Heavy-duty photoelectric sensors

Enhanced 50-Series, high-performance photoelectric sensors from Eaton/Cutler-Hammer is now available from AutomationDirect.


Control Engineering November 7, 2005

Machine Control

Enhanced 50-Series, high-performance photoelectric sensors from Eaton/Cutler-Hammer is now available from AutomationDirect. Offering includes through-beam, polar-ized reflex, and diffuse and clear object models, in a rugged rectangular package that lets OEMs and system integrators use a standard design even when application requirements change. Flexible input supply voltages (10-40 V dc and 12-240 V dc/24-240 V ac) and output types (relay, transistor, or solid-state relay) simplify system integration. Nine models of diffuse-style infrared sensors are available with a maximum sensing range of 10 ft. All sen-sors are IP67 rated and available with cabling choices of built-in quick-disconnect style mini-connector, micro (Euro) dc connector, micro ac connector, 7.5-in. micro ac pigtail connector, or 6-ft integrated cable.



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