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Product family UP56 Pure
Pure reliability
  • Ultrasonic level sensor with very high chemical resistance
  • Non-contact measurement in immersion pipe of up to 1,500 mm
  • PTFE-coated membrane and GF D40 process connection made of PTFE
  • Pressure resistant up to 6 bar, temperature resistant up to 85°C
  • Different sizes available
  • Analog output selectable between 4 mA to 20 mA and 0 V to 10 V
  • Switching output for monitoring the maximum and minimum limit
Product family UP56
Tough, non-contact, pressure-resistant
  • Non-contact measurement up to 3.4 m operating distance / 8.0 m scanning distance limit
  • Pressure resistant up to 6 bar
  • Converter protected by PVDF cover for increased resistance
  • 3-in-1: Continuous measurement, switching signal, and display
  • Analog output can be switched 4 mA ... 20 mA and 0 V ... 10 V
  • Process connector thread G 1 and G 2
  • IP67 enclosure rating
  • Simple operation, also via Connect+
Product family UC12
Ultrasonic technology housed in an industry-proven design
  • Transparent foils, glass, liquids and bottles are detected, regardless of the material color and ambient light
  • Easy and quick teach-in with teach-in button
  • Insensitive to dirt, dust and fog
  • Two complementary switching outputs (Q /Q)
  • Very good background suppression (BGS)
  • Three operating modes: distance to object (DtO), window (Wnd), or object between sensor and background (OBSB)
Product family FFU
Non-contact flow measurement
  • Flow sensor for conductive and non-conductive liquids
  • Compact design with no moving parts
  • Process temperature up to 80 °C, process pressure up to 16 bar
  • High chemical resistance due to seal-free sensor design
  • Large display with membrane keyboard
  • Integrated empty tube detection
Product family DOSIC®
The compact stainless-steel sensor for flexible flow measurement
  • Flow measurement for water and oil-based liquids
  • Seal-free stainless-steel 316L sensor with Ra ≤ 0.8
  • Straight, self-draining measuring tube
  • Compact design with short installation lengths
  • Configurable digital outputs
  • Temperature measurement
  • IP 67/69 enclosure rating, CIP/SIP-compatible, IO-Link version 1.1
Product family FLOWSIC30
Versatile ultrasonic gas flow meter for gas production
  • Reliable and continuous readings
  • Hermetically sealed full-titanium transducers
  • Loop-powered two-wire transmitter with digital HART® interface
  • Turndown ratio ≥ 80:1
  • ANSI Class 150 carbon steel meter body without welds
  • Rugged design with integrated wires
  • Smart meter diagnostics
  • Integrated temperature transmitter as a standard
Product family UC4
Small, precise, ultrasonic
  • Reliable measurement, regardless of material color, transparency, gloss, or ambient light
  • Ultrasonic technology in a small housing
  • Detection, measurement, and positioning with ultrasonic technology
  • Variants with PNP/NPN switching output, analog output or push-pull output with IO-Link
  • Teach-in button
  • Precise background suppression
  • Immune to dirt, dust, humidity, and fog
Product family Flow-X
The ideal flow computer for gas metering with SICK ultrasonic gas meters
  • MID approved configuration for gas metering streams with FLOWSIC600
  • Powerful modules for demanding applications
  • Each module features CPU, memory and equal in/outputs
  • Compelling 7 graphic display with touch operation
  • Intuitive user interface for graphics display and web browser
  • True remote access via Ethernet
  • Station computer for multiple streams
Product family UC30
Rugged. Reliable. Rectangular.
  • Reliable measurement, regardless of material color, transparency, gloss, or ambient light
  • Rugged housing with teach-in buttons
  • Sensing ranges up to 8,000 mm
  • Analog output, push-pull switching output with IO-Link or two PNP/NPN switching outputs
  • Immune to dirt, dust, humidity, and fog
  • Adjustable sensitivity
Product family UM12
Small sensor, great benefits
  • Reliable measurement, regardless of material color, transparency, gloss, or ambient light
  • Very short and rugged M12 metal housing
  • Variants with PNP/NPN switching output or analog output
  • Immune to dirt, dust, humidity, and fog
  • Detection, measurement, or positioning with ultrasound technology
  • Cable teach-in
Product family UD18
Double layer and splice detection for paper, cardboard, metal, and plastic
  • Material classifications: no layers, single layer, double layers
  • Plug-and-play, sensitivity levels that can be selected, taught in, and changed during operation
  • Up to four individual sensitivity levels
  • Variable mounting distance
  • LEDs visible from any direction
  • Immune to dirt, dust, and humidity
Product family UM30
The universal application solver
  • Reliable measurement, regardless of material color, transparency, gloss, or ambient light
  • Sensing range up to 8,000 mm
  • Display enables fast and flexible sensor adjustment
  • Immune to dirt, dust, humidity, and fog
  • Versatile interfaces including IO-Link available
  • Adjustable sensitivity
Product family UM18
Simple set up, perfect detection
  • Reliable measurement, regardless of material color, transparency, gloss, or ambient light
  • Sensing ranges up to 1,300 mm
  • Short metal or plastic M18 housing from 42 mm in length
  • Straight or angled design
  • Immune to dirt, dust, humidity, and fog
  • Versatile interfaces including IO-Link available
Versatile, precise measuring – with SICK ultrasonic sensors

Sound is a natural phenomenon that provides us with information about our environment without physical contact, and over a range of distances. SICK ultrasonic sensors utilize the properties of sound. Objects and distances are determined precisely and with excellent background suppression and immunity to many types of foreign objects in the environment. The output used – switching, analog, or both – is determined on the basis of your application requirements.

Ultrasonic gas flow meters from SICK – quality that pays for itself

Every day, large quantities of natural gas flow from production facilities to municipal utilities and industrial consumers via large pipelines. Ownership of the gas often changes hands and must be precisely measured for billing purposes. SICK's product range comprises custody and non-custody ultrasonic gas flow meters for the oil and gas industry. SICK provides the right solution for various applications, from gas delivery to gas distribution. All devices feature high measurement accuracy and reliability.

With various ultrasonic gas flow measuring devices SICK offers solutions for a large variety of measurement tasks and industries. These devices have one thing in common, however: state-of-the-art ultrasound technology from SICK. The devices are designed for custody transfer applications in the gas industry, the determination of volume flow in processes, the monitoring of emissions in industrial facilities, flow measurement in tunnels, and much more.

New sensor from SICK reliably detects layers and slices regardless of object material... Read on
During transportation mobile vehicles and carts have to be able to recognize and perceive their environment. This prevents collisions with objects or people, and ensures safe and reliable process operations.
A core function of mobile platforms is the transportation of goods. SICK offers a wide solutions portfolio for detecting, positioning and identifying goods.
SICK Engineering GmbH has created a joint venture with GGS Oil and Gas Systems bvba (GGS), a Belgian system integrator, in order to engineer, fabricate and market complex system solutions for gas flow... Read on
Flow computers for ultrasonic gas flow measuring devices from SICK

Newer-generation flow computers combine functionality with user-friendliness. They are the preferred device for use in custody transfer gas measurement, are approved according to the EU's Measurement Instruments Directive, and comply with the relevant international standards. The easy integration of temperature, pressure, and flow measurement values via digital and serial interfaces is used to convert recorded volumes. The flow computers use industry-standard conversion algorithms.

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