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Cylindrical Proximity Sensor, Metal Basic Material, 3 Wire PNP Circuit Type, NO Output Mode
- Item # 1WVN7
- Mfr. Model # XS508B1PAL2
- UNSPSC # 41111926
- Catalog Page # 375
- Shipping Weight 0.1 lbs.
- Item Cylindrical Proximity Sensor
- Sensing Method Inductive
- Diameter 8mm
- Power Requirement 12 to 24VDC
- Circuit Type 3 Wire PNP
- Output Mode NO
- Shielded / Unshielded Shielded
- NEMA Rating 4X
- IP Rating 67
- Electrical Connection 2m Cable
- Case Material Nickel Plated Brass
- Basic Material Metal
- Max. Detecting Distance 1.5mm
- Length 41mm
- Operating Frequency 5000 Hz
- Operating Temp. Range -13 Degrees to 158 Degrees F
- Max. Current Load 200mA
- Description/Special Features Yellow LED Output Indication, Reverse Polarity, Overload And Short-Circuit Protection
- Standards UL Listed, CSA Certified, CE Compliance
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