MEDER Electronic introduces MK11 Series of threaded magnetic reed sensors

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MEDER Electronic introduces MK11 Series of threaded magnetic reed sensors
MEDER electronic Inc. introduces its new MK11 series of threaded magnetic reed sensors, ideal for limit, end position, and proximity sensing applications. The MK11 is available in plastic, stainless steel, and now in an affordable brass option.
The MK11 can be used in hundreds of applications, including mechanization systems, position and limit switches, elevator and machinery safety control, door and gate sensors, as well as automated satellite antennas.

The new brass version is an affordable option for applications that require flexible sensing adjustment, multiple switching options, and diversified mounting and wire termination. The durable and robust brass housing can withstand higher torque settings, and resist high temperatures, moisture, and compression. Its non-ferromagnetic properties eliminate potential magnetic switching interferences.

The magnetically actuated MK11 reed sensor is equipped with two adjustment nuts which can be tightened down on both sides of the opening for straightforward mounting. The threaded style housing and hardware makes adjustments easy and exact and the sensor is hermetically sealed for operation in dirty environments. A full range of single pole, single throw and single pole, double throw power switching options are available using Meder electronic’s KSK series reed switches.

The MK11 is available in metric thread sizes ranging from M6 to M12. The standard MK11 series brass version is equipped with a 500mm long, round PVC cable, but other wire termination and connector options are available.


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