MD17/73 - 

Photoelectric Sensor, ML17 Series, Tru-Vue, Receiver, Through Beam, 20 m, NPN / PNP, 10 to 30 Vdc

MD17/73 - Photoelectric Sensor, ML17 Series, Tru-Vue, Receiver, Through Beam, 20  m, NPN / PNP, 10 to 30 Vdc

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The MD17/73 is a Thru-beam Sensor which offers diverse connection and installation options, which means that it can adapt to the most varied automation tasks. In addition to the usual fitting method using M4 screws, these sensors can also be installed by means of M18 threaded insert. The device is equipped with a green Power On display and a yellow function display. These displays are arranged in such a way that they are clearly visible from different directions.
  • 0 to 15m Effective detection range
  • 20m Threshold detection range
  • 2 Push-pull outputs
  • Short-circuit protected, reverse polarity protected, overvoltage protected signal output
  • 150Hz Switching frequency
  • Light/dark on switching type
  • IP67 Protection rating
  • M12 x 1, 4-pin connector connection
  • 360° High visibility LEDs
  • Time-saving mounting with quick clamp system


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