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O2I103 ifm efector inc. ifm inc. Not Provided Multicode Reader, Operating voltage: 24 V DC 10 %, Current consumption: 300 mA, max. 2, M12 plug, 8 poles M12 socket, 4 poles, Max. field of view size: 140 x 100 mm, integrated, configurable code evaluation, Process interfaces Ethernet TCP/IP, EtherNet/IP, RS-232, Parameter setting interfaces...
O2I101 ifm efector inc. ifm inc. Not Provided Multicode Reader, Operating voltage: 24 V DC 10 %, Current consumption: 300 mA, max. 2, M12 plug, 8 poles M12 socket, 4 poles, Max. field of view size: 68 x 50 mm, integrated, configurable code evaluation, Process interfaces Ethernet TCP/IP, EtherNet/IP, RS-232, Parameter setting interfaces...
O2I105 ifm efector inc. ifm inc. Not Provided Multicode Reader, Operating voltage: 24 V DC 10 %, Current consumption: 300 mA, max. 2, M12 plug, 8 poles M12 socket, 4 poles, Max. field of view size: 400 x 300 mm, integrated, configurable code evaluation, Process interfaces Ethernet TCP/IP, EtherNet/IP, RS-232, Parameter setting interfaces...
KBR38A-PS2 Newark / element14 NORITAKE ITRON Not Provided NORITAKE ITRON - KBR38A-PS2 - MODULE; INFRARED RECEIVER; RS232; RS485; I2C; SPI
95COMB PLC Radwell Siemens Not Provided RS232/485,INFRARED,10BASE-T W/RJ45
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