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M18 Threaded type diffuse reflective M12 Connector Type, 500 mm


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Diffuse reflective (Long distance)


Threaded mount type



Cable connection

M12 connector (4 pin)

Detecting distance

500 mm19.685"

Number of control outputs


Output operation

Output 1


Output 2


Response time

0.5 ms

Sensitivity adjustment

Five-turn trimmer

Spot diameter

ø20 mm ø0.79" max.
(at 300 mm 11.81")

Light source

4 elements, Point light source red LED (650 nm)

Light interference prevention function


Indicator lamp

7 segment display (0 to 999), output indicator (yellow)

Control output

NPN + PNP open collector
30 VDC or less, 100 mA or less
Residual voltage: 1.2 V or less at less than 10 mA, 2 V or less at 10 to 100 mA

Stop emission input

Protection circuit

Protection against reverse power connection, power supply surge, output overcurrent, output surge, and reverse output connection


Power voltage

10 to 30 VDC including Ripple ±10% (P-P), Class 2

Power consumption

450 mW max. (15 mA max. at 24 V, 21 mA max. at 12 V)

Environmental resistance

Enclosure rating

IP68 (IEC60529), IP69K (DIN40050-9),
4, 6, 13 (NEMA250)*2

Operating ambientluminance

Incandescent lamp 5,000 lux or less, sunlight: 20,000 lux or less

Operating temperature range

-20 to +70°C -4 to 158°F (No freezing) *3

Ambient temperature for storage

-20 to 70°C -4 to 158°F

Operating ambient humidity

35 to 85% RH (No condensation)

Shock resistance

1000m/s2 in X, Y, Z axis directions respectively 6 times


10 to 55Hz Compound amplitude 1.5 mm 0.06" XYZ 2 hours for each axis

Insulation resistance

20 MΩ or more (500 VDC)

Withstand voltage

1000 VAC 50/60 Hz 1 min


Instruction Manual, M18 nut, Lock washer


Approx 45 g

*1 Output 2 is not available on the threaded mount type or M8 3-pin type.
*2 For the connector type, the enclosure rating varies depending on the cable that is used.
*3 When the ambient temperature is 60°C 140°F or higher, the device should be powered with no more than 24 VDC and 50 mA.

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