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Leuze HRTR 3B/44, 5000: Diffuse Sensor with Background Suppression – 50109753

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Leuze HRTR 3B/44, 5000: Diffuse Sensor with Background Suppression – 50109753


Diffuse sensor with background suppression, operating range: 0.005 – 0.4 m, supply voltage: 10 – 30 V DC, 2 outputs, 5000mm cable connection, red LED light source, IP 67 protection


Series: 3B
Operating principle: Scanning principle with background suppression
Operating range, white 90%: 0.005 – 0.4 m
Operating range, gray 18%: 0.01 – 0.3 m
Operating range, black 6%: 0.015 – 0.2 m
Operating range limit: 0.005 – 0.4 m
Light source: LED, Red
Switching frequency: 1000 Hz
Response time: 0.5 ms
Protective circuit: Polarity reversal protection, Short circuit protected
Supply voltage: 10 – 30 V, DC
Number of digital switching outputs: 2
Output 1 switching element: Transistor, PNP
Output 1 switching principle: Light switching
Output 2 switching element: Transistor, PNP
Output 2 switching principle: Dark switching
Type of connection: Cable
Cable length: 5000mm
Thread size: M12
Design: Cubic
Type of fastening: Through-hole mounting
Operational controls: Multiturn potentiometer
Degree of protection: IP 67
Certifications: c UL US

Diffuse sensor with powerful background suppression for reliable object detection on nearly any background with visible and infrared light. Laser version available for high-precision positioning applications.

Exact range adjustment through 8-turn potentiometer
Also available with infrared light
Especially designed for the detection of fast events and small parts
For applications with high demands on positioning and reproducibility
Extended detection range with very good b/w ratio as laser type

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