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Photoelectric Sensor, Rectangl, Thru-Beam
- Item # 35T433
- Mfr. Model # O5S500
- UNSPSC # 39121528
- Catalog Page # 419
- Shipping Weight 0.14 lbs.
- Item Photoelectric Sensor
- Shape Rectangular
- Sensing Method Through Beam Transmitter
- Operation Mode Selectable Light On/Dark On
- Power Requirement 10 to 36VDC
- Circuit Type NPN/PNP
- Electrical Connection Quick Disconnect M12 Connector
- Max. Sensing Distance 25m
- Length 46.80mm
- Min. Object Size 625mm Dia. Light Spot
- Max. Load Current 200mA
- Operating Frequency 1000 Hz
- Width 18.20mm
- Depth 70.30mm
- NEMA Rating Not Rated
- IP Rating 67
- Body Material Polyamides
- Light Source Red LED
- Features Reverse Polarity Protection, PMMA Lens
- Operating Temp. Range -25 Degrees to 60 Degrees C
- Standards UL Listed, CUL Listed, CE Approval
Compliance and Restrictions
This item is restricted for international sale.
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