25 May, 2018

SMC pressure sensor with M12 connector for general fluids

01 December, 2015

Pneumatics solutions provider, SMC, has designed an easy to install pressure sensor for non-corrosive gas or liquids that reduces operating costs.


The PSE570 is suitable for a wide range of applications such as liquid coolant pressure control, discharge pressure control for compressors and suction verification of work pieces containing moisture.

It has been designed with efficiency in mind and is very quick and simple to wire thanks to its M12 connector. Able to withstand unexpected surges in pressure, up to three times greater than the rated pressure, the PSE570 is also able to cope with sudden voltages as high as 500 V AC, reducing the risk of damage and extending its operating life.

Simple to connect

A spokesman for SMC said: “By listening to our customers, we’ve been able to develop an easy-to-use pressure sensor for general purpose fluids. The PSE570 lasts longer than other sensors of its kind and is simple to connect, making it a very versatile product and a great addition to our existing sensor range.”

SMC’s extensive pressure sensor range includes compact and lightweight solutions for pneumatic applications and general purpose sensors applicable for a variety of gas and fluids. All of these can be controlled from a remote location thanks to SMC’s range of controllers.

SMC added: “The addition of the PSE570 Series completes the cycle of sensor options for our customers. Whatever their requirement – whether it’s working with highly corrosive fluids or just air – SMC has a sensor to meet our customers’ needs.”

www.smcpneumatics.co.uk




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