Inductive Sensors for Extreme Temperature Ranges INTT
- Temperature range –10 °C to 250 °C
- Configurable switching distances up to 40 mm
- Integrated analysis module in the M12 sensor plug with different cable lengths
- Variant with exchangeable sensor head for convenient sensor replacement
- PWIS-free for worry-free use in paint processing
- Long service life up to 100,000 hours
|Your advantages as an end user||Your advantages as a system builder|
|Plug-in sensor head with variable switching distances of up to 40 mm||Increased tolerance in the system due to high switching distances|
|Shorter downtimes due to redundant installation of the sensors (weproTec)||Compact installation options thanks to weproTec technology|
|Easy and cost-effective maintenance with exchangeable sensor heads||Optimal adaptability thanks to different cable lengths|
|Special cables for moving applications in hot areas||Special cables for moving applications in hot areas|
|Your advantages as a system builder|
|Increased tolerance in the system due to high switching distances||Compact installation options thanks to weproTec technology||Optimal adaptability thanks to different cable lengths||Special cables for moving applications in hot areas|
Easy Sensor Head Replacement
Inductive sensors detect metallic objects through electromagnetic induction. The INTT series for extreme temperature ranges is characterized by increased switching distances and a very robust design, which makes it suitable for years of use in machines and systems with very high temperatures.
The INTT series features the innovative weproTec technology, which enables the installation of several sensors in the tightest of spaces without mutual interference. The sensor parameters are conveniently configured via IO-Link. When the sensor is replaced, the settings are adopted directly thanks to the data storage function.
For applications with temperatures up to 450 °C, the INRT series supplements the portfolio of inductive sensors for extreme temperature ranges.
Further information on inductive sensors for extreme temperature ranges can be found here.
High Temperature Sensors in Use – Heat Resistant and Precise
Detection of Metal Skids in Drying Systems
In drying systems in the automotive industry, paints applied to body shells must be heated for drying. The chassis are transported through the furnace on skid beams using chain conveyors. The side-mounted sensors with a high switching distance reliably detect the skid beams despite the production tolerances of the welded beams.
Learn more about the application here.