Slim photoelectric sensors for industrial IoT

Slim photoelectric sensors for industrial IoT

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Rugged connector and component manufacturer Bulgin has launched a slimline range of photoelectric sensors as the first part of its new upcoming automation sensor series.
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Designed specifically for manufacturing automation and industrial automation proximity sensing operations, the SL Series sensors offer manufacturers a cost-effective and flexible solution for the implementation of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). The sensor interface converts a photonic input to an analogue or digital output. It can be used to detect distance, presence or absence of an object using a light transmitter and a photoelectric receiver, featuring a typical light point diameter of 5.0mm at 30mm. The diffuse reflective sensor can be used to detect objects from 1 to 40mm away with a response time of less than 0.5ms. With the body of the sensor measuring just 30x16x4.5mm, the simple, slim and efficient design saves valuable space on the assembly line. The IP67-rated sensors are made with highly robust casing stainless steel 316 material and can withstand a high degree of physical impact. They are vibration tested to 10-50Hz double amplitudes (X, Y & Z in each direction for two hours) and shock and bump tested to 1000m/s² (X, Y & Z in each direction six times). The SL Series is available with or without an M5 connector, and the cables are 2m in length. Both NPN & PNP output options are available.

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