The Ex 40-40 is an immersion sensor from Sensotech that measures the inline and online concentration and density in liquid chemicals, pharmaceuticals, or other process liquids. It features the LiquiSonic®...
Immersion sensor Varivent is a long-lasting, maintenance free & robust standard sensor for application in breweries,soft drink, sugar & food industries which measures inline/online concentration...
The LiquiSonic® sensor computes the inline and online absorption levels and the thickness of fluids such as dry elements, whey extract, °Brix, °Plato, or alcohol. It is an immersion sensor that comprises...
When it comes to applications in corrosive liquids in non hazardous areas, the flange type sensor DN 80 can be used. It is coated with Halar or PFA and can be installed directly into the...
The LiquiSonic® is an exceptionally engineered device that delivers accurate measurements of density and concentration in process liquids such as chemicals, solvents or pharmaceuticals. The flanged sensor is perfectly qualified for use in applications involving aggressive liquids in danger zones....
It is designed by the principle of infrared absorption spectroscopy for the determination of the concentration of CO2 at the end of an exhaled breath.
The measurement directly in the patient's intubation, with faster response, and will not be error readings because of gas line leaks. The patient's airway...
CLS - Collision Sentry - Anti-collision Infrared Sensor
The Collision Sentry uses an Infrared Sensor to prevent risk of possible collision between pedestrians and forklifts through LED visual signalling. It can be mounted magnetically and requires no wiring.
Stationary electronic tension sensor, single roller system, for mounting at an existing deflection pully
For flexible material, as thin wires and ropes
- Easy installation
- Tension sensor with integrated measuring amplifier
Stationary electronic tension sensor for measuring wires, ropes and cables up to 10 mm Ø
Sensor with large guide rollers (60 mm Ø), minimizes material deflection
Tension meter is available with digital...
How to choose this product
A sensor measures a physical characteristic via a signal, generally electrical, generated by the value to be measured.
These devices are used for manufacturing and transformation process control, machinery and automated system control, and the oversight of operational parameters in every industrial domain. They measure a wide variety of values: temperature, pressure, spatial characteristics (e.g., position or movement), flow, exerted force, electrical, magnetic, acoustic and photonic values.
Sensors uses changes in a material's physical properties to measure targeted values. These include resistance, capacitance or inductance, parameters related to a semiconductor or piezoelectric effect, or a current induced according to Faraday's law.
They may have a digital or an analog readout. The signal, also analog or digital, can be proportional to the measured value or simply on or off. Remote data transmission is via a current or voltage electrical signal, pulses or field bus signals.
How to choose
Choice will depend on the sensor's range of measurement, maximum values beyond which the device might suffer damage, sensitivity and resolution. Other criteria are response time, reproducibility, output signal type and precision, which is determined by linearity and, possibly, hysteresis.