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ProxiPlus - up to 100% more sensing distance

The new inductive ProxiPlus series of Proxitron offers you not only more operating distance. The new inductive sensors offer you the opportunity to use a smaller housing with the constant or bigger switching distance than before. Also you can use the bigger switching distance  to remove the sensor from a critical area for mechanical hazards and to extend its life. Of course, you can use the ProxiPlus series even at permanent ambient temperatures of up to 70 ° C.

IPL 030 - Sensing distance (Sn) 30 mm

  • Housing: M30 / L=80 mm
  • Housing material: PBT
  • Protection class: IP 67

IPH 035 - Switching distance (Sn) 35 mm

  • Housing: cylindrical, Ø 34 / L=80 mm
  • Housing material: PBT
  • Protection class: IP 67

IPH 055 - Sensing distance (Sn) 55 mm

  • Housing: Ø 54 / L=68 mm
  • Housing material: PBT
  • Protection class: IP 67

IPK 080 - Sensing distance (Sn) 80 mm

  • Housing: 80x80x40
  • Housing material: PBT
  • Protection class: IP 67

IPJ 090 - Sensing distance (Sn) 90 mm

  • Housing: Ø 80 / H=67 mm
  • Housing material: PBT, aluminium
  • Protection class: IP 67

IPN 105 - Sensing distance (Sn) 105 mm

  • Housing: 110x110x43 mm
  • Housing material: PBT
  • Protection class: IP 67

IPO 150 - Sensing distance (Sn) 150 mm

  • Housing: 163 / H=64 mm
  • Housing material: PBT
  • Protection class: IP 67

IPOH 150 - Sensing distance (Sn) 150 mm

  • Housing: 170x170x68 mm
  • Housing material: PBT/ aluminium
  • Protection class: IP 67

IPU 215 - Sensing distance (Sn) 150 mm

  • Housing: 280x150x68 mm
  • Housing material: PBT/ aluminium
  • Protection class: IP 67

IPHT 034 - Sensing distance (Sn) 34 mm

  • Housing: cylindrical 35 Ø / L=90 mm
  • Housing material: PBT
  • Protection class: IP 68
  • for aggressiv surroundings

IPJH 090 - Sensing distance (Sn) 90 mm

  • Housing: cylindrical,80 Ø / H=70 mm
  • Housing material: PBT
  • Protection class: IP 67

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