Fork sensor series with red light and laser models

AutomationDirect’s PS series fork sensors are offered in visible red light and laser models and the rugged metal one-piece construction is designed for constant alignment.

08/18/2016


AutomationDirect’s PS series fork sensors are offered in visible red light and laser models and the rugged metal one-piece construction is designed for constant alignment. Courtesy: AutomationDirectAutomationDirect’s PS series fork sensors, also referred to as “slot” or “U” sensors, are offered in visible red light and laser models. Available in PNP and NPN styles, the rugged metal one-piece construction is designed for constant alignment. The PS series fork sensors feature glass optics, selectable light on/dark on operation, adjustable sensitivity potentiometers, high switching frequencies, and are fitted with M8 connectors with 360-deg viewable LED indicators. The visible red light fork sensors feature a sensing range from 5 to 220mm, depending on model. The laser fork sensors feature a laser designed to detect small objects and have a sensing range of 30 to 120mm, depending on model. 

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