Delta Photoelectric and Inductive Proximity Sensors
By Delta Electronics
Posted on Dec 16, 2014
Delta Electronics, Inc. (Taiwan) - State-of-the-art photoelectric and inductive proximity sensors offer a comprehensive solution for all automation needs.
Delta’s standard (PS-R) and flat (PS-F) photoelectric sensors offer easy installation with a one-turn screw for setting distance for the standard type while the flat type can be installed under any condition. Both sensor types feature easy installation, a high-chemical resistance, and reliable detection of a wide-range of sensing distances-and have an IP67 enclosure rating.
The standard type utilizes a wide-range of sensing methods with the small spot and diffuse reflection, and the flat type employs an accurate detect in addition to BGS and Diffuse reflection. . The sensing distance of these two types ranges from 30 mm (with the Flat Type Series) to 12 m (with the Standard Type Series). The output has incredible fast response time of 0.5 ms and a background suppression function offers reliable detection. Additionally, some notable highlights of the two types are the protection circuit which guards against a reverse power connection and an output overcurrent. The IP67 enclosure rating guarantees protection against water, dust and dirt.
Delta´s M12 and M18 Isolation and Non-Isolation inductive proximity sensors are perfectly suited for detecting ferrous metals and feature short dimensions and long sensing distances. They provide a highly accurate detection with excellent interference immunity. The M12 and M 18 have a sensing distance range between 4 mm and 12 mm. Both Isolation and Non-Isolation models use a pre-wired PVC cable.
Both Photoelectric and Inductive Proximity sensors are designed to be seamlessly integrated into Delta´s comprehensive automation solutions, which include PLCs, Drives, Motors, HMIs, sensors, measurement systems, and many more products, making Delta a full-service provider for all automation needs.
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