837E Solid-state Temperature Switches

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.

Bulletin 837E Solid-state Temperature Switches
  • Overview
  • Product Selection
  • Specifications
  • Documentation
  • Resources
  • Applications

Additional Information

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.

Migration Solutions

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.

Use the Product Lifecycle Status search tool to find specific lifecycle information by catalog number.

Learn more about our Migration Solutions.

To view commonly ordered and quickly available products, use the Product Configuration Assistant for our complete product offerings.

Specifications

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Solid-State Temperature Sensors User Manual837E-UM001

Certifications

  • CE Marked for all applicable directives
  • cULus Listed

Certifications apply when product is marked. See our Product Certification site for Declarations of Conformity, certificates and other certification details.

Product Certifications

See our Product Certification site for Declarations of Conformity, certificates and other certification details.

Documentation

TitleNumberDownload
Solid-State Temperature Sensors User Manual 837E-UM001
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Product Certifications

See our Product Certification site for Declarations of Conformity, certificates and other certification details.

Configuration & Selection Tools

  • CrossWorks — Convert competitive catalog numbers to similar Allen-Bradley® products.
  • ProposalWorks — Build complete quotes and proposals.

Other Resources

  • Knowledgebase — Visit our online resource for technical information, support chat and forums, software updates, and product safety advisories/notices.

Applications

The flexibility of probe length and process threads make the 837E suitable for a wide range of applications including:

  • Harsh chemical wash-down — 316L stainless steel construction, laser-etched markings and IP66 rating for food, beverage, and other applications requiring equipment wash-down such as bottling plants/filling machines, tanks, pumps, filters
  • Machine Tool — Monitoring of coolant temperatures
  • Factory automation — Injection molding machines
  • Automotive — Monitor welding coolant temperatures
  • Discrete Batch — Monitor process temperatures
  • OEM Machine Builders / Large End Users — Programming with ReadWin2000 configuration kit reduces switch setup time

See how the 837E Solid-state Temperature Switches are used in water treatment applications:

Customer Success

  • Condition Sensing Case Studies — View our case studies site to discover how customers have applied Allen-Bradley condition sensing products in their applications.