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Ultrasonic Sensor, WORLD-BEAM QS18U Series, Teach Mode, 500 mm, PNP, 12 to 30 Vdc, Connector

QS18UPAQ8 - Ultrasonic Sensor, WORLD-BEAM QS18U Series, Teach Mode, 500 mm, PNP, 12 to 30 Vdc, Connector

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Manufacturer Part No:
QS18UPAQ8
Newark Part No.:
69K7360
Product Range
QS18U Series
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Overview

The QS18UPAQ8 is a SPST Ultrasonic Sensor with integral Euro-style quick-disconnect connector and PNP output. It offers fast, easy-to-use TEACH-Mode programming, no potentiometer adjustments and rugged encapsulated version for harsh environments. It can be configurable for normally open or normally closed operation.
  • Ultra-compact housing
  • Two bi-colored status LEDs
  • Temperature compensation
  • Fast response time (15ms)
  • -20 to 60°C Wide operating temperature range

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Sensing & Instrumentation

Product Information

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50mm
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500mm
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300kHz
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-20°C
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60°C
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QS18U Series
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