Part no.: P118
• Body Diameter: 19mm
• Sensor Mounting: Flange or body clampsSpring loaded pushrod option available
• Available in any measurement range from 0-2mm to 0-50mm(for 51-100mm range see P138)
• Sealed to IP67
The P118 with its compact 19 mm diameter stainless steel body is an affordable, durable, accurate position sensor designed for a wide range of industrial applications. It is particularly suitable for OEMs seeking good sensor performance in situations where a small diameter, short-bodied sensor is needed and cost is important. The unit is compact and space-efficient, being responsive along almost its entire length, and like all Positek® sensors provides a linear output proportional to displacement.
Each unit is supplied with the output calibrated to the travel required by the customer, from 0-2mm to 0-50mm and with full EMC protection built in.
Overall performance, repeatability and stability are outstanding over a wide temperature range. The sensor is easy to install and set up. Mounting options include body clamps or a stainless steel mounting flange with two 3.2 mm by 30 degree wide slots on a 25 mm pitch. The stainless steel plunger can be supplied free or captive, with female M4 thread, or spring-loaded with a ball end. The P118 also offers a range of mechanical options, environmental sealing is to IP67.
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