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Magnetic Position Sensor, MP2007 Series, SPDT-CO, Threaded Barrel, 3 W, 30 Vac/dc

MP200703 - Magnetic Position Sensor, MP2007 Series, SPDT-CO, Threaded Barrel, 3 W, 30 Vac/dc

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Manufacturer Part No:
MP200703
Newark Part No.:
05M6406
Product Range
MP2007 Series
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Overview

The MP200703 is a reed based magnetic Proximity Sensor in aluminum threaded housing. The MP2 series sensor is reed proximity sensor. Normally open or closed contacts change states when a magnetic field is applied. The sensor act as non-latching electrical switches.
  • SPDT-CO contact
  • Form C
  • Contacts hermetically sealed for long life
  • Zero power consumption
  • Suitable for DC and AC circuits
  • Mounting hardware included
  • IP65 Protection rating

Applications

Sensing & Instrumentation, Security

Product Information

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Cylindrical
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200mA
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MP2007 Series
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