Photoelectric Sensors For Tight Spaces

Sept. 2, 2004
OG90 photoelectric sensors feature rightangle lenses for applications with limited mounting space.

They feature an 18-mm stainless-steel housing with low-profile mounting that installs in spaces as small as 28 mm. Sensors offer prefixed sensing ranges, eliminating additional programming and setup. Units operate with a visible red beam simplifying sensor alignment during installation. Models are available in through-beam and polarized retroreflective as well as background suppression for applications where shiny metals or bright white backgrounds must be ignored.

ifm Efector,
805 Springdale Dr., Exton, PA 19341,
(800) 441-8246, www.ifmefector.com

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