Weld-immune proximity sensors
Rhino style weld-immune inductive proximity sensors are available in 20-mm flush mountable and 40-mm non-flush mount sensing ranges.
Rhino style weld-immune inductive proximity sensors are available in 20-mm flush mountable and 40-mm non-flush mount sensing ranges. Devices feature a weld-slag-resistant sensing face and all metal housing and mounting for maximum application durability. Models comple-ment the company’s line of non-weld field immune Rhino cube-style plastic housing sensors. Four-wire, 10 to 30-V dc offerings are 40-mm x 40-mm cube style and have NO or NC PNP out-puts. They also have a five-way rotating head for installation flexibility and include two corner, high-visibility indictors for power and target status.
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