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Leuze PRK 2/42D, 150-S12: Polarized Retro-Reflective Photoelectric Sensor – 50112141

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Leuze PRK 2/42D, 150-S12: Polarized Retro-Reflective Photoelectric Sensor – 50112141

$113.00

Polarized retro-reflective photoelectric sensor, for detection of small parts, features PinPointe diode, operating range: 0.07 – 3.5m, supply voltage: 10 – 30 V DC, cable connection with M12 connector, IP 67 protection

Description

Series: 2
Operating principle: Reflection principle
Application: Detection of small parts
Operating range: 0.07 – 3.5m
Operating range limit: 0.07 – 4m
Light source: LED, red
Switching frequency: 700 Hz
Response time: .72 ms
Protective circuit: Overvoltage protection, Polarity reversal protection, Short circuit protected, Transient protection
Supply voltage: 10 – 30 V, DC
Number of digital switching outputs: 2
Output 1 switching element: Transistor, PNP
Output 1 switching principle: Dark switching
Output 2 switching element: Transistor, NPN
Output 2 switching principle: Dark switching
Type of connection: Cable with connector
Cable length: 150 mm
Thread size: M12
Design: Cubic
Degree of protection: IP 67
Certifications: cUR us
Special design: PinPoint diode

With the PRK 2 retro-reflective photoelectric sensor, large operating ranges or high performance reserves are possible depending on the application. They feature glass optics and polarized light for reliable switching behavior with glossy surfaces.

Large operating ranges
High performance reserves possible
PinPoint LED for producing a small, homogeneous and highly visible light spot
Ideally suited for the detection of small parts
Glass optics and polarized light for reliable switching behavior with glossy surfaces

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