LM5-14 - 

Logic Module, MULTI-BEAM® Series Photoelectric Sensors, On / Off Delay, 0.15 to 15 Seconds

LM5-14 - Logic Module, MULTI-BEAM® Series Photoelectric Sensors, On / Off Delay, 0.15 to 15 Seconds

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The LM5-14 is a Logic Module for use with Multi-Beam photoelectric sensor. The 16299 logic module combines the function of an ON-delay and an OFF-delay into one logic module. When the signal is present for more than the on-delay time, the output energizes. The off-delay circuit is now active and holds the output on even if the input signal disappears for short periods of time. If the input signal is gone for longer than the off-delay time, the output finally drops out. The most common use for the LM5-14 is to control fill level, for example in a bin, when the bin is full, a beam is broken and a predetermined time later, the flow is stopped. After the level has fallen below the beam for a time, the flow is restarted. The time delays control the high and low levels. Each delay is independently adjustable for 1.5 to 15 seconds.
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  • Interconnecting pins


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