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Easy to clean: pms ultrasonic sensor

The new stainles steel ultrasonic sensor. A clever design for hygiene applications.

Ultrasonic through beam sensor


  • cylindrical and cubical housings
  • Emitter and Receiver separately
  • Installation-compatible with many light barriers a true alternative for critical applications
  • Up to 500 Hz switching frequency

Cubic and cylindrical

Ultrasonic one-way reflective barrier for contact free detection of objects specially in the most diverse applications e.g. with bottles or plastic foils. ews sensors are available in cubical as well as cylindrical housing and are competitive with most through-beam light barriers.


one ultrasonic sensor ews, set as emitter, sends cyclic sound impulses, received by another one, set as receiver. If an object interrupts the measuring track between the set transmitter and the receiver, the switched output of the receiver is set.

ultrasonic through-beam sensor

Well equipped: sks with IO-Link interface


  • Available with IO-Link interface
  • Miniature housing with two M3 threaded sleeves
  • Installation-compatible with many optical sensors
  • Detection range 250 mm
  • microsonic Teach-in using a button
  • Brand-new temperature compensation

So small with IO-Link interface

sks ultrasonic sensors are the smallest, cuboidal sensors from microsonic and now available with IO-Link interface. The IO-link interface in our ultrasonic sensors provides everything in order to implement continuous communication all the way through system architecture right into the sensor. The sks sensor has a measurement range from 20 to 250 mm.

Chemical resistant ultrasonic sensors pico+TF


  • Teflon membrane for protection against aggressive media
  • PVDF and PBT housing
  • Measuring range: 250 mm, 350 mm, 600 mm, 1,300 mm
  • Push-Pull switching output with IO-Link interface
  • Analog output 4-20 mA or 0-10 V

Compact in protective suit

pico+TF ultrasonic sensors are designed for filling level control of small containers due to its compact housing dimensions. The Teflon film protects the ultrasonic transducer against aggressive media. The transducer itself is sealed againg the housing by a joint ring.

A small step for us. A great measurement range for you.

Two years ago, we presented the bks+6 with a measurement range of 35 mm. Sometimes, 35 mm is just not enough. We had a think and developed the cascadable transformer module. Their flexible and ingenious electronics enables them to be switched in series.

Fully customizable

At this year Hannover Fair, we present a sample of bks+8/37/FIU with a wide measurement range of formidable 320 mm. Due to this flexible concept other measurement ranges are conceivable. The IO-Link interface can be parametrized to detect a web edge, web width or the centre position of the web. It will be even possible to scan two webs simultaneously.

The cascadable transformer module: sender and receiver arranged on top of each other


  • Contact-free web edge detection of foils, paper and other sound-impermeable materials 
  • Wide measuring range of 320 mm
  • Detection of web edge and web width
  • Scanning 2 webs simultaneously in IO-Link mode
  • Analogue output 4–20 mA and 0–10 V

Basics of bks+8/37/FIU

Measuring range 320 mm (±160 mm)
Resolution/sampling rate 0.01 mm via IO-Link; 0.1 mm via analogue output
Accuracy 0.1 mm at constant ambient conditions
Response time 5 ms
Housing dimensions 430 mm x 120 mm x 46 mm
Fork depth 374 mm
Fork width 80 mm
Operating voltage UB 24 V
Analogue output 4–20 mA; 0–10 V
IO-Link V1.1

The smallest of its kind: The new nano


  • M12 threaded sleeve
  • Threaded sleeve just 55 mm long (60 mm for the analogue sensor)
  • 1 pnp- or npn-switching output
  • Analogue output 4–20 mA or 0–10 V
  • 2 detection ranges: 250 mm, 350 mm
  • microsonic Teach-in on Pin 2

The smallest of its kind

nano – what's in a name? At just 55 mm long, including plug, the nano is the shortest M12 ultrasonic sensor on the market. The housing's design and mounting is compatible with many inductive and capacitive sensors. This facilitates the conversion to ultrasonic sensors for critical applications.