Part no.: S119
• Body Diameter: 19mm
• Sensor Mounting: M5 rod eyes or body clamps
• Available in any measurement angle from 0-5mm to 0-800m
• Sealed to IP68 10bar, 100msw, 145psi(for 350bar sealing see S125)
Based on Positeks well-proven, non-contacting PIPS® (Positek Inductive Position Sensor) technology, the new S119 features a choice of industry standard output options calibrated to a user-specified travel range up to 350 mm. With typical independent linearity of ? ± 0.25% FSO at 20°C, the fully submersible push rod style sensor includes IP68-10 bar/IP69K environmental protection in a robust 19 mm diameter 316 stainless steel housing with a wide choice of mounting options.
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