Absolute position display with communication interface for linear or slide adjustment intuitively guides the operator to the correct machine setting when changing products or changing formats. Readability is optimized for intuitive user prompting: The backlit display clearly shows the setpoint and actual value, and the two LEDs clearly indicate the direction in which the adjustment must be mad.
The AG02 actuator is suitable for practically all positioning tasks thanks to its high-power density and robust design. The hollow shaft enables quick and easy installation on the existing adjustment unit, and standardized interfaces ensure smooth integration into your control system.
High-performance compact actuator for complex positioning jobs
Powerful actuator for the positioning of adjustment axes with high torque. Precise and error-free positioning is also possible in this performance class without additional external modules. The integrated hollow shaft enables simple mechanical integration into the existing machine concept
The AG05 actuator is the most compact in its class and ensures convenient handling with its integrated display and button operation. A quick and simple changeover from manual adjustment is possible via the hollow shaft.
The AG06 actuator is a compact and powerful actuator with high torque and is particularly suitable for automated positioning tasks. The integrated position controller with magnetic absolute sensor ensures precise positioning.
With a maximum nominal torque of 14 Nm, the new AG24 is a real power pack for format adjustment
Thanks to special power and control electronics, absolute sensor technology and integrated position controller, the AG25 ultra-compact and powerful actuator is particularly well suited for format adjustments optimized for setup times. Due to the variety of available interface standards, quick and smooth integration into the existing controller is possible.
The SZM type glass tube level indicator is applicable for the indication of liquid level in small and middle-sized, standing or lying round containers used in food, pharmaceutical and chemical industries. The loads occurring at the installation are absorbed by the outer armature, thus the glass tube is protected against breaking.
The outer armature also protects the glass tube against the mechanical impacts that may occur following the installation. It is recommended that the normal design level indicators be fitted on vessels containing pure liquids, while the indicators mounted with cleaning stubs (a bottom, or bottom-top stub) be fitted on containers filled with contaminated liquid.
Installation length means the distance between the horizontal centre lines of the two fl anges, that is minimum 370 mm, and maximum 3 080 mm. The glass tubes longer than 1 500 mm are welded. The bottom, and top sealing of the glass tube is by two O-rings each, the material of which is to be chosen to be chemically compatible with the liquid measured.
Standard sealing material is FPM, whereas EPDM or NBR are available on request. The level indicator may be furnished with capacitive level sensors - max. 3 pieces over 100 mm - as requested (NAMUR design), which monitor the minimum and/or maximum level or any level along the scale.
Anodised aluminium rule with indication of level or volume may be mounted optionally on side of the outer armature. The scale can be engraved on the aluminium rule or the glass tube, or can be printed on a foil and to be attached to the glass tube or aluminium rule.
The turbine flowmeter model DOT consists of a helically shaped turbine rotor supported in two tungsten carbide bearings, the rotor being solid ferritic stainless steel of a grade compatible with the metered liquid, all contained within a housing of non-magnetic stainless steel. A pick off coil having a permanent magnet core is mounted in the housing adjacent to the rotor blade tips such that a magnetic circuit is set up via the rotor blades.
Rotation of the rotor varies the reluctance of this magnetic circuit and the flux changes induce a small voltage in the coil, the frequency of which is directly proportional to the rotor speed and therefore proportional to the volumetric flow rate. The effects of increasing viscosity reduce the linear flow range and shifts the k-factor. Further, the effect of viscosity depends on the frequency (RPM of rotors). Therefore, smaller the meter, higher is the effect of viscosity on the linearity curve.
The infrared thermometer optris CSlaser LT consists of a robust stainless steel sensor with integrated electronics, enabling easy integration into your system.
Its innovative double laser sight allows for an exact marking of measurement spots even on smallest objects. A variety of optics enables adaptation for a broad range of different applications. Additionally, the IR thermometer offers a standardized two-wire interface for a reliable transfer of measurement data and easy integration into a Siemens SPS.
The infrared thermometer optris CSlaser hs LT allows for measuring of the slightest temperature differences from 0.025°C on, which plays an important role for e.g. continual surveillance of product homogeneities.
In addition, its double laser sight ensures an exact marking of measuring fields and a variety of scopes offers high adaptability with various applications.
The infrared thermometer optris CSlaser 2M has been designed specifically for exact temperature measurement of metallic surfaces. Its short measuring wavelength allows not only for precise measurement of metal temperatures but metal oxides and ceramics as well.
The IR thermometer is equipped with an innovative double laser sight for precise marking of the measuring spot. A variety of scopes ensures high adaptability with various applications.
The infrared thermometer optris CSlaser G5 HF has been specifically designed for temperature measurement of flat glass, container glass, lightbulbs, vehicle glass, and solar cells.
Its standardized two-wire interface provides a reliable measuring data transmission and allows for an easy integration of the temperature sensors into a Siemens PLC. The IR thermometer is additionally equipped with an innovative double laser visor for a precise marking of the measuring spot. A variety of optics ensures high adaptability with diverse applications.
The video pyrometer optris CSvideo 2M, with its integrated video sighting allows for an additional visor assistance. Combined with the innovative and patented crosshair laser, it offers a reliable and precise measuring field adjustment in hard-to-reach areas and in cases of measuring objects being so hot the laser visor is not visible anymore.
The infrared video thermometer optris CSvideo 3M is perfectly suited for low-temperature measurement of metals and composite materials starting from 50 °C. Parallel use of the video module and the laser sight allow for an easy and exact measuring field marking even if the measuring object is located in hard-to-access areas.
The new Optris video pyrometers CTvideo 1M / 2M allow a parallel use of video and crosshair laser aiming for an optimal measuring field adjustment even in processes with limited access. It reliably measures temperatures of metals or ceramics and, due to its short measuring wavelength, reduces measuring errors of surfaces with low or unknown emissivity.
The infrared video thermometer optris CTvideo 3M is perfectly suited for low-temperature measurement of metals and composite materials starting from 50°C. Parallel use of the video module and the laser sight allow for an easy and exact measuring field marking even if the measuring object is located in hard-to-access areas
Due to its short measuring wavelength the ratio pyrometer optris CTratio 1M is especially suited for measurement of extremely high metal temperatures and the very short response time allows for surveillance of very fast processes.
The ratio pyrometer is largely resistant against dust, steam and dirty observation windows. This allows for an accurate measurement in cases of window soiling of up to 90 percent. The pyrometer additionally measures reliably in cases where the measuring object only covers 5 percent of the measuring point or moves very fast.
Rugged, electrically isolated sensing head and fiber optic cable for ambient temperatures up to 315 °C without cooling.
Due to its short measuring wavelength the ratio pyrometer optris CTratio 2M is especially suited for measurement of extremely high metal temperatures and its very short response time allows for surveillance of very fast processes.
Rugged, electrically isolated sensing head and fiber optic cable for ambient temperatures up to 315 °C without cooling
The IR thermometer optris CTlaser 1M / 2M allows precise and quick measuring of high temperatures of metal surfaces. The short measuring wavelengths are not only capable of measuring metal temperatures but also allow for measurement of metal oxides and ceramics.
The robust premium stainless steel measuring head of the CTlaser pyrometer additionally offers exact marking of measuring spots in every distance due to its innovative double laser sight.
The infrared thermometer optris CTlaser 3M is perfectly suited for measurements of low metal temperatures and composite materials. It offers a temperature range between 50°C and 1,800°C and can be employed in up to 85°C without additional cooling.
Due to its extremely short response time of 1 ms, the highly efficient IR thermometer allows the surveillance of fast processes and measures reliably and precisely even on smallest measuring fields of up to 0.7 mm. Selectable outputs and various digital interfaces offer a high variability for the evaluation of the measured data.
The infrared thermometer optris CTlaser 4M with its wavelengths range of 2.2 – 6 μm is perfectly suited for measurements of metals, metal oxides, ceramics or materials with unknown or changing emissivity. It offers a temperature range between 0°C and 500°C and can be employed in up to 85°C without additional cooling.
Due to its ultra-fast exposure time of 90 μs, the highly efficient IR thermometer allows the surveillance of high speed processes and is the ideal pyrometer for low temperature applications. Selectable outputs and various digital interfaces offer a high variability for the evaluation of the measured data.