Rockwell Automation announces that as of December 2018, the Bulletin 837E Solid-state Temperature Switches will be discontinued and no longer for sale. Customers are encouraged to migrate to the Bulletin 837T Solid-State Temperature Sensors.
Rockwell Automation announces that as of December 2018, the Bulletin 837E Solid-state Temperature Switches will be discontinued and no longer for sale. To support your transition, we recommend that you migrate to our Bulletin 837T Solid-state Temperature Sensors.
These sensors are more cost-effective than the previous family, and feature IO-Link 1.1 communications protocol.
For more information, see the Bulletin 837E Solid-state Temperature Sensors to the 837T Solid-state Temperature Sensors Migration Profile.
Demanding market conditions pose significant challenges. Across the enterprise and throughout the lifecycle, you must continuously strive for ways to leverage your existing automation investment.
Let us help you determine your migration options and show you the benefits, including better performance, more informed business decisions, reduced maintenance costs, and quicker response to changing market demands.
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The flexibility of probe length and process threads make the 837E suitable for a wide range of applications including:
See how the 837E Solid-state Temperature Switches are used in water treatment applications: