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

MV17/73/136 - Photoelectric Sensor, ML17 Series, Tru-Vue, Through Beam, 20  m, NPN / PNP, 10 Vdc to 30Vdc

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MV17/73/136
Newark Part No.:
70K3621
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MV17/73/136
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Product Overview

The MV17/73/136 is a thru-beam Photoelectric Sensor offers 4-in-1 output and quick-disconnect type V1, integral connection, receiver reference target, compact and versatile housing. It also offers LED yellow, lights up with receiver lit function indicator and light/dark-ON switching. 2 push-pulls outputs and short-circuit protected, reverse polarity protected and overvoltage protected signal output. It is made of ABS housing and acrylic optical face.
  • IRED light source
  • Modulated infrared light, 950nm light
  • 4-pin, M12 x 1 connector
  • IP67 Protection rating

Applications

Sensing & Instrumentation

Product Information

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20m
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10V
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30V
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100mA
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MV17/73/136
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