Photoelectric sensor series

The OPT photoelectric sensor series feature high-resolution CMOS line array technology and Class 1 or Class 2 laser options

12/04/2013


The OPT photoelectric sensor series feature high-resolution CMOS line array technology and Class 1 or Class 2 laser options. Courtesy: AutomationDirectThe OPT series of short and long range distance photoelectric sensors are available with either Class 1 or Class 2 laser options and are constructed with rectangular plastic housings and fitted with an M12 quick-disconnect. OPT short-range diffuse distance sensors utilize high-resolution CMOS line array technology, eliminating material, color and brightness-related measurement differences. Analog and switch output models are available with sensing ranges from 30 to 660mm, at up to 1,500 scans per second. Diffuse styles have a sensing range up to 10 meters; retro-reflective styles sense up to 100 meters. Analog and switch output models are available. 

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