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SA1A and SA1B are high-speed, compact photoelectric sensors, available in a wide array of configurations, they are perfect for installations with minimal clearances.

Transparent objects can be detected using the diffuse-reflected light sensing....

With the basic feature of SA1C, SA1C-F added on fiber optics for remote sensing applications. Close installation is possible for SA1C-F, also come with build-in amplifier with dual transistor outputs.

High-speed, compact is the advantage of the SA1C-F...

Ensuring the accurate recognition of target objects is critical for many control systems. Reliable object recognition means fewer false alarms, increased productivity and less product rejection. When selecting sensors for your applications, the most important criteria to...

Rugged, waterproof photoelectric sensors with universal voltages. Available in free-voltage type (24 to 240V AC) and DC type (10 to 30 VDC, PNP/NPN transistor, open collector output). Both types of photoelectric switches are also available...

When customers have an application requiring a sensor with reliable long distance sensing in unforgiving environments, look no further than the new heavy duty SA1U photoelectric sensors from IDEC! These high-quality photoelectric sensors are offered in four sensing modes: throughbeam, background suppression, diffuse and polarized retro reflective....

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SA1A and SA1B are high-speed, compact photoelectric sensors, available in a wide array of configurations, they are perfect for installations with minimal clearances.

Transparent objects can be detected using the diffuse-reflected light sensing....

With the basic feature of SA1C, SA1C-F added on fiber optics for remote sensing applications. Close installation is possible for SA1C-F, also come with build-in amplifier with dual transistor outputs.

High-speed, compact is the advantage of the SA1C-F sensor,...

Ensuring the accurate recognition of target objects is critical for many control systems. Reliable object recognition means fewer false alarms, increased productivity and less product rejection. When selecting sensors for your applications, the most important criteria to...

Rugged, waterproof photoelectric sensors with universal voltages. Available in free-voltage type (24 to 240V AC) and DC type (10 to 30 VDC, PNP/NPN transistor, open collector output). Both types of photoelectric switches are also available with...

When customers have an application requiring a sensor with reliable long distance sensing in unforgiving environments, look no further than the new heavy duty SA1U photoelectric sensors from IDEC! These high-quality photoelectric sensors are offered in four sensing modes: throughbeam, background suppression, diffuse and polarized retro reflective....

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HPJ:
Category : Self-Contained
Fingertip-size,...

HPX-AG: Digital Fiber Optic Sensors
Easy operation...

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HPJ Series Ultraminiature Photoelectric Sensors with Self-contained Amplifier

Overview

The...

HPX-T General Use Auto-Tuning Fiber Optic...

HPX Series General-use Fiber Optic Amplifier

Overview

The...

HPX-AG Digital Fiber-Optic Amplifier

Overview

The...

HPF Series Fiber Optic Sensor.

Wide range of models...

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Working range
- 20m ~ Hinder
- 13m ~ Reflex
- 9m ~ Polarised reflex
- 0,8 m ~ Direct
- 0,3 m ~ Direct focused
Power...

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Laser-Sensor-MIDI

Types: Laser light barrier, laser reflex probe with analog output, laser reflex light...

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Inductive ring sensors operate as an aperture sensor. The active area is inside of the ring....

Photoelectric sensors detect various objects by means of visible or invisible light.There are three different...

Photoelectric sensors detect various objects by means of visible or invisible light.There are three different...

Photoelectric sensors detect various objects by means of visible or invisible light.There are three different...

Photoelectric sensors detect various objects by means of visible or invisible light.There are three different...

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- Insensitive to outside light due to clocked white light
- Working range typ. 10 ... 40 mm
- Parameterisable...

- 900 mm reference distance
- 80 mm measuring range
- Insensitive to...

- Reference distance adjustable via potentiometer
HR-type: typ. 43 mm...

- Visible laser line (3 mm x 0.2 mm)
- Reference distance 75 mm
- High switching frequency (6 kHz)
- Parameterizable...

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Hi- Reliability Re flective Ob ject Sen sor
Types OPB700TX, OPB700TXV

Fea tures
·Non-contact switching
·Low profile to facilitate stacking
·Hermetically sealed components
·Components processed...

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The Vacuum Imaging Detector (VID), manufactured by Photek, is an photoelectric sensor for vacuum. It is made to be mounted...

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NOVA Wi-Fi is the first photocell of the world operating completely by radio where both the transmitter and receiver operate with batteries. For this reason It is not necessary any connection to the control board.
MASTER Wi-Fi manages NOVA Wi-Fi photocells.
The infrared beam can be adjusted gradually both horizontally (-90 ° ÷ +90 °) and vertically (-5 ° ÷ +5 °).
- Both the transmitter...

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PZ1
- 1ms response time
- Time function (OFF Delay,...

PS series
- IP67 water proof structure
- 0.7 ms...

PR series - sensor
- Light on / Dark on selectable...

PEN series
- Power built in (relay output)...

PF series
- 7 segments 4 digits LED display
...

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High Resolution Area Sensor
I Ultra compact rectangular strong housing
■ Controlled...

Miniature photoelectric switches for DC operation
Models with IR, red light and...

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The FE series is a cubic miniature photoelectric switch with large scanning range manufactured...

The PC series is a rectangular photoelectric sensors with reactive adjustments. It has...

The Miniature photoelectric sensors manufactured by MD® Microdetectors,...

The BS/BV series are compact photoelectric sensors in block type. They are completely...

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Model KP1650/1651 is a prism type photo sensor consisted of an
Infra Red...

Description
Model KP1660 is a prism type photo sensor consisted of an Infra
Red LED and a Photo transistor.

Feature
High...

Model KP3250 is a prism type photo sensor consisted of an Infra
Red LED...

Description
Model KP1430 is a prism type photo sensor consisted of an Infra
Red LED and a Photo transistor.

Feature
High...

Description
Model KP1850 is a prism type photo sensor consisted of an Infra
Red LED and a Light modulation type of Photo IC, and...

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Applications
Diffuse reflective photoelectric sensors
Features
Specially formed line image...

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Wireless Alignment Checker, enables easy and accurate beam alignment.



Features
2.4GHz...

The newest Ultra Xtreme miniature (UX series) Through Beam and Diffuse Reflective sensors...

AC/DC Power photo sensors were developed to make use of the available power and the majority of models are self-switching between AC and DC as well as self-regulating...

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The Photoelectric sensors feature an M18 or M30 stainless steel housings that gives the intrinsic answer for extraneous environments like high pressure water or steam...

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A.U.K Muller GmbH's opto electronic sensor unit can be used with bi stable cartridge valves having a substantial voltage of 6 VDC (eg. 05-B07-060 and 50.007.100, have a look at separate data sheets) to be incorporated within...

The Opto-electronic sensor unit comes with a bi-stable cartridge valves which has a nominal voltage of 6 VDC (e.g. 05-B07-060 and 50.007.100, see separate data sheets) for use of urinal, toilet (WC) or shower without any IR...

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OPTO-ELECTRONIC SENSOR TL.01 is capable of reading variations by detection of printed lines, edges...

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How to choose this product

photoelectric-sensor

Photoelectric sensors use a light beam or natural infrared radiation to detect the presence or proximity of objects or individuals. The devices are reflex or through-beam. Some gas detectors and fire-prevention systems use similar systems.

Applications

Photoelectric proximity sensors are used in automated conveyor systems to control material flow and on machine tools. Presence sensors are used for secure access control. Smoke and flame sensors also use photoelectric devices.

Technologies

Photoelectric proximity sensors use a light beam. Reflective systems detect objects that reflect emitted light, while through-beam systems detect objects that break the beam bounced off a reflector.

Reflex systems with polarized light and a depolarizing reflector are available; detection is more precise, especially for reflective objects. The surfaces are generally non-polarizing, except for some plastics.

Passive photoelectric presence sensors detect the infrared rays emitted by a person. Active models are through-beam.

Smoke sensors are sensitive to the reflective effects of smoke. Flame sensors detect infrared radiation. Laser and infrared gas sensors use the optical absorption properties of the gas.

How to choose

Choice of a photoelectric detector depends on required range and sensitivity in the given work environment.

Advantages

- No-contact detection

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