Capacitive Sensor Specialists
Rechner Sensors is a specialist in capacitive sensing technology for automation, level control, and quality control applications.The Rechner product line includes over 3000 Capacitive prox, Inductive prox, Magneto-Resistive sensors, Power Supply Logic Controllers, Flow Sensors, and EX barriers all in different sizes and mounting options.
Come and visit Rechner Automation Inc. at the Powder and Bulk Solids trade show in Montreal, QC, Canada. We will be featuring our Norm Line Series of sensors that are made right here in Canada. Keep a look out for our popular flush mount, AC/DC, NO / NC switchable sensor.
Please stop by our booth:
Powder and Bulk Solids
November 30th - December 1st, 2016
Montreal (Quebec), ON
Booth # 2529
Smart Paddle Sensor
The new Smart Paddle sensor promises to keep level control easy. this capacitive sensor is designed to work in almost the entire range of dielectric constants (2 to 80) without adjustment out of the box. This is all due to the brand new, unique, patent pending sensor design and is 35% less expenisve than the standard M30 high performance sensor.
Along with the wide sensing range, this sensor also has the following features:
- High Performance function, Quattro EMC electrical Prtotect
- Made of food contact safe material LCP (FDA conforming)
- Safe for CIP/SIP high temperature cleaning (zero-current, 121 Celcius) for the pharmaceutical industry
- suitable for high pressure (10 bar, 145 PSI)
NEW: AC/DC NormLine Capacitive Sensor with NO or NC output
Rechner Sensors has expanded their manufacturing base by adding manufacturing of their Normline Series sensors to one of their North American offices to better serve the market with a competitively priced, superior product.
As part of the Normline series of sensors this switchable AC/DC sensor is designed to be low cost while still being superior to standard capacitive sensors on the market. These advantages include a recessed 20 turn potentiometer, an IP67 cover, and a switch to choose NO or NC function.
Contact us for more information, or click this link for product specifications.
EGI-Rechner Logic Controllers
Rechner USA has officially launched their new upgraded series of EGI controllers. The new upgraded series now has 580 mA of output current which will now support high end KFS and KXS filling level systems as well as other power hungry sensing technologies such as ultrasonic sensors. Compatibility is never an issue with universal AC input (100-240 VAC), PNP/NPN autodetect signal input, and relay signal output. EGI-RLC series logic controllers with built-in power supply make integrating sensors into new and existing applications easy.
Choice of signal outputs include: Relay, Relay with Time Delay logic, and Relay with Min-Max logic. Contact us for more information, or click this link for product specifications.
Check out our Featured Products:
Rechner quality capacitive sensors for easy to detect materials that also give you the capability to boast that your capacitive sensors were made in North America. Learn more about the NL-Series by visiting the following link: 2-page flyer.
The new 26-Series sensors are an ideal replacement for vibrating-rod/tuning fork/paddle wheel type sensors. With no moving parts, the risk of mechanical failure is removed. Learn more about the 26-Series by visiting the following links: 2-page flyer, White paper.
The LevelMaster-Series picks up where the standard 26-Series sensors leave off. The LevelMaster is able to accurately detect the level of highly conductive viscous materials like ketchup, fish batters, and other salt based materials. Learn more about the LevelMaster-Series by visiting the following link: 2-page flyer.
The iLevel-Series probes are a new member of the KF-series dubbed the KFi. By using new advancements in integrated circuit deisgns, the iLevel sensor is able to integrate the electronic components that are usually contained in the KFA amplifier units into the body of the probe. This greatly reduces the footprint of the KF system as well as the cost. Learn more about the iLevel-Series by visiting the following link: 1 page flyer.