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Photoelectric Reflex, Polarized Sensor, Cable 2m (6.5 ft)

SKU # 78211409195 Manufacturer Series: E58 Harsh Duty
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Type: Photoelectric Reflex, Polarized Sensor
Construction Style: Barrel/Tubular
Sensing Range: 34 ft. (10m)
Voltage: 20-132V AC or 15-30V DC
Output Mode: Dark Operate
Output Configuration: VMOS (Bi-Directional) or NPN (Sink)
Connection Type: Cable
Connection Size: 2m (6.5 ft.)
Sensing Position: End
Beam Type: Visible Red
Response Time: 10ms AC, 2ms DC
Enclosure Rating NEMA: NEMA 1, 2, 3, 3R, 3S, 4, 4X, 6, 6P, 12, 12K, 13
Enclosure Rating IEC: IEC IP69K
Temperature Rating: -40 to 55°C (-40 to 131°F)
Beam Configuration: 6 in. Dia. at 20 ft. (150mm at 6m)
Wires - Voltage Type: 3 or 4-Wire AC/DC
Load Current - max: 300 mA
Diameter: 30mm
Housing Material: 316 Stainless Steel

The E58 harsh duty series by Eaton electrical sector was designed to withstand your harshest physical, chemical and optical environments. Extensive research dictated the choice of materials used in this sensor. Stainless steel, PVDF and tempered glass components are mechanically assembled using Viton seals to ensure complete sealing and resistance to industry chemicals. All adhesives and potting subject to failure from chemical attack have been eliminated from the design. The result is a sensor highly resistant to chemical attack and moisture intrusion, that can withstand heavy shock and vibration in almost any application. E58 Harsh Duty sensors feature unparalleled optical performance. They are ideal for automotive applications where exposure to lubricants, cutting fluids, coolants and glycols is common. For food processing applications, a smooth body version simplifies high-pressure chemical washdowns, and withstands the use of sanitizers, surfactants, and cleaning agents including diluted bases and acids.