Balluff offers you a broad portfolio of electronic pressure transmitters and pressure sensors for the continuous measurement of the state variable pressure as well as for the limiting pressure detection of liquid, gaseous and paste-like media. The intelligent and versatile configuration possibilities allow for optimum adaptation to individual requirements, such as a large selection of process connections. We also provide sophisticated solutions for hygiene applications.
With the Balluff IO-Link pressure gauge, the pressure is monitored during production right where the action takes place. IO-Link technology eliminates need for expensive shield cable runs and transfers information to the controller in digital format-- in desired units such as psi or bar. IO-Link also eliminates need for special software or interfaces to parametrize the sensor when it is first installed or when replaced. Through automatic parameterization feature, the controller directly download the correct set of parameters when it detects the changes in the sensor.
Perfect closure of the clamping plates requires the correct pressure. Balluff pressure sensors with stainless steel housings enable reliable pressure monitoring of the hydraulic circuit. Equipped with IO-Link, the pressure sensors relay their values directly to the controller to allow for precise closed-loop control.
Balluff pressure transmitters monitor the pressure in the curing press accurately and reliably. Eleven different pressure ranges, voltage or current outputs as well as various process connections are available.
Sensors with extremely low drift, such as the BSP pressure sensors from Balluff, ensure efficient water cooling. They are ideal for use in the steel plant, where they ensure a long, stable pressure measurement process on blast and electric arc furnaces.
Functional reliability during surface finishing is guaranteed by our HCL-resistant BSP pressure sensors, because they enable reliable pressure measurement of process media even if they come into contact with aggressive media such as hydrochloric acid.