New screw-in temperature switch METL-L

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The sensor series "modular economic sensors" by Müller Industrie-Elektronik is characterized by a very high flexibility due to the modular diversity concerning the sensor equipment and the range of application and covers nearly all physical measuring dimensions. On the basis of an ingenious modular concept, the ME sensor series is technically designed so adaptable that it can offer an optimum modular device solution for the respective measuring job in costoptimised base equipment as well as in electronic full equipment with display, switch points and HART signal for all industrial uses.

For the temperature supervision in industrial applications in the area of -50... +200 °C, a switch version with sensor type Pt100 is now the new electronic screw-in temperature switch METL-L in 3-wire technology by Müller Industrie-Elektronik GmbH. The switch variant of this new temperature sensor distinguishes itself by a cost-optimised base equipment like an easy switch point setting on site, high measuring accuracy, fast response time and an easy installation. The current output signal can be connected to a digital SPS input. The temperature switch METL-L is serially programmable, e.g. by a separately available modem. Nevertheless, the switch point setting can be performed directly at the device by an integrated hall sensor in combination with a separate magnet on site. The switch status is recognizable by a red bright LED. The switch output is realized as open collector and galvanically isolated. More information about the ME sensor series at or at the Hannover Fair, 0704. - 11.04.14, Müller Industrie-Elektronik GmbH in hall 11/B34.
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