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SM312FQD - 

Fiber Optic Sensor, Mini Beam, Glass, SM312F Series, NPN / PNP, Bipolar, Infrared, 880 nm, Connector

BANNER ENGINEERING SM312FQD

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Manufacturer Part No:
SM312FQD
Newark Part No.:
02H7613
Product Range
SM312 Series
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Product Overview

The SM312FQD is a self-contained DC-operated Sensor with reinforced PBT thermoplastic polyester housing, totally encapsulated, o-ring sealing, acrylic lenses and stainless steel screw construction for use with Banner glass fiber optics. Useable in opposed, retro reflective and diffuse fiber optic modes with Banner glass fiber optic assemblies. Switch-selectable for light operate or dark operate.
  • Highly repeatable 1ms response
  • Continuous overload protected
  • Short-circuit protected
  • -20 to 70°C Operating temperature range

Applications

Sensing & Instrumentation, Fibre Optics

Product Information

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DC Operated Sensor
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SM312 Series
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