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OMRON INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION  EE-SX670A  OPTICAL SENSOR TRANSMISSIVE / SLOTTED INTERRUPTER

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  • Output Current: 100mA
  • SVHC: To Be Advised
  • Sensing Range Max: 5mm
  • Sensor Output: NPN
  • Supply Voltage DC Max: 24V
  • Supply Voltage DC Min: 5V

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Can you suggest the connector with 2m cable for photomicro sensor (part number EE-SX670A)?
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Suggested connector with 2m cable part number is EE10102M from OMRON INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION. It is 4-conductors standard cable length of 2m. The Connector has a built-in locking mechanism. To remove the Connector from the Sensor, grip the top and bottom of the Connector housing, as shown in the following diagram, and then pull out the Connector.
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