Huba Control AG – Stand B1

On Stand B1 Huba Control AG will be exhibiting its extensive range of pressure and flow sensors including the recently introduced Programmable Electronic Pressure switches the Type 540 and Type 548. The parameters of both switches are easily adjusted with two function keys in the configuration menu and offer 2 programmable switching outputs. Both have a compact and rugged construction and are equipped with diagnostic functions and the large 4 digit display assures a good accuracy of reading.

The Type 540 has a stainless steel cell and is available in pressure ranges 0…60 – 600 bar whilst the Type 548 has a ceramic cell with pressure ranges -1…0 – 40 bar. In addition to voltage and current output both also offer switching outputs up to maximum 200 mA, contact NO or contact NC.

Additional products being displayed include the recently extended its range of flow sensors that are based on Karman’s vortex trail principle, with the introduction of 2 new ranges the Type 325 & Type 326 and by enhancing the existing flow rates of the Type 200 and Type 210 to allow flow rates as low as 0.5 litres per minute.

With no moving parts the flow sensor is particularly well suited for applications such as integral pump flow sensors for central heating boilers. The sensors are available to measure liquid flow rates up to 240 litres per minute in standard DN6, DN8, DN10, DN15, DN20, DN25 & DN32 sizes with and without temperature measurement.

Level Pressure Sensor

The OEM level sensing pressure transmitter Type 712 is manufactured using an absolute pressure measuring cell with an adjusted and amplified sensor signal and is available with various cable lengths from 2 to 30 metres. The Type 712 offers EX protection as well as versions with integrated temperature measurement.

Huba Control AG – Branch Office UK

Unit 13 Berkshire House

County Park Business Centre

Shrivenham Road

Swindon

Wilts

SN1 2NR

Call: 01993 776667

Email: info.uk@hubacontrol.com

Click: www.hubacontrol.com

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