Individual conductive rod electrodes

The conductive sensors from Reed Electronics AG can be produced and adapted in line with customer requirements. The standard design can detect up to five switching points. The electrodes are cut to length and installed as per the customer’s needs.

The sensors with discreet switchpoints are used to detect limit levels. In this process, conductometry is used to detect whether there is any contact with the medium. Multiple electrodes can be installed and thus multiple limit levels can be detected with one sensor.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

  • Mechanical connections

    G1/4", G3/8", G1/2", G1", G1,5", G2", flange
    (optional incl. counter nut)

  • Mechanical materials

    PVC, PP and PVDF

  • Electrode dimensions

    Ø 5 mm

  • Electrode length

    1–2,000 mm
    (additional lengths upon request)

  • Installation type

    From the outside

  • Number of switchpoints

    1–5 switchpoints (optional: tank as the ground)

  • Electrical connections

    Socket, plug-in connector or as per a specific customer request

  • Socket materials

    Aluminium and polyamide

  • Cable materials on the output side

    PVC, PUR, silicone, Teflon, FEP or as per a specific customer request

  • Medium requirements

    Medium must be conductive

  • Temperature range

    -20°C to 140°C
    (dependent on the materials)

  • Pressure range

    Must not be used as a safety-relevant limiting device within the pressure range.

  • Protection class

    Up to IP68

  • Assembly

    Can be installed in assemblies

  • Note

    No integrated control unit

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