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          Built-in amplifier photoelectric sensorsPZ series


          Square Transmissive Cable Type, NPN

          [Discontinued model]

          This model has been discontinued.

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          Thrubeam model, straight model

          Detecting distance

          7 m 23.0'

          Light source

          Infrared LED

          Detectable object

          Opaque material with an area of 8 mm2 or more


          Sensitivity adjustment

          1-turn trimmer (240°)

          Response time

          1.5 ms max.

          Operation mode

          LIGHT-ON/DARK-ON (switch-selectable)

          Indicator lamp

          Output and power:*1 red LED, stable operation: green LED


          Control output

          Maximum NPN open-collector output: 100 mA or less (40 V or less)

          Stability output

          Maximum NPN open-collector output: 50 mA or less (40 V or less)

          Protection circuit

          Reversed polarity, overcurrent protection, surge absorber


          Power voltage

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

          Current consumption

          Transmitter: 20 mA or less, Receiver: 25 mA or less

          Environmental resistance

          Enclosure rating


          Ambient light

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

          Ambient temperature

          -20 to +55 °C -4 to 131 °F (No freezing)

          Relative humidity

          35 to 85 % RH

          Vibration resistance

          10 to 55 Hz, Double amplitude 1.5 mm 0.06", 2 hours in each of the X, Y, and Z directions

          Case material

          Fiberglass reinforced plastic


          Transmitter: Approx. 60 g, Receiver: Approx. 70 g
          (including 2-m 6.6' cable)

          *1 Only the transmitter is equipped with a power indicator.

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