BANNER ENGINEERING  QS18VP6LPQ5  PHOTOELECTRIC SENSOR, 0M TO 3.5M, PNP OUTPUT

BANNER ENGINEERING QS18VP6LPQ5

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Product Overview


The QS18VP6LPQ5 is a miniature self-contained polarized retroreflective mode Photoelectric Sensor in universal housing. The WORLD-BEAM QS18 series 63188 sensor easily fits (or retrofits) almost any mounting situation. It provides exceptional optical performance, comparable to larger MINI-style or barrel sensors. 10 to 30VDC operation, with complementary (SPDT) PNP outputs. Bright LED operating status indicators is visible from 360°.
  • 630nm Visible red
  • 6 Pigtail EURO-style quick-disconnect connector
  • Rugged sealed housing, protected circuitry
  • Less than 1 millisecond output response for excellent sensing repeatability

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Sensing & Instrumentation

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Product Information


  • Sensing Range Max 3.5m
  • Output Current 100mA
  • Sensor Output PNP
  • Supply Voltage DC Min 10V
  • Supply Voltage DC Max 30V
  • Product Range QS18 Series
  • Supply Voltage Max 30 VDC
  • Sensing Mode Polarized Retroreflective
  • SVHC No SVHC (17-Dec-2015)
  • Supply Voltage Min 10 VDC

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    More stock available week commencing 5/23/16

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BANNER ENGINEERING - QS18VP6LPQ5 - PHOTOELECTRIC SENSOR, 0M TO 3.5M, PNP OUTPUT 4 5 1 1
Alignment Units worked great after getting them to stay aligned. Building had general operation vibration and was causing eye to become off. Remounted on the same structure and problem solved. March 26, 2015
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