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Product Overview

The 13104A6513 is a perfect Prox® forward viewing Photoelectric Sensor with visible red sensing beam and 6ft cable connection. The Cutler-Hammer® comet series from Eaton's electrical business is a complete line of high performance, 18mm tubular sensor with a variety of modes to solve virtually any sensing problem. Industry standard 18mm diameter threaded body has flat sides allowing it to be mounted like a tubular sensor or against any flat surface. Right-angle viewing models mount in a depth of only 6/10th of an inch. Perfect Prox® technology provides exceptional background rejection and application problem-solving. Solid polyurethane housing completely encapsulates internal circuits for high resistance to shock and vibration.
  • Visible sensing beams see where the beam is aimed for quick setup and alignment
  • 4-wire DC sensor offer both NPN and PNP outputs
  • Output status indicator visible from a wide 270° angle


Sensing & Instrumentation; Industrial

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  • Sensing Range Max 50mm
  • Output Current 300mA
  • Sensor Output NPN
  • Supply Voltage DC Min 15V
  • Supply Voltage DC Max 30V
  • Product Range 13104A Series
  • SVHC No SVHC (17-Dec-2015)

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