The Wenglor INTT Inductive Sensors for Extreme Temperature ranges from Treotham detect metallic objects without contact at ambient temperatures up to 250°C.

The new INTT series has two new features that make it even more flexible and robust. For dynamic applications in hot areas, system builders can now choose from flexible cables and simple push/pull connectors. The plug-in sensor heads are therefore easy to replace.

The analysis module is also located directly in the M12 sensor plug. This offers added value for users who design or operate drying ovens for paint or surface coatings, for example.

INTT Inductive Sensors for Extreme Temperature Ranges have a long service life of up to five years. If the sensors need to be replaced due to mechanical damage, the new series can be replaced in just one simple movement, even at high heat.

The sensors have a temperature range between -10°C and +250°C and large switching distances between 15-40 mm. The PWIS-free INTT series from Treotham can be parameterised via an IO-Link interface.

Thanks to the integrated weproTec technology, several sensors can be installed directly next to each other in the tightest of spaces without interfering with each other.

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