Spatter-resistant,two-wire proximity sensors

EV-F series

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Model

EV-112F

EV-118F

EV-130F

EV-112FSO(2073)*1

EV-118FSO(2074)*1

Type

Spatter-resistant/Shielded

Shape

M12

M18

M30

M12

M18

Detecting distance

2.5 mm0.098"±10%

5.0 mm±10%

10 mm 0.39" ±10%

2.5 mm0.098"±10%

5.0 mm±10%

Detectable object

Ferrous metals (see Characteristics for nonferrous metals)

Standard target
(iron, t=1 mm 0.04")

12 x 12 mm 0.47" x 0.47"

18 x 18 mm 0.71" x 0.71"

30 x 30 mm 1.18" x 1.18"

12 x 12 mm 0.47" x 0.47"

18 x 18 mm 0.71" x 0.71"

Hysteresis

15% max. of detecting distance

Response frequency

600 Hz

350 Hz

250 Hz

600 Hz

350 Hz

Operation mode

N.O.

Temperature characteristics

±10% max. of detecting distance at 23°C 73.4°F,
within -25 to +70°C -13 to +158°F

Control output
(switching capacity)

5 to 200 mA

Protection circuit

Reversed polarity, short-circuit, surge voltage

Cable length

2 m 6.6'

Rating

Power voltage

12 to 24 VDC, Ripple (p-p) 20% max.

Current consumption (leakage
current)

Current consumption (leakage current): 1.0 mA max., Residual voltage: 3.6 V max. (with 2-m 6.6' cable)

Residual voltage

Residual voltage: 3.6 V max. (with 2-m 6.6' cable)

Environmental resistance

Enclosure rating

IP67

Operating temperature range

-25 to +80°C -13 to 176°F, No freezing

Operating ambient humidity

35 to 95%, No condensation

Vibration

10 to 55 Hz, 1.5 mm 0.06" double amplitude in the X, Y, and Z directions, 2 hours respectively

Shock resistance

500 m/s2 in X, Y, and Z directions, 3 times respectively

1000 m/s2 3280.8' in X, Y, and Z directions, 3 times respectively

500 m/s2 in X, Y, and Z directions, 3 times respectively

1000 m/s2 3280.8' in X, Y, and Z directions, 3 times respectively

Case material

Fluoro-chemical-coated brass

Accessories

Screw nut x 2,
toothed washer x 1

Weight

approx 110 g

approx 150 g

approx 300 g

approx 110 g

approx 150 g

*1 This product does not comply with the EMC directive. These models are connector type.

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