WikimediaCommons)

Balluff’s media-contacting temperature sensors provide continuous monitoring and measuring of process media temperature on machines and equipment.

With these sensors, users can directly control critical process conditions such as a temperature limit via the switching output, which switches when the temperature exceeds the selected setpoint range. The sensor’s temperature monitoring range is –20 to +80 °C.

Balluff’s temperature sensor process media temperatures where fluid is present.
Balluff’s temperature sensor process media temperatures where fluid is present.

The sensors can monitor fluid temperature in hydraulic systems, which helps maintain correct fluid viscosity and contributes greatly to process quality and machine performance. The sensors can also monitor cooling water, lubricants or compressed air.

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The sensors have a rugged M12 connector for ease of integration, and has a compact form factor and high vibration resistance. A display is optional.

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