It was worth the wait: after a few years of “SPS absence”, Knick is back this November and will be presenting its latest interface technology products in Hall 10.0 at Stand 412.
Our novelties in Nuremberg: New high-voltage transducers with functional safety
Among the latest innovations that we will be showcasing in Nuremberg are the high voltage transducers of the new P45000 series. The transducers for measuring direct and alternating voltages up to 4500 V DC and 3000 V AC are the first devices in their class worldwide to be certified for applications with functional safety up to SIL 3. Their exceptionally slim housing concept ensures space-saving baying on DIN rails and, if required, also allows flexible mounting under challenging installation conditions.
Presentation on the P45000
Interested parties can also find out more about the technical features and application scenarios of the new P45000 high voltage transducers in the presentation
“High-voltage measurement with functional safety” by our Business Development Manager Dipl.-Ing. Holger Blaak.
The presentation will take place on
Wednesday, November 15
from 10:30 to 10:50 a.m.
in Forum Hall 6.
Further product highlights at our exhibition booth
Other product highlights at our booth include the new P16800 speed signal doubler and P41000AG high voltage signal conditioner.
The new P16800 speed signal doubler with functionally safe signal processing simplifies the design or retrofitting of applications in which pulse signals from a rotary encoder are required by several downstream evaluation units. P16800 decouples the speed signals from single or dual-channel speed sensors in a non-interacting manner in accordance with SIL 4 and transmits the pulses to the control system in an electrically isolated and functionally safe manner in accordance with SIL 2.
The P41000AG (Adaptive Gain) high voltage signal conditioner was designed by us for special current measurement requirements in electrical supply systems and large power consumers. The signal conditioner is used both to monitor high regular supply currents and to accurately measure short-circuit currents up to 11 times the rated current.
Have we aroused your curiosity? Then we look forward to your visit.