Industrial Automation

Temperature sensor TBS – SICK

The TBS temperature switch is easy to use and has a rugged design. It is designed for temperature measurement and monitoring of operating liquids, such as hydraulic oils, coolant lubricants and cleaning liquids in machine building and manufacturing.
With up to two binary outputs and one analog output, it can be used in many applications. A large, well legible display and three pushbuttons facilitate setup. The intuitive menu navigation and display use familiar and standardized features and programming. The switching state of the binary outputs is displayed by highly visible LEDs. During installation, the TBS is uniquely flexible due to its two rotation locations. It is possible to rotate the display and the process connection independently of the sensor body, ensuring both clean cable layout and that the display is facing the user. Temperature measurement is done using a Pt1000 element that is located in the tip of the stainless steel probe.
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  • Large display, IO-Link 1.1;
  • Individually programmable transistor outputs PNP or NPN, optional analog output 4 mA ... 20 mA or 0 V ... 10 V;
  • Round connector M12 x 1;
  • Measuring ranges –20 °C ... +120 °C;
  • Pt1000 element, accuracy class A (IEC 60751);
  • Various insertion lengths and connection threads;
  • Wetted parts made from corrosion-resistant stainless steel 1.4571;
  • Enclosure rating IP 65 and IP 67.
  • Quick and safe set-up through superior ease of use;
  • Compact dimensions and rotatable housing facilitate integration;
  • Very reliable: splash-proof housing, high-grade materials, rugged design, and field-proven technology;
  • Very good long-term stability, accuracy and linearity;
  • Quick response time;
  • Versatile configuration allows for optimal solutions for specific requirements.
  • General industrial temperature measurement;
  • Continuous temperature measurement and monitoring of temperature limits;
  • Local temperature display;
  • Well suited for temperature monitoring of operating liquids, such as hydraulic oils, cooling liquids and cleaning lubricants.

F.Fonseca is the representative of SICK in Portugal.
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