E2K-F10MC1 - 

Capacitive Proximity Sensor, E2K-F Series, Flat, 10 mm, NPN-NO, 10 to 30 Vdc

E2K-F10MC1 - Capacitive Proximity Sensor, E2K-F Series, Flat, 10 mm, NPN-NO, 10 to 30 Vdc

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The E2K-F10MC1 is a Flat Capacitive Sensor with excellent space efficiency. It is used for detecting ferrous metal. 50 x 50 x 1mm grounded metal plate is used as standard sensing object. The case is made of heat-resistant ABS. It provides reverse polarity and surge suppressor protection. It features flat sensor with excellent space efficiency and direct mounting onto a metallic surface is possible.
  • Red detection indicator
  • DC 3-wire model
  • 12 Turns of sensitivity adjustment
  • Normally open operation mode
  • NPN open collector control output
  • IP66 Protection rating


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