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          PZ-M62

          Square retro-reflective M8 Connector Type, NPN

          SPECIFICATIONS

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          Model

          PZ-M62

          Type

          Retro-reflective model (with P.R.O function; M8 connector cable type)

          Output

          NPN

          Detecting distance

          0.1 to 1.5 m*1 (when reflector R-5 is used)*2

          Setting distance

          Light source

          Red LED

          Sensitivity adjustment

          1-turn trimmer (230°)

          Response time

          1 ms max.

          Operation mode

          LIGHT-ON/DARK-ON (switch-selectable)

          Indicator lamp

          Output and power: Orange LED, Stable operation: Green LED

          Control output

          100 mA (40 V) max.Residual voltage: 1 V max.

          Digital monitor

          Protection circuit

          Reversed polarity, overcurrent protection, surge absorber

          Rating

          Power voltage

          12 to 24 VDC ±10 %, Ripple (P-P) 10 % or less

          Power consumption

          34 mA max.

          Environmental resistance

          Enclosure rating

          IP67

          Ambient light

          Incandescent lamp: 5,000 lux max., Sunlight: 20,000 lux max.

          Ambient temperature

          -20 to +55 °C (No freezing)

          Relative humidity

          35 to 85 % RH (No condensation)

          Vibration resistance

          10 to 55 Hz, Double amplitude 1.5 mm, 2 hours in each of the X, Y, and Z directions

          Shock resistance

          1,000 m/s2, 6 times in each of the X, Y, and Z directions

          Case material

          Glass-fibre reinforced plastic

          Weight

          Approx. 15 g

          *1 1 reflector R-5 is included with the PZ-M61. This reflector is also sold individually at a price of 500 yen.
          *2 The detecting distance is obtained with the maximum sensitivity.

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