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Through-beam sensor receiver


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  • Very long range
  • Robust housing for use in harsh industrial environments
  • Clearly visible indication of the switching status
  • Excellent price/performance ratio
  • With connector that can be rotated by 90°
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Technische Details
Product characteristics
Type of light red light
Housing rectangular
Dimensions [mm] 74.4 x 27 x 63.8
Function principle Through-beam sensor
Electrical data
Operating voltage [V] 10...36 DC; ("supply class 2" to cULus)
Current consumption [mA] 12
Protection class II
Reverse polarity protection yes
Type of light red light
Wave length [nm] 624
Electrical design PNP
Output function light-on mode
Max. voltage drop switching output DC [V] 2.5
Permanent current rating of switching output DC [mA] 200
Switching frequency DC [Hz] 1000
Short-circuit protection yes
Type of short-circuit protection pulsed
Overload protection yes
Detection zone
Transmitter / receiver receiver
Range [m] 0...50
Range adjustable no
Operating conditions
Ambient temperature [°C] -25...60
Protection IP 67
Tests / approvals
EN 60947-5-2
MTTF [years] 1073
Mechanical data
Weight [g] 117.5
Housing rectangular
Dimensions [mm] 74.4 x 27 x 63.8
Materials housing: PA; bezel: stainless steel; LED window: PC
Lens material
Lens alignment side lens
Displays / operating elements
switching status 2 x LED, yellow
Pack quantity 1 pcs.
Electrical connection
Connection Connector: 1 x M12
Diagrams and graphs
excess gain graph
x: Abstand [mm]
y: Funktionsreservefaktor
ifm electronic gmbh • Friedrichstraße 1 • 45128 Essen — We reserve the right to make technical alterations without prior notice. — EN-GB — O4E201-00 — 03.02.2009 —