Pepperl+Fuchs OBT30-R3F-E0
Triangulation sensor (BGS)

Pepperl+Fuchs OBT30-R3F-E0
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  • Very flat design for direct mounting without mounting bracket
  • Precision object detection, almost irrespective of the color
  • Small parts detection from 0.1 mm
  • Highly visible light spot, even on dark materials
  • High degree of immunity to extraneous light
Item Number: OBT30-R3F-E0
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Switching frequencyapprox. 1 kHz
Detection range1 ... 30 mm
CCC approvalCCC approval / marking not required for products rated ≤36 V
Operation indicatorLED green, statically lit Power on , short-circuit : LED green flashing (approx. 4 Hz)
Product standardEN 60947-5-2
Cable length2 m
Reference targetstandard white, 100 mm x 100 mm
Voltage drop≤ 1.5 V DC
Housing width16 mm
Housing height25.5 mm
LED risk group labellingexempt group
Angle deviationapprox. 2 В°
Function indicatorLED yellow ON: lights when object is detected
Operating voltage10 ... 30 V DC
Switching voltagemax. 30 V DC
Storage temperature-20 ... 70 В°C (-4 ... 158 В°F)
Housing depth4.1 mm
MTTFd800 a
Light typemodulated visible red light , 630 nm
Switching typeNO contact / light on
Degree of protectionIP67
Ambient temperature-20 ... 60 В°C (-4 ... 140 В°F)
Black/White difference (6 %/90 %)< 20 % at 30 mm
No-load supply current< 15 mA
Diagnostic Coverage (DC)0 %
Response time500 µs
Mission Time (TM)20 a
Object sizetyp. starts from 0.1 mm @ 16 mm
Connection2 m fixed cable
Massapprox. 20 g
Diameter of the light spotapprox. 5.5 mm at a distance of 30 mm
Ambient light limitEN 60947-5-2 : 25000 Lux
Optical facefrontal
Tightening torque, fastening screws1 Nm
UL approvalE87056 , cULus Recognized, Class 2 Power Source
Switching currentmax. 50 mA , resistive load
Light sourceLED
Protection classIII
Signal output1 NPN output, short-circuit protected, reverse polarity protected, open collector
Angle of divergenceapprox. 5 В°

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