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Adjustable Depth Bearing Temperature Sensors

21 October 2010

4B’s adjustable depth bearing (ADB) temperature sensors have been designed to allow the depth of the probe to be adjustable depending on the application

The ADB series are available with three standard probe lengths of 2, 4 or 8 inches (50, 100 and 200mm), and screw directly into a bearing housing through the existing grease zerk thread.

There is no need to remove the sensor for bearing lubrication since each sensor is fitted with its own grease zerk.

The ADB series have NTC type thermistors which allow for continuous temperature monitoring, and they can be connected to a PLC or to a hazard monitoring system, such as 4B’s T500 Hotbus Elite or Watchdog Elite. The ADB Series of bearing temperature sensors have been approved for use in hazardous areas according to ATEX, CSA and IECEx.

4B Braime Elevator Components is a leading supplier of level controls, intelligent sensors and safety control systems that prevent costly downtime and minimise the risk of explosion in hazardous areas. For a catalogue or more in-depth information, visit 4B’s website at www.go4b.com or send an email to 4b-uk@go4b.com


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