Sick WL4SLG-3P1232V
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Sick WL4SLG-3P1232V
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WL4SLG-3P1232V REF.PHOTOELEC.SWITCH art. 1091910
Item Number: WL4SLG-3P1232V
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Sick WL4SLG-3P1232V

Datasheet:

  • Article No.: 1091910
  • Sensor/detection principle: Reflective sensor, Autocollimation
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 15.3 mm x 55 .4 mm x 22.2 mm
  • Case design: Waterproof
  • Case shape (light output): Rectangular
  • Hole pattern: M3
  • Operating distance, max.: 0 m ... 4.5 m , ,
  • Sensing distance: 0 m ... 2 m
  • Type of radiation: Visible red light
  • RADIATION SOURCE: Laser
  • Light spot size (distance): Ш 1 mm (500 mm)
  • Wavelength: 650 nm
  • Laser class: 1 (EN 60825-1:2014, IEC 60825-1:2014 / CDRH 21 CFR 1040.10 & 1040.11)
  • Setting: Setting button
  • Special applications: Hygienic zones and areas with high humidity, Detection of transparent objects, Detection of small objects
  • Supply voltage: 10 V DC ... 30 V DC
  • Residual ripple: < 5 V ss
  • Current consumption: 30 mA
  • Switching output: PNP
  • Output signal function: Complementary
  • Switching type: LIGHT/DARK
  • Output current Imax: ? 100 mA
  • Rating: ? 0.5 ms
  • Switching frequency: 1.000 Hz
  • Connection type: Cable, 4-core, 5 m
  • Cable material: PVC
  • Cable cross-section: 0.14 mmІ
  • Protection circuits: A , B , C ,
  • Protection class: III
  • Weight: 80 g
  • Polarizing filter: ?
  • Case material: Stainless steel, Stainless steel V4A (1.4404, 316L)
  • Material, optics: Plastic, PMMA
  • Protection type: IP66, IP67, IP68, IP69K,
  • Special version: Detection of transparent objects
  • Operating temperature range: –10 °C ... +50 °C
  • Operating temperature range, extended: –30 °C ... +55 °C
  • Storage temperature range: –30 °C ... +70 °C
  • MTTFD: 582 years ( EN ISO 13849-1)
  • DCavg: 0 %
  • Series:W4SLG- 3V
  • Sensing distance:0 … 2 m
  • Output type:PNP
  • Type of radiation: visible red light

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