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Leuze PRK 53/6D.42-S8: Polarized Retro-Reflective Photoelectric Sensor – 50112476


Polarized retro-reflective photoelectric sensor, operating range: 0 – 3 m, M8 connector, red LED light source, HYGIENE design, includes autocollimation feature and teach input, IP 67 and IP 69K protection


Series: 53
Operating principle: Reflection principle
Application: Detection of highly transparent bottles
Operating range: 0 – 3 m
Operating range limit: 0 – 3.5 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 teach inputs: 1
Number of digital switching outputs: 1
Switching element: Transistor, Push-pull
Switching principle: Dark switching (PNP)/light switching (NPN)
Type of connection: Connector
Thread size: M8
Number of pins: 4-pin
Design: Cubic
Type of fastening: Housing fit
Operational controls: Teach button
Degree of protection: IP 67, IP 69K
Certifications: c UL US
Special design: Teach input, Autocollimation, HYGIENE design

Stainless steel sensors with autocollimation optics and red light with ranges of up to 3m for transparent objects, both in a polarized design for glass panes (PRK devices) and a non-polarized design for foils (RKR devices).

316L stainless steel housing in HYGIENE-Design
Enclosed optics design prevents bacterial carry-overs
ECOLAB and CleanProof tested
High switching frequency for detection of fast events
Easy adjustment via lockable teach button or teach input

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