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BOS00M0 Allied Electronics, Inc. BALLUFF INC. Not Provided Sensor, Photoelectric Diffuse, M18, Infrared, 90 ° optics, 80mm, PNP, LO/DO,
BOS00LE Allied Electronics, Inc. BALLUFF INC. Not Provided Sensor, Photoelectric Diffuse, M18, Infrared, 90 ° optics, 80mm, NPN, LO/DO, M12
BOS00M1 Allied Electronics, Inc. BALLUFF INC. Not Provided Sensor, Photoelectric Diffuse, M18, Infrared, 90 ° optics, 80mm, PNP, LO/DO, M12
HOD6217-144/GBA Digi-Key Honeywell Sensing and Control Optoelectronics INFRARED PRODUCTS SINGLE FIBER
Q45BB6FQ5 Allied Electronics, Inc. BANNER ENGINEERING Not Provided Sensor, Photoelectric, Glass Fiber Optic, Infrared, 10-30VDC, 4 Pin Euro QD
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