E3JM-R4M4-G - 

Photoelectric Sensor, E3JM Series, Universal Voltage, Retroreflective, 4 m, Relay, 12 V to 240 V

E3JM-R4M4-G - Photoelectric Sensor, E3JM Series, Universal Voltage, Retroreflective, 4 m, Relay, 12 V to 240 V

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The E3JM series from Omron are universal AC/DC photoelectric sensor with built-in timer.
  • Built-in power supply photoelectric sensor
  • Easy to wire terminal block
  • Built-in timer offers selectable ON delay, OFF delay and one shot
  • Relay or transistor output models
  • Polarized, through beam and diffuse models
  • Light ON/dark ON operation switch selectable
  • Supply voltage range from 24VAC to 240VAC and 12VDC to 240VDC
  • UL and CSA approved
  • Operating temperature range from -25°C to 55°C
  • Fixed and adjustable sensitivity adjustment


Industrial, Consumer Electronics, Portable Devices, Sensing & Instrumentation

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