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To meet the ever-shrinking dimensional needs of devices on the factory floor, Turck has developed a compact TBEN-S-RFID interface with an IP67 rating.
New Minifast HD options offers customers a trusted solution in any rugged environment.
IO-Link technology allows for more flexibility and intelligence to be integrated into sensing applications.
3/7/2017Our cable solutions carry a wide variety of agency approvals for use in the most demanding industries.
The PT2000 is an ideal solution for water pumping, hydraulic, and refrigeration applications.
The Q175 compact UHF read/write head is the latest addition to the company’s comprehensive RFID portfolio.
The products offer a complete cable assembly solution, saving labor and installation time.
HL (Hazardous Location) receptacle extension providing users with a connectivity solution for Class I, Division 1 (CI D1) locations.
Turck introduces the TS530 temperature sensor, the latest addition to the company’s temperature sensor line.
With the ability to consolidate up to eight individual, localized analog or discrete signals into a single device, Turck's new stainless steel process junction box streamlines connectivity requirements.
The sensors provide reliable detection for the presence or absence of welded nuts in automotive applications.
Designed to provide flexible communication capabilities, the BL67 modular I/O system elevates a variety of I/O signals to common industrial Ethernet networks, including digital inputs, digital outputs, analog I/O and specialty I/O such as serial interfaces and RFID.
Turck announces its new line of inductive angle sensors for rotary actuators. Operating with the inductive resonant circuit measuring principle, these inductive angle sensors deliver enhanced valve monitoring on rotary actuators.
Turck introduces overmolded valve plug cordsets. The overmolded face eliminates the need for an additional sealing gasket ensuring optimal performance in harsh environments.
The handheld provides customers with a lightweight, easy to use smartphone RFID reader system.
The gateway supports both Modbus RTU and the ASCII protocol and is configurable as either RS485 or RS232 for the physical interface.
Turck introduces the new QR24 rotary position sensor. Designed from the company’s rotary inductive sensor technology, the QR24 provides contactless position detection and wear-free performance in a variety of industrial applications.
Turck introduces six line extensions to its ultrasonic sensor offerings.
The new EtherNet/IP encoders are available in both singleturn and multiturn variants.
The new offering is ideal for situations involving gas turbines, skids, compressors, and shipboard applications.
Both new product offerings provide customers with a rotary valve sensing solution for harsh environments.
Users can save valuable space while greatly reducing overall system costs.
The TBEN-L Ethernet spanner offers a much needed solution for applications dealing with multiple protocols on the same networks.
ARGEE empowers manufacturers to add logic to compatible I/O devices without a PLC, driving down the cost per I/O point and increasing flexibility in control.
The newly designed offering provides an ideal solution for mobile equipment and oil and gas applications.
The updated catalog provides readers with over 700 pages of connectivity solutions from Turck.
This new piece of literature provides an overview of the many Mil-Spec solutions designed by Turck.
10/28/2016Turck's new TX500 HMI series offers control, operation, and visualization in a single device.
Turck is proud to announce the addition of the Q80WD sensor to its lineup of washdown sensors.
The new offering comes in two variants - teach by wire or teach by button.
Turck is introducing high-pressure inductive sensors in an M12 housing.
2/9/2016MINNEAPOLIS, MN - 2/9/16
Turck's Uprox3 sensor series was awarded a 2016 Golden Mousetrap Award for excellence in Automation & Control.
1/29/2016With the extended range additions, Turck furthers its most complete line of stainless steel faced sensors in North America.
Turck announces the high speed Q25 inductive linear sensor to the automation market.
Turck announces an expansion to the YB2 line of compact disconnect splitters with LEDs.
The Q80L800, with a sensing range of 800 mm, offers an ideal solution for close and medium HF applications, such as conveyor applications, and expands the sensing area, providing improved performance and higher read rates of tags.
Turck’s new compact Ethernet multiprotocol I/O modules make standard switching signals quickly and effectively bus-capable.
Turck announces the addition of a compact stainless steel housed sensor to its line of Q08 sensors.
The new ultrasonic sensor series from Turck enables the user to cover large sensing ranges with fewer sensor variants and short blind zones.
Turck has added a variant with a CANopen interface to its QR24 rotary inductive sensor series.
Turck has added the Q4.7 series of rectangular inductive sensors to its range of miniature sensors.
Turck released a new QR24 rotary inductive sensor to expand programmability for industrial applications and improve rotary position feedback for the mobile equipment market.
To keep up with the continuing shrinking sizes of control devices, Turck is excited to announce its smallest Industrial Ethernet connectivity solution available to date.
Turck presents the first ultra-compact, digital block-I/O modules of the new TBEN-S (Small) series.
In response to a growing need for sensors that can withstand high pressure applications, Turck is introducing an extension to their CRS series with a new offering of high pressure inductive sensors.
To reduce installation time and increase reliability of Deutsch connectors, Turck developed its new Deutsch DT series of overmolded connectors for the mobile equipment industry.
Turck updated and upgraded its Foundation™ fieldbus and Profibus PA cables, designing in ruggedness for use in extreme environments.
To broaden the functionality of its temperature transmitters, Turck expanded its TTM sensor line to include dynamic programmability and special features via IO-Link.
With the ability to transfer up to 10 gigabits per second (Gbps) of data, Turck’s new M12 X-Code connector increases throughput and efficiency in high-end systems and applications.
The new passive junction boxes with stainless steel ports help plants integrate multiple devices into a single unit, and consolidate the number of cables on the plant floor.
Turck announces its single and dual axis inclinometer is now approved for use in Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C and D hazardous classified locations.
Turck is proud to announce the addition of new 4 mm and 5 mm barrel sensors to its existing lineup.
Turck announces the availability of a redesigned VB2 splitter with LEDs.
Turck is expanding its line of In-Cabinet, Block I/O stations with the addition of the FEN20 I/O stations for Industrial Ethernet.
Turck expands the QR24 rotary position sensor line with the addition of incremental and analog outputs.
Turck expands its Powerfast line of connectivity products to include a full line of solutions for process automation applications.
To answer the need for cables that can withstand the harshest cold-weather environments imaginable, Turck announces a new platform cable offering: Extremelife-60.
In order to meet the demands of harsh applications, Turck has expanded its QR24 line of contactless rotary position sensors to include a version with stainless steel housing.
10/20/201522/15 – Turck is adding modules with AIDA connection technology for the automotive industry to its TBEN multiprotocol series
10/20/201516/15 – Turck customers can now have their smart labels customized
10/20/201514/15 – TSM Tool updates application software and configuration files of all Turck solutions.
6/8/201512/15 – Turck's latest IMX18-CCM cabinet condition monitor continuously monitors the relevant ambient variables inside control cabinets
3/11/201509/15 – Turck's new Uprox®3 series offers the most compact designs up to 4 mm in diameter and the largest switching distances for all metals.
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