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Leuze PRKL 25B/66

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Leuze PRKL 25B/66.1: Polarized Retro-Reflective Photoelectric Sensor – 50104235

$170.00

Polarized retro-reflective photoelectric sensor, operating range: 0.3 – 12 m, supply voltage: 10 – 30 V DC, 2 outputs, 2000mm cable connection, red laser light source, includes 270 degree potentiometer, IP 67 and IP 66 protection

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Series: 25B
Operating principle: Reflection principle
Operating range: 0.3 – 12 m
Operating range limit: 0.05 – 15 m
Light source: Laser, Red
Laser class: 2, IEC/EN 60825-1:2007
Switching frequency: 2000 Hz
Response time: 0.25 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, Push-pull
Output 1 switching principle: Light switching (PNP)/dark switching (NPN)
Output 2 switching element: Transistor, Push-pull
Output 2 switching principle: Dark switching (PNP)/light switching (NPN)
Type of connection: Cable
Cable length: 2000 mm
Type of fastening: Through-hole mounting, Via optional mounting device
Operational controls: 270 degree potentiometer
Degree of protection: IP 67, IP 66
Certifications: c UL US

The PRKL 25B laser retro-reflective photoelectric sensor offers reliable detection of small parts and objects, even at large ranges. Its optimum light beam propagation predestines it for positioning and counting applications.

Reliable detection of small parts/objects
Optimum light beam propagation for positioning and counting applications

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