M18TUP8Q - 

Infrared Temperature Sensor, M18T Series, 8:1, 0 °C to 300 °C, 0 to 10 Vdc, PNP, 12 to 30 Vdc


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M18 Series
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The M18 series Threaded-barrel Sensor is completely epoxy-encapsulated to provide superior durability, designed to meet rigorous IP69K standards for use in high pressure washdowns. The sensor with advanced self-diagnostics with separate alarm output and dual LED system indicates sensor performance.
  • SPDT (complementary) NPN or PNP outputs (150mA max.ea.) selectable output
  • Easy to use, no adjustments are necessary
  • Advanced self-diagnostics with separate alarm output
  • Dual LED system indicates sensor performance
  • Choice of integral cable or Euro-style quick disconnect connector
  • Completely epoxy-encapsulated to provide superior durability
  • Designed to meet rigorous IP69K standards for use in high pressure washdowns
  • Brackets available for a wide array of mounting options


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0V to 10V
M18 Series
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