Hansford Sensors Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS
Vibration sensors now available with the latest M12 connectors.
Selected an alternative 12mm connector style, the M12, as offering the best combination of performance and price. The result - today, you can specify either the standard MS series or the M12 connector on most of their range of vibration sensors.
The main advantages of the M12 connector are its physically smaller size, associated cable assemblies have a tighter bend radius and it is a well accepted and proven connector used across many industries including process control, automation and sensing. They are particularly suitable for use in vibration monitoring equipment, the IP67/68 sealing making them usable in difficult environmental conditions often found in maintenance condition monitoring applications.
With its wide use in industrial electronic equipment, the cost-effective connectors and numerous cable assemblies are readily available from electrical distributors worldwide making 'off-the-shelf' delivery a reality.
Hansford Sensors have applied the connectors across their HS-100, HS-100S, HS-420 and HS-421 series of vibration sensors. All models are constructed in robust welded stainless steel and offer either top or side entry for the electrical connection. The M12 mating connector is available in both a straight or right-angle version.
The HS-100 sensors are industrial accelerometers offering a 100mV/g AC output with a top entry connection, whilst the HS-100S is a low profile unit with a side entry connection. The HS-420 is a PLC accelerometer with integral circuitry providing a 4-20mA output proportional to the velocity level. The HS-421 model offers a dual output of 4-20mA for velocity and AC 'g' suited for the many commercially available data collectors.
For those needing to measure both vibration and temperature levels at the same monitoring point, Hansford Sensors has also introduced dual output versions of the HS-100T (100mV/g output) and the HS-420T (4-20mA output) sensor models, both fitted with M12 connectors as standard.
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