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- ItemPhotoelectric Sensor
- Sensing MethodPolarized Retroreflective
- Circuit TypeSolid State Relay SPST
- Operation ModeLight On
- Max. Sensing Distance13 ft.
- Power Requirement24 to 240VAC/DC
- Max. Load Current200mA
- Response Time20 msec
- Operating Frequency25 Hz
- NEMA Rating4X
- IP Rating67
- Body MaterialNickel Plated Brass
- Electrical Connection2m Cable
- Light SourceRed and Yellow LED
- FeaturesPMMA Lens
- Operating Temp. Range-25 Degrees to 55 Degrees C
- StandardsUL Listed, CSA Certified, CE and RoHS Approval
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XUBZ02 has been discontinued by by Telemecanique (Schneider Electric). There are no other alternates in the Grainger product offering at this time that serves the same form, fit and function. Because this is an obsolete accessory to an obsolete sensor, you'd have to get a new sensor which may incorporate that feature. Because of the wide vareity of sensors that may work for your needs, please contact us at 800-323-0620 to explore otehr options.
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