EGE Pressure sensors

EGE pressure sensors feature a flush aluminum ceramic gauge head and are thus suitable for monitoring pressures and fill levels of even polluted and viscous media.

Description

EGE pressure sensors feature a flush aluminum ceramic gauge head and are thus suitable for monitoring pressures and fill levels of even polluted and viscous media.

Brand

EGE-Elektronik

EGE-Elektronik

EGE-Elektronik Spezial-Sensoren GmbH has been developing and manufacturing special purpose sensors for automation applications since 1976. The company serves leading international producers from a wide range of industries. Its product portfolio includes flow controllers, infrared, opto and ultrasonic sensors, capacitive proximity switches, light barriers and inductive proximity switches. EGE also provides sensors for highly sensitive applications, e. g. hazardous areas. The development department`s highly qualified staff cooperates closely with all customers, ensuring continuous product updates and enhancement.

EGE has been a pioneer in the field of flow controller and an innovator and decisive participant in the development of today’s globally utilized thermal flow controllers. The in-house EMC and test laboratories ensure that all inspections and tests required for permits and conformity certificates are carried out quickly and reliably. Product quality is guaranteed with a continuously monitored quality management system in accordance with EN ISO 9001:2000.

Features

  • Compact model with digital display
  • monitoring in pipes and containers
  • pressure up to 16 bar
  • level up to 10 m (-+ 1 cm)
  • programmable

Applications

  • pressure levels in pipes and containers.

Specifications

  • The medium contacts the sensor’s ceramic gauge head directly.
  • A pressure mediating fluid is not used.
  • The dry capacitive gauge head provides a high level of overload stability.
  • The medium pressure¬† a maximum of 0.03 mm.
  • Pressure range of 0 to 16 bar to withstand an overload
  • Pressure spike of up to 64 bar without being damaged.
  • When the overload passes, the membrane returns to its neutral position without exhibiting any hysteresis.