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NK Technologies: Current transducer

NK Technologies’ AT/ATR-LS combines a current transformer and signal conditioner designed for monitoring large loads; a large, split-core design can be installed over existing conductors without disconnecting the load, even in applications with multiple conductors per phase.
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Pepperl+Fuchs: Ultrasonic sensors

Pepperl+Fuchs’ IO-Link compatible Series IO ultrasonic sensors with pushbutton programming provide fast and easy on-site sensor parameterization without software, and unlock a series of control functions that customize the sensor for installation in the most challenging environments.
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AutomationDirect: Ultrasonic liquid level sensors

Designed to replace float, conductance, and pressure sensors, AutomationDirect’s Flowline EchoTouch, EchoSpan, and EchoSwitch lines of ultrasonic liquid level sensors and transmitters, as well as the PodView digital level indicator, are suitable for small, medium, and large capacity tanks.
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AutomationDirect: Ultrasonic sensors

AutomationDirect’s ultrasonic sensor line now includes additional 18mm and 30mm round plastic DC models available with discrete or analog outputs.
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Pepperl + Fuchs: Miniature ultrasonic sensors

The F77 Series Ultrasonic Sensors from Pepperl+Fuchs are designed to be an alternative to background suppression photoelectric sensors in dirty and dusty application environments, and in applications where color variations or transparent targets are the norm.
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