The SW-2 proximity sensor is an electronically controlled switch activated by most materials. The use of electronic rather than mechanical switches ensures reliability, particularly as the electronics are completely sealed, which gives maximum protection against humidity, dust, and the like.
New Proximity Switch SW-2 feeding Sensor for broiling feeding line
Power : 90VAC-240VAC
Frequency : 45-65Hz
Consumption : 1VA
Maximum voltage relay switch : 220/240 VAC
Relay maximum power : 5A at cos phi = 1
2A at cos phi = 0.8
0.35A at cos phi = 0.4
Activate distance : According raw material 0-15mm
Delay time : 0-2 hours
Protection grade : IP67
Operating temperature of the surrounding : -20 - 75 centigrade
Storage temperature of the surrounding : -30 - 85 centigrade
Cable : 5 pcs 1m length cable, 2 colors LED display
Weight : 280g
The SW-2 is designed with a built-in microprocessor, which gives the unit unparalleled performance in sensitivity, time delay accuracy, ease of setup and a wide range of working temperatures. Equipped with a built-in changeover contact, it can stop the motor as feed reaches the sensor or start the motor when there is a lack of feed. The time delay is set by two pushbuttons with a delay ranging from 1 sec. to 2 hours, in 10-second increments. Connections are made via a 5-core cable directly to the power supply and to the motor overload relay, alternatively to the motor itself (220V AC, max. 1 HP).
The SW2 feed sensor can replace any mechanical feed micro switch in the hopper, silo and last feeder.
The SW2 feed sensor microprocessor gives the unit unparalleled performance in sensitivity, time delay accuracy, ease of setup and a wide range of working temperatures.
Two colored led indicator lights display the current status.
Livestock feeding systems for poultry or pigs
The sw2 sensors efficiently control the fodder and seed supply. The sensors detect feed levels in the storage tank and in the feeding line, they control the start and stop of the feeding line, ensuring uniform, simultaneous and precise dosing and providing equal and comfortable access of feed for all birds or pigs.