EGE-Elektronik Spezial-Sensoren GmbH - Special-Sensors for Automation

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EGE SDN 550

Sensor specialist EGE provides an IO-Link programmable inline flow sensor for OEMs and machine builders who need a compact, tamper-proof solution for flow measurement in aqueous media.
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EGE MFM 075

With the MFN series, EGE introduces a new generation of level sensors with guided microwave: thanks to its I/O-Link interface, the series enables continuous access by PLCs to process and parameterization data.
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EGE IGEX20Pa

The waterproof POLAR-Sensors of the series IGEX20Pa are suitable for temperatures down to – 60 °C (IP 68).
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EGE MDVH 3261

EGE has developed the new, compact, and highly robust MDVH amplifier with enhanced noise immunity for its System 3000 industrial metal detector.
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EGE Strömungssensor SDN 503/1 / EGE Flow sensor SDN 503/1

The SDN 501/1 GSP-DYN is a thermal flow sensor, which detects smallest dispensing volumnes.
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EGE Luftstromsensor Serie LDN / EGE Air flow sensor Series LDN

The Sensors support a broad variety of options for energy-efficient monitoring and control of compressed air networks.
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EGE SNS 552

The compact flowsensor SNS 552 measures the flow of water based media and displays the measuring values (liter or m³) in the display.
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EGE Strömungssensor Serie SDNC / EGE Flow sensor Series SDNC

SDNC 500 sensors with IO-Link function are the smart solution for process monitoring.
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EGE IGEXH

Sensors of the Series IGEXH are intrinsically safe inductive sensors for high-temperature applications in zone 0 hazardous gas atmospheres and zone 20 dust atmospheres
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EGE IGEXP

The new IGEXP series inductive proximity sensors for use in zone 0/20 hazardous areas are suitable for ambient temperatures from –60 °C to +60 °C.
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EGE GK EI 080

The GK series of terminal boxes allow for the safe connection of up to three circuits with "intrinsic safety" and "increased safety" type protection inside zone 1/21 hazardous areas, which provides for, for instance, the electrical connection of control units with sensors in exposed locations.
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