The IMR inductive proximity sensors are not the least bothered by magnetic interference fields or weld spatter, such as arise in resistance welding applications. IMR sensors are made without a ferrite core, which makes them magnetic field resistant, and also have a very high electromagnetic compatibility. Thanks to the rugged non-stick coating made from PTFE, these sensors provide very good protection against flying sparks and slag deposits, thereby guaranteeing a high operational safety. Since IMR sensors operate on the reduction factor 1 principle, they can detect all metals within the same sensing range. The very high sensing ranges of up to 75 mm help reduce mechanical damage to the sensors and therefore sensor failures, and increase plant availability.
- Types: M8 to M30, 40 x 40 mm and 80 x 80 mm
- Increased sensing range: up to 75 mm
- Electrical configuration: DC 3- and 4-conductor
- Enclosure rating: IP68
- Temperature range: –30° C to +85° C
- PTFE coating for cylindrical thread designs
- Reduction factor 1 for all metals
Technical data overview
|Housing||Cylindrical thread design / rectangular|
|Dimensions||40 mm x 40 mm x 65 mm
80 mm x 40 mm x 114 mm
|Diameter||Ø 8 mm … Ø 30 mm|
|Sensing range Sn||2 mm … 75 mm|
|Housing material||PTFE coating / plastic|
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