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          LZ-A150

          Amplifier Unit

          [Discontinued model]

          This model has been discontinued.

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          Model

          LZ-A150

          Type

          Small spot reflective model amplifier unit

          DetectingdistanceTransmitter lens: Norbornene plasticReceiver lens cover: Polyarylate

          40 to 60 mm 1.57" to 2.36" (spot diameter: 1 mm ø0.04" or less)

          Light source

          Semiconductor laser, wavelength: 670 mm, 1.4 mW maximum, Class 2

          Detectable object

          Transparent and opaque

          Minimum detectable object

          Copper wire with a diameter of 0.01 mm

          Minimum beam spot diameter

          0.05 mm

          Repetition accuracy

          0.005 mm 0.0002" (horizontal direction)

          Sensitivity adjustment

          7-turn trimmer

          Output status

          Switchable by way of a switch (LIGHT ON <=> DARK ON)

          Response time

          1ms max.

          Power on reset

          Operation mode

          Light-ON/Dark-ON (switchable by way of a switch)

          Indicator lamp

          Operation: red LED

          Control output

          NPN open-collector 100 mA max. (40 V max.)

          Rating

          Power voltage

          12 to 24 VDC ±10 %, Ripple (P-P) 10 % or less

          Current consumption

          60 mA or less

          Environmental resistance

          Ambient light

          Fluorescent lamp: 3,000 lux or less, Sunlight: 5,000 lux or less

          Ambient temperature

          0 to +50 °C 32 to 122 °F

          Relative humidity

          35 to 85 % RH (No condensation)

          Material

          Weight

          Approx. 75 g (including 2-m 6.6' cable)

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