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Factory automation sensors make their way into hazardous environments
Explosion-protected housings are the solution

Implementing automated processes in a plant requires suitable tools and components. Reliable sensors are among the most important of these tools. For example...

Radar as real alternative to ultrasonic
Compact level measurement with Vegapuls

Radar technology has established itself as a real problem solver in the field of level measurement. So far, however, the price of the devices has prevented...

Unbreakable and with improved CIP stability
Glass-free pH sensors

The Isfet sensors made of unbreakable Peek from Endress+Hauser offer high product safety, accuracy and improved CIP stability. The sensors made of unbreakable...

Water and waste water applications
Protection module monitors pumps

The Amacontrol III device monitors the phase sequence and detects any phase failures, overvoltage/undervoltage or voltage asymmetry that may occur. It can also...

Radar sensor secures raw material supplies
Clear view despite tank installations

Professionals in the pharmaceutical and cosmetics industries are often reluctant to replace existing sensors with a different measuring principle because the...

Compact transmitter with direct sensor connection
Small all-rounder

The compact Memotrans transmitter combines a transmitter and a sensor connection in one compact housing. This lean multi-parameter solution in two-wire...

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