ifm Electronic TW7001 mA Output Signal Infrared Temperature Sensor, +250°C to +1250°C

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ifm Electronic TW Series Infrared Temperature Sensors


Ifm Electronic TW series non-contact infrared temperature sensors for the precise temperature measurement of hot objects or objects which are difficult to access. Two switching outputs are available for control of the process.

The TW series feature a high-quality precision lens for precise measurement. The lens withstands rough environments, for example in steelworks, and reduces the influence of external light to a minimum. To enable precise temperature measurement, the degree of emission can be quickly and easily set using the push buttons and display. The current temperature of the object to be measured is displayed during operation.

Features and Benefits

• 2 x switching output, freely programmable
• Adjustable for different target materials
• Scratch resistant precision lenses
• Easy handling via buttons and display
• Test function: activated on the sensor or remotely

Kenmerk Waarde
Sensor Type MA Output Signal
Response Time <lteq/>2 ms
Accuracy <±1 %
Output Type Analogue
Minimum Temperature Sensed +250°C
Maximum Temperature Sensed +1250°C
Diameter 30 mm
Termination Type M12 Connector
4 op voorraad - levertijd is 1 werkdag(en).
Prijs Each
(excl. BTW)
(incl. BTW)
Aantal stuks
Per stuk
1 - 4
997,20 €
5 - 9
947,33 €
10 +
897,47 €
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