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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
MA3AF Allied Electronics, Inc. BANNER ENGINEERING Not Provided Sensor, Micro-Amp, Amplifier Module, 10-30VDC Input, SPDT NPN Transistors Output
1451E-6534 Allied Electronics, Inc. EATON CUTLER HAMMER Not Provided SENSOR;PHOTO-ELEC;16 FOOT POLARIZED REFLEX;AC/DC;SPDT EM RELAY OUT;5P AC MICRO C
13100RQD03 Allied Electronics, Inc. EATON CUTLER HAMMER Not Provided SENSOR; PHOT-ELEC; AC/DC RIGHT ANGLE 24 INCH STANDARD PPROX WITH MICRO CONNECTOR
1351E-6534 Allied Electronics, Inc. EATON CUTLER HAMMER Not Provided SENSOR;PHOTO-ELEC;10 FOOT DIFFUSE REFLECTIVE;AC/DC;SPDT EM RELAY OUT;5P AC MICRO
PMI210-F110-IU-V1 Allied Electronics, Inc. PEPPERL AND FUCHS Not Provided Sensor, Position, Analog Output, Inductive, 0-210 Degree, M12 Micro, 191142
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