Harsh Duty and Quadruple Sensing Distance Proximity Sensors from AutomationDirect

Feb. 20, 2019
The AutomationDirect line of inductive proximity sensors now includes additional harsh duty sensors and new standard duty sensors with quadruple sensing ranges. Contrinex DW series 4mm, 5mm, 8mm and 12mm diameter round body inductive proximity sensors have been added.

Priced at $99.00 and intended for harsh duty applications, 4mm smooth and 5mm (M5 threaded) models are available with full stainless steel housings.

Starting at $75.00, 8mm and 12mm diameter DW series sensor models are now available with quadruple sensing ranges. The 8mm M8 sensor has a 4mm (shielded) sensing distance and the 12mm M12 sensor has an 8mm (shielded) sensing distance.

DW series proximity sensors have an LED status indicator and are available with NPN or PNP, Normally-Open or Normally-Closed outputs. DW series sensors are IP67 protection rated and provide complete overload protection. All sensors are cULus approved, CE compliant and have a lifetime warranty.

AutomationDirect offers a complete line of sensors and encoders for proximity, pressure, temperature, level, flow, current and voltage sensing applications.

To learn more, visit www.automationdirect.com/proximity

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