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Inductive sensors for hazardous areas

Typecode:

BES M30EH2-GNX10B-BT02-X03

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Product description

We offer inductive sensors for all Ex zones. Applications for these wear-free switches range from Zone 2/22, in which an explosive atmosphere rarely occurs (Category 3G/3D), to Zone 0/20, where the greatest explosion hazard is present.
With many sensor styles, we serve a broad range of applications so that you can handle a wide variety of requirements. The comprehensive portfolio includes, for example, pressure rated sensors up to 500 bar or sensors with extended temperature range — all in a variety of housing styles. The appropriate accessories, such as NAMUR switching amplifiers or single-ended cordsets, are also available.

Dimension
Ø 30 x 67 mm
Style
M30x1.5
Installation
for flush mounting
Range
10 mm
Interface
NAMUR
Switching frequency
380 Hz
Housing material
AISI 316Ti
Material sensing surface
PVDF/PTFE
Connection
Cable, FEP
Operating voltage Ub
7...9.6 VDC
Ambient temperature
-60...60 °C, see certificate
Ex category
NEC 500: Class I, Division 1, NEC 500: Class II, Division 1, NEC 500: Class III, Division 1, NEC 505: Class I, Zone 0, NEC 505: Zone 20
IP rating
IP67
Approval/Conformity
cCSAus
Technical documentation
  • Datasheet

  • MTTF Certificate

Product documentation
  • Certificate

    CSA 80041978 D20M99 (English)
    CSA 80043598 E20M99 (English)
  • Installation/Assembly manual

    GRUNDLAGE INDUKTIVE (German)
    BASICS INDUCTIVE (English)
  • Manual

    BES M30EH2-GNX10B-BT.-X03 'AO' (English, French)
Info material
No recommended accessories available.
ETIM 4.0
EC002714
ETIM 5.0
EC002714
ETIM 6.0
EC002714
ETIM 7.0
EC002714
UNSPSC 11
41111926
UNSPSC 7.0901
41111926
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27-27-01-01
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27-27-01-01