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STW control units and I/O modules are ideal for tough environments and extreme temperatures

09 August 2012

011Based on over 25 years’ experience with industrial vehicles the freely programmable STW control units and I/O modules are ideal for tough environments and extreme temperatures (-40...+85°C). All modules include protection against short circuits and have inbuilt diagnostics for all inputs and outputs. They offer flexible digital and analogue inputs and outputs, RPM inputs and PWM power outputs with current regulation. Robust cast aluminium housings (optionally IP67/IP69K) offer a high level of protection against electro-magnetic disturbances as well as mechanical protection. STW control units satisfy the standards of passenger, construction and agricultural vehicles and machines.

Sensor-Technik UK is the UK & Ireland representative of Sensor-Technik Wiedemann (STW), Germany. Sensor-Technik UK was established in 2001 to provide integrated control and measurement solutions and is established as one of the UK's leading integrated control providers. We are able to support many different applications using our dedicated suite of controllers, sensors and HMIs as well as offering the following services: System Design Consultancy, Full Application Development, Electronic Control Unit Sales, Measurement Sensor Sales, Product Development, Manufacturing, after-sales Support and Customer Training

Mark Wood (General Manager)

+44(0)1234 270 770

www.sensor-technik.co.uk

mark.w@sensor-technik.co.uk


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