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SMC merges its digital pressure switch range under the same design

17 January 2019

SMC is building on the success of its ZSE20(F)/ISE20 pressure switch range that features 3-screen display, 3-step  setting mode and selectable delay time function, with the ZSE20(F)#/ISE20# (A, B and C). The extended series will  help operators deliver efficiencies in terms of control and time saving.

SMC is extending its ZSE20(F)/ISE20 digital switch range. The A, B and C variations share the original

ZSE20(F)/ISE20’s display, setting, selectable delay time, as well as the lightweight and compact design.

All models simplify the visualisation process for operators, while saving time as there are fewer push button  operations to perform.

The added variations also match the terms of enclosure, output type and media of the current series:
· A Model-> Current ZSE30(F)/ISE30A-> IP40, NPN/PNP and Analogue output
· B Model-> Current ZSE40(F)/ISE40A-> IP65, NPN/PNP and Analogue output
· C Model-> Current ZSE80(F)/ISE80-> IP65, NPN/PNP and Analogue output, for fluids.

SMC UK Marketing Manager Bob Hitner, said: “Following the success of our ZSE20(F)/ISE20 pressure switch last  year, we have taken the step to extend the range with these latest models. Customers have been particularly  impressed with the functionality of design, its ease of use and accuracy of information that is readily available with minimal delay. They have found it both energy efficient and cost effective to operate.”

Further flexibility and advantages of the ZSE20(F)#/ISE20# include the peak and bottom values are maintained,  even if the power supply is cut, offering greater control in the process.

Also, being compact and lightweight, the models not only deliver space savings, but due to the weight reduction  there are less inert moments when the sensor is mounted in mobile applications such as robotic arms.

For more information about the Z/ISE20 range, check out  SMC’s New Product Section at


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