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New CA18 and CA30 Capacitive IO-Link sensors in AISI316L stainless steel or PTFE housings

New CA18 and CA30 Capacitive IO-Link sensors in AISI316L stainless steel or PTFE housings

Carlo Gavazzi has enhanced its popular range of CA18CA and CA30CA TRIPLESHIELDTM capacitive sensor range with AISI316L stainless steel or PTFE housings making them the perfect solution in environments where acids, alkaline, solvents and other aggressive liquids or fumes are present.

The CA sensor family are packaged in our 4th Generation TRIPLESHIELDTM robust housing complete with integrated IO-Link communication; offering superior electro-magnetic immunity, temperature stability, IP69K degree of protection, exceptional chemical resistance, dust and humidity allowance, as well as being EcolabTM certified.

Available as M18 or M30 in both flush and non-flush versions and includes an extensive feature list such as configurable output/input: NPN, PNP, Push-Pull, external input to suit, the output can be configured to normally open (NO) or normally closed (NC), ON, OFF and One shot from timer functions, Logging functions for temperature, operational hours, power cycles, configuration changes and alarm outputs for low or high temperature and dust.

Variable sensing distance, hysteresis, set points and all other parameters can all be adjusted dynamically in situ and changed on the-fly. Sensing modes can be set to single point, two point or window mode.

Updating to an IO-Link sensor isn’t costly either and can be tailored to meet your individual needs and requirements providing you access to a multitude of configuration parameters and advanced functionalities, all whilst allowing for simple replacement of devices without little technical knowledge.

Carlo Gavazzi says the CA18_CA30 range of capacitive IO-Link sensors are the perfect solution for markets such as Agriculture, Food and Beverage, Plastic and Rubber, HVAC, Materials Handling and Food and Beverage. They are CE and UL certified.

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