Cavity Pressure Sensor Ideal for Tightly Packed Ejector Pins
RJG releases a 250 lb 6 mm cavity pressure sensor ideal for high cavitation molds with small, tightly packed ejector pins so users can measure cavity pressure in order to improve quality and reduce costs.
RJG releases a 250 lb 6 mm cavity pressure sensor ideal for high cavitation molds with small, tightly packed ejector pins so users can measure cavity pressure in order to improve quality and reduce costs. There are now two models available, one rated to 50 pounds for use with the ejector pins up to 1/8 inch (3 mm) diameter, and the newest one is rated to 250 pounds for pins up to ¼ inch (6 mm) diameter.
The 6 mm sensor is a robust, indirect (under the pin) pressure sensor that works in conjunction with the eDart System to assist molders in diagnosing processes and automatically sorting suspect parts. The 6 mm sensor head is the smallest strain gage sensor available, permitting the use in molds that may have tight clusters of pins with limited room. The new model is designed with a sensor head that matches the dimension and installation pocket of the Piezoelectric 9211 6 mm button. The connector cables can be bent and folded without damage, making them more flexible and easier to maneuver around obstacles. Features of the 6 mm sensor include a 6 mm diameter and height, flexible, robust, order-to-length cables and it is not susceptible to moisture or contamination. The 6 mm sensor is part of the company’s Multi-Channel Strain Gage sensor line, which was designed to simplify in-mold installations for molds with four or more sensors and save real estate in the mold.
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