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Hansford Sensors, the leading UK manufacturer of high performance industrial accelerometers, has launched two new cable and connector sets for use with its existing range of vibration sensors.

The new HS-AC334 and HS-AC335 cable assemblies have been developed for use in applications where IP67 sealing is required, or where vibration sensors have to be used in extreme operating temperatures.

The new cable assemblies are rated for use between -80 and +200 degrees Celsius and are manufactured from FEB (Fluorinated ethylene propylene). This is flexible, robust and provides excellent dielectric strength, making it ideal for a wide range of industrial and process duties.

The HS-AC334 and 335 can be supplied with straight or right-angle two-pin MS connectors, or with three-pin connectors for use with dual output sensors, and are available in a variety of standard or custom built lengths. The new cables are designed for use with most of Hansford Sensors’ industrial accelerometers, including the AC, 4-20mA and dual outputvibration and temperature sensors.

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About Hansford Sensors: The International Centre of Excellence for Vibration Monitoring
Hansford Sensors Ltd specialises in the design and manufacture of accelerometers for monitoring vibration and temperature levels of industrial machinery, playing a key part in the role of predictive maintenance. Products include intrinsically safe models for approved use in Group I (Mining) and Group II (Petrochemical). Hansford Sensors Ltd alsosupply multi-sensor switch boxes, vibration sensor modules, portable vibration meters, accessories for sensors, vibration condition monitoring protection systems and custom built vibration sensors.

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