New Product: Luminescence Sensors

March 6, 2008
The Stealth-UV luminescence sensors, with dual analog and digital outputs, are designed to detect the presence of invisible fluorescent materials including those found in label verification, clear tamperproof seals, glue and adhesives, thread-lockers, and invisible registration marks.

The sensors are also useful in solving problems in analog process control and digital verification.

Features and benefits of the sensors include npn and pnp digital outputs; 4 to 20-mA, 0 to 5-V, or 0 to 10-V analog outputs, 8-bit analog resolution, 200-μsec response time; one-touch Autoset setup, and midpoint, two-point, light-state, and dark-state setpoint modes.

Tri-Tronics Co. Inc.
Box 25135
Tampa, Fl 33622
(800) 237-0946
ttco.com

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