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MR0101 ifm efector inc. ifm inc. Not Provided Cylinder sensor with reed contact, Plastic housing for T-slot cylinders, 2-wire, AC/DC PNP/NPN, Operating voltage: 5...60 V DC / 5...50 V AC, normally open, Cable with connector, 0.3 m, PUR cable, Housing material: housing: PA (polyamide) Fastening clamp stainless steel
DN0213 ifm efector inc. ifm inc. Not Provided Amplifier, Nominal voltage: 110 V AC (47...63 Hz), relay (1 changeover contact per channel), terminals up to 4 mm, 2-channel, selectable for pnp and npn switching sensors, Housing material: plastics
DN0012 ifm efector inc. ifm inc. Not Provided Amplifier, Nominal voltage: 110 V AC (47...63 Hz), relay (1 changeover contact), terminals up to 4 mm, 1-channel, selectable for pnp and npn switching sensors, Housing material: plastics
DBT70510P Relay Specialties Inc. CYNERGY3 COMPONENTS Reed Relay Relays • Reed Relays • 10 & 15kV isolation, 50W • Mounting: Panel Mount via nylon studs, turret contact/coil terminals • Coil Voltage: 5 VDC • Contact Configuration: SPST-NC (1 Form B) • Contact Current: 2 A • Contact Type: Tungsten
DAT72410T Relay Specialties Inc. CYNERGY3 COMPONENTS Reed Relay Relays • Reed Relays • 10 & 15kV isolation, 50W • Mounting: Panel Mount via nylon studs, turret contact • Coil Voltage: 24 VDC • Contact Configuration: SPST-NO (1 Form A) • Contact Current: 2 A • Contact Type: Tungsten
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