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Modular sensor platform with IO-Link

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SENSORS FOR FOOD AND BIOPHARMA. Modular sensor platform with IO-Link Maximal flexibility for individual process applications. Process connection For a wide variety of applications IO-Link Interface Extra digital data transfer Housing orientation As required Standard components Sensor Reducing maintenance and storage costs Turbidity Conductivity Level Optional with Remote version Large User Interface The sensors ITM-51 for turbidity, ILM-4 for conductivity and NSL-F for level are based on the innovative, modular Anderson-Negele system platform. This landmark concept with universally interchangeable components now offers, as an addition to the analog data transfer, a new digital IO-Link* interface. The sophisticated Anderson-Negele platform unifies all existing, proved and tested functions with the benefits of the digital IO-Link technology. IO-Link allows for a faster, more precise and more substantial data transfer than other interfaces. The operation set-up is easy and needs only reduced time and effort due to the simplified standard IO cable connection and parametrization. IO-Link: The interface with many benefits Control level »» Universal interface for all sensor types, with automatic sensor identification »» Standard cable without need for configuration »» No need for scaling Field level »» Several sensors can be merged in one IO Link Master and connected to the PLC with only one cable »» Parallel transfer of diverse values »» Direct supervision of the processes due to more status information and more precise data Sensor level »» Sensor interchange or replacement of the universal components simply by plug-off / plug-on * Available as standard f

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Turbidity sensor ITM-51 Active automated phase separation by inline-analysis of the turbidity and pinpoint switching of the processes: Save resource and cost with turbidity measurement. ITM-51 in production processes: HOW MUCH RESOURCE DO YOU LOSE ·· Minimization of resource loss ·· Reliable prevention of wrong media filling ·· Less cost for waste water treatment ·· Less need for laboratory analyses ·· Controlled quality of products such as milk / cream resp. beer / wort ITM-51 in CIP / SIP cleaning processes: ·· Control of the degree of pollution ·· Optimal use of cleaning agents ·· Cost...

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