Telco Sensors Inc. Datasheets for Photoelectric Sensors

Photoelectric sensors use emitters and receivers to detect the presence, absence, or distance of target objects.
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Product Name Notes
Optical Fork Sensor -- OFS 2 mm to 220 mm fork width Aluminium housing Plug connection Infrared or visible red light source Sensitivity adjustment via potentiometer Switch selectable light or dark function Output indicator High...
SpaceMaster™ -- SM 3000/CAT2 Operation mode and max sensing range: Thru beam: 1-10 m Cable or plug connection Sensitivity adjustment via control input Power and output indicator 10 – 30 V dc supply voltage...
SpacePak™ -- SP 2000 Operation mode and max sensing range: Thru-beam: 0 –45 m Diffuse proximity: 0–3 m Retro reflective: 0 –12 m Polarised retro reflective: 0 –10 m Background suppression: 0 –1.5 m...
SpaceMaster™ -- SM 8000 Operation mode and max sensing range: Thru-beam: 0-20 m Diffuse proximity: 0-0,5 m Retro reflective: 0-3 m Fibre: Dependent on fibre optic Cable or plug connection Sensitivity adjustment via potentiometer...
SpaceMaster™ -- SM 7000 Operation mode and max sensing range: Thru-beam: 0-20 m Diffuse proximity: 0-0,5 m Retro reflective: 0-3 m Fibre: Dependent on the fibre optic Cable or Plug connection Sensitivity adjustment via...
SpaceMaster™ -- SM 3000 Operation mode and max sensing range: Thru-beam: 1-15 m Cable or plug connection Sensitivity adjustment via control input Wide variety of housings Power and output indicator High voltage tolerance to...
SpaceMaster™ -- SM 6000 Operation mode and max sensing range: Thru-beam: 1-6 m Cable or plug connection Sensitivity adjustment via control input Wide variety of housings Power and output indicators High tolerance to hostile...
Remote Sensor -- 100
Remote Sensor -- 101
Remote Sensor -- 110
Remote Sensor -- 120
Operation mode and max sensing range: Thru-beam: Dependent on amplifier (up to 70m) Diffuse proximity: Dependent on amplifier (up to 5m) Optional sensor monitor LED Wide variety of housings High...