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OC5210

Retro-reflective sensor

OCPGFCKG/US-100

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Technische Details
Product characteristics
Type of light red light
Housing rectangular
Dimensions [mm] 49 x 15 x 42
Application
Special feature polarisation filter
Function principle Retro-reflective sensor
Electrical data
Operating voltage [V] 10...30 DC
Current consumption [mA] < 30
Protection class II
Reverse polarity protection yes
Type of light red light
Wave length [nm] 660
Outputs
Electrical design PNP/NPN
Output function light-on/dark-on mode; (parameterisable)
Max. voltage drop switching output DC [V] 2.9
Permanent current rating of switching output DC [mA] 100
Switching frequency DC [Hz] 1500
Short-circuit protection yes
Type of short-circuit protection pulsed
Overload protection yes
Detection zone
Range [m] < 3; (Prismatic reflector Ø 80 E20005)
Range adjustable yes
Max. light spot diameter [mm] 60
Light spot dimensions refer to at maximum range
Polarisation filter available yes
Operating conditions
Ambient temperature [°C] -40...60
Protection IP 67
Tests / approvals
EMC
EN 60947-5-2
Mechanical data
Housing rectangular
Dimensions [mm] 49 x 15 x 42
Materials diecast zinc
Lens material
PMMA
Displays / operating elements
Display
switching status 1 x LED, yellow
Accessories
Accessories (supplied)
screwdrivers
Remarks
Pack quantity 1 pcs.
Electrical connection
Connection Connector: 1 x M12
Diagrams and graphs
excess gain graph
ifm electronic gmbh • Friedrichstraße 1 • 45128 Essen — We reserve the right to make technical alterations without prior notice. — EN-GB — OC5210-00 — 20.03.2006 —