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Sensor technology produced by elobau in a climate-neutral manner at the SPS 2022

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SPS 2022 will open its doors from November 8th to 11th and elobau will be there again this year. At stand 311 in hall 4A, the Allgäu manufacturer of sensors and machine safety solutions will be showing its broad portfolio of climate-neutrally produced solutions for a large number of automation applications.

elobau presents products from the fields of level measurement and machine safety to the trade audience in Nuremberg. A special highlight of the trade fair appearance will be the new suction lance eloLance. Designed for use in interchangeable canisters, the combination solution for liquid extraction and level measurement offers a particularly low extraction point. This enables more economical and sustainable use of the liquids and the residual quantities in the container are reduced. The eloLance works without seals, so it can do without media-specific seals and can therefore be used universally. The freely movable clamping cone also increases flexibility in use and reduces the need for model variants.

Another focus is on the safety evaluation unit eloFlex. With the help of its optimized software, it can implement up to four safety functions. These can be defined individually and as required using the online configurator at It is then produced in the specified configuration in a climate-neutral manner and delivered tamper-proof so that it can be installed directly.

Diverse sensors for level measurement and position detection

elobau’s float switches and magnetic sensors are available in many different versions. The different designs of the float switches offer ideal solutions for a large number of areas of application. The range includes miniature and immersion float switches for vertical installation and flip-up float switches for horizontal installation. The sensors allow both precise point level measurement and continuous level measurement. The magnetic sensors for detecting the position or status of movable guards will also be used in a practical, automated manner for visitors to the elobau stand. Thanks to the modular principle, they can be used to generate solutions for a wide variety of applications.

The company is showing sensors based on RFID technology with its eloProtect E series. This offers the user individual coding options and application-specific options for protection against manipulation. The sensors each have two safety outputs and inputs and offer short reaction times and the integrated safety evaluation unit with a particularly small size. Like many other products, the eloProtect E series can be tested in a practical test setup at the elobau booth.


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