Compact temperature switch from ifm features fast response

Temperature switches from ifm electronic are known for a very fast response thanks to the advanced technology used in production, and the new TA series is no exception.

These loop-powered sensors show the user immediately that they are ready for operation with the power status LED, a feature often lacking in such devices. Using Class A Pt1000 elements for precision, the TA sensor will react as quickly as 1 second (T05) or three seconds (T09).

Users can scale the default measuring range of -50 to 150degC by using the IO-Link interface, a new standard rapidly gaining acceptance.

The new TA series is available with either ½" or ¼" process thread, and with a choice of four different probe lengths between 25mm and 150mm. All the probes are only 6mm in diameter.

These stainless steel TA series sensors are all well protected, up to a protection rating of IP69K, and can withstand high pressures, up to a maximum of 400 bar.

Many other useful features are included, from laser-etched markings (no more lost labels) to industrial standard M12 connectors.

Please go to www.ifm.com for more information about the TA series of temperature switches.

ifm electronic Ltd

Kingsway Business Park
Oldfield Road
Hampton
TW12 2HD
UNITED KINGDOM

+44 (0)20 8213 0000

enquiry.gb@ifm.com

https://www.ifm.com/uk

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