Offering you a complete choice of products which include photoelectric sensor, accelerometer vibration sensor, flow meter cum totalizer, digital pressure sensors, autoclave rtd temperature sensor and autonics proximity sensor.
Photoelectric sensors use a beam of light to detect the presence or absence of an object. This technology is an ideal alternative to inductive proximity sensors when you require long sensing distances or when the item you want to sense is non-metal. Our photoelectric sensors satisfy applications found in many industries, such as material handling, packaging, food processing, and transportation. For your specialized applications that require a non-standard connector or cable, we can customize the sensor connections.
Vibration sensors are sensors for measuring, displaying, and analyzing linear velocity, displacement and proximity, or acceleration. ... Therefore, vibration analysis is used as a tool to determine equipment condition as well as the specific location and type of problems
We are offering high quality Field Mounting Digital Flow Controller. Our offered indicator is used for indicating the water flow in M3/hr / LPH / LPM / LPS / GPMus / GPMuk and also totaliser reading in m3 / Liters / Gallon. The offered Field Mounting Digital Flow Controller is offered in various specifications at the most reasonable price to the clients.
we are offering Pressure Sensor to our client's. This series is based on the stable piezoresistive transducer with analog electronics. The zero point and sensitivity, and the temperature coefficients for the zero point and sensitivity are compensated by resistors and/or potentiometers.
Autoclave RTD sensors are designed to withstand the high pressure and temperature environment of the sterilization process in autoclaves. These products are often found operating in pharmaceutical facilities and laboratories.
Our autoclave RTDs can measure temperature upto 150°C. Their thick walled silicone rubber jacket and strain relief sleeve ensure a leak proof joint and they can be completely submerged in water.
Proximity sensors are used across a broad range of industrial and manufacturing applications. They're used to sense the presence of objects or materials and then either initiate some action or simply flag their presence or absence