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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
BOS00Y7 Allied Electronics, Inc. BALLUFF INC. Not Provided Sensor, Photoelectric, Through-Beam, Receiver, 8x8, Red light, 2.2m, NPN, DO, M8
Q45VR2R Allied Electronics, Inc. BANNER ENGINEERING Not Provided Sensor, Photoelectric, Receiver, 60 Meter Range, 5 Wire, 2 Meter, 90-250VAC,SPDT
QS18VP6RQ5 Allied Electronics, Inc. BANNER ENGINEERING Not Provided Sensor, Photoelectric, Receiver, 20 Meter Range, PNP Output, 10-30VDC,4-Pin Euro
BOS01CK Allied Electronics, Inc. BALLUFF INC. Not Provided Sensor, Photoelectric, Through-Beam, Receiver, Large Block, Red, 60m, PNP, LO/DO
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  • Operating Principles for Photoelectric Sensors
    These sensors use light sensitive elements to detect objects and are made up of an emitter (light source) and a receiver. Four types of photoelectric sensors are available. Direct Reflection (Diffused) - emitter and receiver are housed together and use the light reflected directly off the object
  • Analog Distance Measurement Photoelectric Sensors
    a wider range of functions than ever before. The longer range characteristics of contemporary photoelectric sensors have enabled new designs to operate in environments that would have destroyed conventional photoelectric designs just a few years ago. Advancements in emitters, receivers, lenses
  • A background check for photoelectric sensors
    to focus reflections from a target and from the background on two different light receivers. The sensor decides whether there is a target present based on which receiver is getting more light. Electronic background suppression uses a similar logic about reflections but employs a continuous array
  • Sensor Sense: Seeing the light
    All photoelectric sensors use a light source to signal the presence or absence of an object. There are three basic methods of photoelectric sensing. All sensors have a light source or transmitter (TX) and a light detector or receiver (RX). Both thru-beam and retroreflective sensors are usually
  • Ultrasonic sensors
    monitor if levels become too low (dry-up) or too high (overflow.) can measure distance without contact. They bridge the gap between proximity and photoelectric sensing. They possess a longer sensing distance than inductive or capacitive proximity sensors and remain unaffected by target color, ambient
  • Light Sensors
    Light sensors often use an infrared LED as a light source. Infrared LEDs have a greater intensity than LEDs that emit visible light. And when infrared photodiodes are used the sensors are relatively insensitive to ambient light. Photoelectric light sources are often modulated at a given frequency
  • The Self-Contained Thru-Beam Sensor - White Paper
    . When they first arrived on the scene, photoelectric sensors debuted as thru-beam devices using lights and reflectors. Over the years, they've blossomed into full lines of specialized designs, each excelling at a certain job. Many sensors today typically consist of a relatively complex system
  • Delay Time Measurement with Ultrasonic Sensors
    be used. During the application process. Different from photoelectric sensors, which optics can be blinded by strong natural or. artificial light sources or sensitivity can be affected by dirt deposits, ultrasonic sensors. feel at home even in an unclean environment. Dust, smoke, fog, lint, etc. do
  • Sensors 101: Baumer Electric Basics
    ) or laser. diode, a photodiode or phototransistor receiver to detect. the light source, as well as the supporting electronics. designed to amplify the signal relayed from the. receiver. Probably the easiest way to describe the. photoelectric operating principal is: the emitter,. also referred
  • Light Curtain Terminology
    the protected field. Angle of Acceptance: The included angle of the. Emitter (photoelectric): The light generating. field of view within which the receiver will respond to. member of a light curtain pair. Also called the. the emitter’s (transmitter’s) transmitted light energy. “transmitter”. Angle

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