New screw-in ultrasonic sensor MEUS

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As a device novelty within the modular economic sensors series Müller Industrie-Elektronik presents the screw-in ultrasonic sensor MEUS as a reasonable solution for the ultrasonic supervision of various industrial applications like detection of diameter, object detection, fill level control, heights or distance measurement. The new screw-in ultrasonic sensor MEUS stands in three construction forms (M12 / M18 / M30) in stainless steel housing for the choice. The detection range is according to implementation from 150 mm up to 3500 mm. The especially space-saving M18-construction form can be also installed in constricted room easily in compact plant and machinery. The MEUS is designed in 3-wire technology and optionally equipped with two configurable electronic limit value contacts. As output signal, the ultrasonic sensor delivers 4...20 mA and a heterodyned HART communication signal. For the configuration, the sensor can be connected to a PC via USB by an optionally available HART interface. The desired switch point setting is regulated fast and simply by keys or software.

Based on an ingenious modular concept, the ME sensors series by Müller Industrie-Elektronik is technically designed so adaptably, that all sensors of this series are available for all industrial uses as pure transmitter versions, as well as switch variants in cost-optimised base equipment as well as in electronic full equipment with display, switch points and HART signal or as an additional option with radio transmission within a short time.

More information about the modularity of the ME sensors series at or at Hannover Fair, 07. - 11.04.14, Müller Industrie-Elektronik GmbH in hall 11/B34.
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