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Photoelectric Sensor, Diffuse, 6.5 ft, SPDT
- Item # 6C776
- Mfr. Model # E3B2-D2M4-US
- UNSPSC # 39121528
- Catalog Page # 420
- Shipping Weight 0.8 lbs.
- ItemPhotoelectric Sensor
- Sensing MethodDiffuse Reflective
- Circuit TypeSPDT
- Operation ModeSelectable Light or Dark On
- Max. Sensing Distance6.5 ft.
- Power Requirement24 to 240VAC/12 to 240VDC
- Max. Load Current3mA
- Response Time30 msec
- NEMA Rating1, 3, 4, 12, 13
- IP Rating66
- Body MaterialPolymethylmethacrylate
- Electrical ConnectionScrew Terminal
- Light SourceInfrared LED
- FeaturesDC Power Supply Reverse Polarity and Mutual Interference Protection, Sensitivity Adjustable
- Operating Temp. Range-25 Degrees to 55 Degrees C
- StandardsUL Listed, CSA Certified
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