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Ex rated explosion proof housing for optical sensor range

12 June 2009

Leuze electronic have extended their range of explosion proof optical sensors and have introduced a range of protection housings. These housings can be fitted to Leuze electronic’s standard sensors to enable their installation in potentially explosive atmospheres.
The PH 3B55 Ex-n protective housings provide optical detection, contrast scanning, and distance measurement from their 3B, 25B and 55 series ranges.

Ex rated explosion proof housing for optical sensor range
Ex rated explosion proof housing for optical sensor range

Sensors correctly mounted in the protective housing can be used in Zone 2 and Zone 22 of Group II, category 3 according to the Cenelec classification. In Zone 22, the devices can be used with conductive and non-conductive dust. The sensors also comply with IEC EN 60079-15 and IEC EN 61241-1.

Leuze also offer a far-reaching range of machine safety protection includes laser scanners and safety light curtains with integrated AS-i Safe and muting solutions, as well as Robust, and Ex rated versions. Leuze electronic also provide a machine safety inspection service, which will access machines using any make of safety light curtain.

Leuze’s third product family includes Barcode, 2D Code, Direct Marking & RFID, in a feature rich range which includes features such as code fragment technology, auto-focusing and omni-directional scanning. Extensive interconnectivity options are available including integrated Profibus or CAN protocols.

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