Supplier: Excelitas Technologies Corp.
Description: Reflective Optoswitch - Long Range This retro-reflective sensor combines an infrared emitting diode and a unique photodarlington output to provide high sensitivity while rejecting ambient light. It has a very long sensing range (up to 4 inches) compared to ordinary reflective optoswitches
- Optocoupler Input: AC, DC
- Optocoupler Output: Photodarlington
- Operating Temperature: -40 to 185 F
- Mounting Option: Through Hole (Plug-in)
Noncontact Infrared Temperature Sensors - thermoMETER Cttrans Thermal Analysis Measuring System -- CTT-SF15-C3Supplier: Micro-Epsilon
Description: This state of the art non contact infrared temperature sensor operates with a wavelength of 1/1.6 um. This special spectral range minimizes the emissivity errors on shiny targets and allows readings through glass. The integrated photon detector guarantees maximum sensitivity and extreme fast
- Temperature Range: -40 to 248 F
- Spectral Range: 8 to 14 microns
- Operating Temperature: -4 to 212 F
- Device Category: Sensor / Transducer
Supplier: Pepperl+Fuchs International
Description: , reverse polarity protected, open collector, Connection: M8 x 1 connector, 4-pin, Detection range: 0 ... 1200 mm, Protection degree: IP67 Miniature design Easy to use Infrared light High operating range 45° connector Thru-Beam Sensors The emitter and receiver on thru-beam sensors are aligned
- Operating Distance: 0.0 to 47.24 inch
- Technology: Diffuse
- Beam: Infrared
- Mode: Light/Dark Programmable
Supplier: NDC Infrared Engineering USA
Description: The Gamma Backscatter (GBS) Gauge can handle a wide range of applications, with a measurement range of 5 gsm to 25000 gsm. The GBS sensor works under the principle of Compton photon backscatter and consists of a photon emitter, a crystal to convert photons to light energy, a photo-multiplier
Supplier: Larson Electronics LLC
Description: compact, high powered LED emitter light produces 2 distinct light output types. The top two LEDs are based on a 3 watt IR packages, which are available in either 850nm or 940nm. The range of the IR lighting, with appropriate night vision equipment will exceed 1000 feet. The bottom 2 LEDs are based
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