TriOS Wiper Protective Cage

The TriOS wiper protective cage keeps coarse dirt and larger objects away from the W55 mechanical wiper, helping to protect it from damage.

Features

  • Recesses allow measuring medium to reach the optical path unhindered
  • Measured values are not influenced by unwanted contamination
  • 3.5" diameter cage fits into 4" deployment pipe
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TriOS Wiper Protective Cage00P100010 Wiper protective cage
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TriOS Wiper Protective Cage
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Wiper protective cage
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TriOS W55 Mechanical Wiper 02A100008 W55 mechanical wiper system (requires wiper axis & blade set), 10m cable with M8 connector & 1.5m pigtail adapter
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TriOS Wiper Axis & Blade Sets 02A100608 Wiper axis & 5 blade set for 10mm path length
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TriOS Wiper Axis & Blade Sets 02A100508 Wiper axis & 5 blade set for 5mm path length
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TriOS Wiper Axis & Blade Sets 02A100208 Wiper axis & 5 blade set for 2mm path length
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W55 mechanical wiper system (requires wiper axis & blade set), 10m cable with M8 connector & 1.5m pigtail adapter
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Wiper axis & 5 blade set for 10mm path length
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TriOS Wiper Axis & Blade Sets
02A100508
Wiper axis & 5 blade set for 5mm path length
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TriOS Wiper Axis & Blade Sets
02A100208
Wiper axis & 5 blade set for 2mm path length
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