By DE Editors
Banner Engineering announced the SureCross Q45 Remote Device (RD model, the latest addition to the company’s line of wireless sensors. The Q45 RD model is capable of interfacing with isolated dry contacts or PNP outputs, allowing the RD to interface with almost any digital sensor, the company says. It also features a mode for interfacing directly with NAMUR inductive proximity sensors.
The unit operates on less than 100uA of current, allowing the battery to last up to five or more years, depending on the application.
“The RD model extends the flexibility of our SureCross Q45 wireless sensor family even further,” said Bob Gardner, senior product manager at Banner. “With the ability to interface with any PNP or dry contact outputs, the RD model provides our customers with the flexibility to solve diverse industrial control applications. This is the ideal solution for call for parts or call for service applications.”
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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.