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MINIATURE PHOTOELECTRIC SENSORS FOR HARSH ENVIRONMENTS

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Balluff’s new R01E stainless steel flatpack photoelectric sensor, with its IP69K rating, is ideal for harsh duty and wash-down applications. 

These sensors offer diffuse versions with ranges up to 100mm, polarized retroreflective with ranges up to 1m, and through beam sensor with ranges up to 2.2m. 

With a precise, uniform visible red light beam, alignment is easy and objects are reliably detected.
Not only does the small size provide flexibility in installation, but the stainless steel housing is built to survive the toughest applications in the harshest environments.  Connections are made by cable or M8 three-pin quick disconnect.
These sensors are ideal for a broad range of applications including:

·       Packaging

·       Machinery

·       Assembly machinery

·       Material handling

·       Small part detection

·       Error proofing

·       General purpose automation. 

Built to Balluff’s highest standards, all R01E sensors offer reverse polarity and short circuit protection. 

Balluff’s attention to quality, superior sensor design, and performance means better reliability, less down time, and higher productivity.
Features include:

·       Red light

·       Miniature stainless steel housing

·       Polyamide (PA) optical surface

·       PNP, NPN, NO, NC outputs

·       IP69K

·       Diffuse, retroreflective and through-beam sensing modes

Balluff's complete line of photoelectric sensors can be found here.

Balluff
1300 225 833
www.balluff.com

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