Thanks to their rugged and compact housings, the pressure sensors are highly suitable for use in hydraulics, pneumatics and process engineering. Wenglor offers high-performance pressure transmitters based on a modular system for individualized customer solutions with various housings, process connections, analog outputs and switching outputs, as well as measuring ranges from -1 to +600 bar.
Combined Measurement with weFlux² Pressure Sensors
weFlux² sensors offer the unique capability of simultaneously measuring relative pressure and the temperature of the respective medium. Customers benefit from reduced costs because no additional temperature sensors are required for monitoring processes. The analysis module is also integrated into the housing. This is especially advantageous in compact systems and machines with limited mounting space.
Optimizing Processes with IO-Link
Pressure sensors from the weFlux² series communicate intelligently, and in real-time, via the latest IO-Link standard. The generated data make it possible to optimize processes and accelerate initial start-up with the help of the sensor’s automatic setup procedure. Sensor replacement is quick and uncomplicated with the help of data storage and requires no programming, thus increasing system availability.
uniBar Pressure Sensors with Display
uniBar sensors are available as digital pressure gauges. They’re equipped with a 7-segment display from which measured values can be easily read. The uniform design with intuitive control and connection concepts offers maximized user-friendliness.
Flush mounting sensors from the uni product range are ideal for CIP processes which have been integrated into the system. Within this context, Wenglor offers pressure sensors with stainless steel housings and metal diaphragms for demanding hygiene requirements.
- Process monitoring
- Monitoring and regulating pressure in filling systems
- Monitoring of compressed air systems
- Fill level determination in tank/silo systems
- Pressure regulation of aggregates
- Filter monitoring