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101MG7 - 

Switch Replacement Magnet, Honeywell 200FW Series Proximity Sensors, MG Series

101MG7 - Switch Replacement Magnet, Honeywell 200FW Series Proximity Sensors, MG Series

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Manufacturer:
HONEYWELL HONEYWELL
Manufacturer Part No:
101MG7
Newark Part No.:
23F2226
Product Range
MG Series
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Product Information

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Honeywell 200FW Series Proximity Sensors
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MG Series
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Product Overview

The 101MG7 is a Sensor Cylindrical Magnet made of alnico VIII sintered. This MG series magnet features that the North Pole is indicated with red. It features excellent resistance to demagnetization, good physical strength and magnetic shock resistance.
  • -40 to 250°C Operating temperature range

Applications

Industrial, Sensing & Instrumentation

Warnings

Do not use this product as safety or emergency stop devices or in any other application where failure of the product could result in personal injury.

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