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CSA-Approved Intrinsically Safe Sensors

 

 

Positek intrinsically safe sensors can be used in hazardous environments when connected to the approved safety barriers. Positek offers CSA-approved intrinsically safe sensors for the following hazard classifications:

G Series Intrinsically Safe Sensors
'G' Series Position Sensors are CSA and CSAUS -approved for use in potentially explosive gas/vapor atmospheres.
Class I, II, III Zone 0, Ex ia IIC T4, AEx ia IIC T4
H Series Intrinsically Safe Sensors
'H' Series Position Sensors are CSAUS -approved for use in potentially explosive gas/vapor and dust atmospheres.
Class I, II, III Zone 20, 0 AEx ia IIC T4, AEx iD IIIC T93°C, AEx iaD 20 T93°C

- The ambient temperature rating for T4 is extended to +80°C.

Intrinsically Safe Sensor Barriers

The G005 Galvanic Isolation Amplifier has been designed specifically for use with Positek® G Series and H Series Intrinsically Safe position sensors. The G005 provides a regulated and resistively limited +5V dc power supply required by Positek® IS sensors, and it can be connected in three or five wire modes. The G005 has an input power supply range of 12 to 30 volts dc, making it suitable for a wide range of hazardous area applications. The output of the G005 is factory configured to either 0.5 to 9.5V or 4-20mA and has a bandwidth of 4.7kHz, making it ideal for servo control loops.

G005 Installation Information

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