Sense S - Speed sensor

Effective process control at the rotary joint

With the help of the Sense S speed sensor, you monitor an important parameter and thus increase the reliability of your processes. The inductive sensor can be combined with most rotor geometries. By using the Link C IO-Link interface module, you can easily integrate the process values of the Sense S together with the other measured values into your control system or into the cloud.

Ideal for:

  • Paper industry
  • Plastics manufacturing
  • Nonwoven
  • 24/7 continuous operation
  • Machine retrofit for Industry 4.0

Your advantages for highest reliability

speed monitoring

The Sense S allows you to monitor the speed without much effort.

Process issues
recognized quickly

By monitoring the speed, you increase the safety of your processes.


The sensor technology for your rotary joints can be easily integrated into the control system using the IO-Link standard. The system is compatible regardless of the manufacturer.

Reliable sensor technology
against unexpected standstills

Sense P/T

Pressure-temperature sensor

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Sense L

Leakage sensor

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Sense W

Wear sensor

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Sense S

Speed sensor

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IO-Link / Link C

The communication system for your rotary joints incl. a patented interface for predictive maintenance. Awarded the Innovation Prize Ostwürttemberg 2020.

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