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CY   Panasonic Photoelectric Sensors Simple mounting, low cost, M18 style cylindrical photoelectric sensors for basic sensing applications. The CY series of photoelectric sensors has an M18 thread size for convenient mounting. Thrubeam, diffuse reflective, and retro-reflective types allow for a wide range of applicable uses...
PM   Panasonic Proximity Sensors U shaped micro photoelectric sensors for limit sensing applications. The ultra-small PM series of u-shaped photoelectric sensors provides a wide range of 29 different models to suit any of your application needs. With the industry's smallest size, the PM series plays a key role...
NX5   Panasonic Photoelectric Sensors Compact, AC/DC drive photoelectric sensors with 1 form c relay contacts. The NX5 series of photoelectric sensors offers a free ranging voltage input along with a 1 form c relay output. Almost any power supply can be used due to the 24-240VAC / 12-240VDC input voltage capabilities of this sensor...
5B170 Grainger Industrial Supply Schneider Electric Proximity Sensors Photoelectric Sensor, Polarized Retro Reflective, Circuit Type NO/NC, Length 2.75 In, Width 0.7 In, Depth 1.77 In, Volts Range Max AC 20 To 264, Volts Range Max DC 20 To 60, Sensing Range 16 Ft, Light Function, Max Amps 2, Response Time 25 ms, Operating Frequency 20 Hz, NEMA Rating 1, 3, 4, 6, 6P...
1DU51 Grainger Industrial Supply OMRON Automation and Safety Proximity Sensors Photoelectric Sensor, Retroreflective, Dark On, Max Sensing Distance 8 In, NPN, Volts Range Max DC 12 To 24, Max Amps 50mA, Response Time 1 ms, Height 0.96 In, Depth 0.43 In, Width 0.27 In, Current Consumption 20mA, Temperature Range -13 To 131 F, Cable Size 6.6 Ft
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  • Fiber Optics in Photoelectric Sensing Tutorial
    Welcome to the "Fiber Optics in Photoelectric Sensing," a tutorial about the use of fiber optic sensors in photoelectric sensing. You will find this tutorial useful if you want to: * Implement fiber optics into your present sensing system. * Research fiber optic sensing solutions for future use
  • Analog Distance Measurement Photoelectric Sensors
    powerful distance measurement. photoelectric sensor technologies: triangulation and time-of-fl ight. Balluff, Inc. 8125 Holton Drive Florence, KY 41042. 1. 1-800-543-8390 Fax: 859-727-4823 Analog Distance Measurement Photoelectric Sensors. The Rise of Photoelectric Measurement Sensing. Now
  • Operating Principles for Photoelectric Sensors
    objects, the effect of the surface is more important than the color. The sensing distance in the technical data is related to matte white paper. Photoelectric Operating Principles. Operating Principles. Inductive. Capacitive. Magnetic. Photoelectric. Connector Cord Sets. NEW Value Line Proximity. Sensors
  • Sensing Contrast Tutorial
    Welcome to "Sensing Contrast," a tutorial in which you will learn why contrast is important in choosing and optimizing a photoelectric sensing system. You will find this tutorial useful if you: 1. Need to purchase a sensing system. 2. Want to more effectively troubleshoot your sensing system. 3
  • Photoelectric Smoke Detectors
    hits the sensor. The sensor then sets off the alarm in the smoke detector. Photoelectric smoke detectors are better at sensing smoky fires, such as from a smoldering mattress. Technologies used include light emitting diodes (LEDs) and lasers (laser diodes). Spot laser technology is more sensitive than
  • Presence Sensing: The Basics
    are critical, says Jeff Allison, product marketing manager for photoelectric sensing at Pepperl+Fuchs. Often a machine will have more than one presence sensor operating, with each possibly emitting light that can bounce around and potentially interfere with another. Thus, robust cross-talk
  • A background check for photoelectric sensors
    What's behind the target can make a tremendous difference in how well reflective sensors do their job. The dramatic drop in sensing range for dark targets becomes evident from comparison graphs for ordinary diffused sensors. This example, which is typical, shows a 190-mm differential between
  • Don't Overlook UV Sensing
    Industrial assembly and inspection operations benefit from several light-based sensing technologies. Noncontact photoelectric sensors detect product presence/absence at distances from millimeters to meters. Color sensors are essential to ensuring uniformity of appearance. And machine vision systems

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