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New electrical position indicator for high-purity valves

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GEMÜ says its new C12A electrical position indicator offers intelligent process automation in the chemical and semiconductor industry.

The position indicator is available as a mounting part for the pneumatically operated Gemü C50 iComLine diaphragm globe valves and is particularly suitable for automation in wet process equipment.

The C12A detects the position of the valve spindle contactlessly. An electrical signal transmits the respective position of the valve (open/closed) to the plant control system.

The company cites its compact design, reliablity and simplicity of installation as key distinguishing features.

It is available for all nominal sizes in the Gemü C50 iComLine series and can also be adapted to the company‘s PC50 iComLine M-block. The position indicator can be pre-assembled or supplied as a retrofit kit. The electrical position indicator has the IP 64 electrical protection class and is operated with a 24 V DC connection.

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