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EESX-498 - 

Transmissive Photo Interrupter, Photo / Optical IC, Through Hole, 3 mm, 0.5 mm, 50 mA, 4 V

OMRON ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS EESX-498

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Manufacturer Part No:
EESX-498
Newark Part No.:
93B5442
Product Range
EE-SX498 Series
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Product Overview

The SA1U series heavy-duty Photoelectric Sensor. It provides four sensing methods through beam, polarized retro-reflective, diffuse, background suppression.
  • Up to 50ms sensing range
  • IP67 Protection degree
  • 0.1 to 5sec Adjustable time delay
  • Operation and stable LED indicators
  • 3A Normally open/normally close replay output
  • Interference prevention allows two units to be mounted in close proximity
  • Spring up terminal block structure enables easy wiring
  • NPN, PNP open collector (dual output) output type

Applications

Sensing & Instrumentation, Industrial

Contents

Sensitivity control screwdriver, reflector (IAC-R5), Mounting bracket gland, gland washer gland gaskets.

Product Information

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Photo / Optical IC
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Through Hole
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3mm
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0.5mm
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50mA
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4V
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1.2V
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EE-SX498 Series
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