Fork type photoelectric and optoelectronic sensors and switches
for direct current (DC) with two dephased outputs

These are fork type infrared photoelectric and optoelectronic sensors and switches with two dephased outputs which are used in industrial systems, as electronic automation equipment for switching at electrical circuits of direct current. They are used for measurement of angular and linear displacements, and for determining the direction of rotation of the shaft or the direction of movement of the linearly moving objects. Between the transmitter and the receiver there is an air gap. When passing a nontransparent object in the air gap the sensor's outputs are switched successively. The fork type infrared photoelectric sensors have a longer period of work due to contactless switching of the electrical circuits in which are included.

Fork photoelectric sensor OV1-18.24.F   Sn=4mm, NPN/2xNO, 8-30VDC, 100mA, M18x60mm, with two dephased outputs

Fork photoelectric sensor M18, switch OV1-18.24.F

Fork type infrared photoelectric sensor M18 for direct current with cylindrical plastic housing M18x60mm, with two-dephased normally open outputs type NPN. The width of the air gap of the optical sensor is 4mm. The optoelectronic sensor ends with a 4-wire PVC connecting cable with a length of 2 m and has an LED indicator showing the state of the outputs of the optical sensor. The sensor's outputs are not protected of short circuit.

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