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design engineersPanasonicLS-H92F-Y
EMC Directive, RoHS DirectiveLS-401(P), LS-401(P)-C2, LS-4030.2 to 30 m 0.656 to 98.425 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-230 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.2 m 0.656 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.2 to 20 m 0.656 to 65.617 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-230 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.2 m 0.656 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.2 to 10 m 0.656 to 32.808 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-230 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.2 m 0.656 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.2 to 10 m 0.656 to 32.808 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-230 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.2 m 0.656 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
Orange LED (lights up when the amplifier output is ON)Green LED (lights up during laser emission)n/aIP40 (IEC)
design engineersPanasonicLS-H92F
EMC Directive, RoHS DirectiveLS-401(P), LS-401(P)-C2, LS-4030.2 to 30 m 0.656 to 98.425 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-230 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.2 m 0.656 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.2 to 20 m 0.656 to 65.617 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-230 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.2 m 0.656 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.2 to 10 m 0.656 to 32.808 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-230 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.2 m 0.656 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.2 to 10 m 0.656 to 32.808 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-230 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.2 m 0.656 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
Orange LED (lights up when the amplifier output is ON)Green LED (lights up during laser emission)n/aIP40 (IEC)
design engineersPanasonicLS-H92-Y
EMC Directive, RoHS DirectiveLS-401(P), LS-401(P)-C2, LS-4030.2 to 30 m 0.656 to 98.425 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-230 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.2 m 0.656 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.2 to 20 m 0.656 to 65.617 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-230 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.2 m 0.656 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.2 to 10 m 0.656 to 32.808 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-230 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.2 m 0.656 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.2 to 10 m 0.656 to 32.808 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-230 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.2 m 0.656 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
Orange LED (lights up when the amplifier output is ON)Green LED (lights up during laser emission)n/aIP40 (IEC)
design engineersPanasonicLS-H92
EMC Directive, RoHS DirectiveLS-401(P), LS-401(P)-C2, LS-4030.2 to 30 m 0.656 to 98.425 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-230 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.2 m 0.656 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.2 to 20 m 0.656 to 65.617 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-230 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.2 m 0.656 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.2 to 10 m 0.656 to 32.808 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-230 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.2 m 0.656 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.2 to 10 m 0.656 to 32.808 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-230 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.2 m 0.656 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
Orange LED (lights up when the amplifier output is ON)Green LED (lights up during laser emission)n/aIP40 (IEC)
design engineersPanasonicLS-H91F-Y
EMC Directive, RoHS DirectiveLS-401(P), LS-401(P)-C2, LS-4030.1 to 7 m 0.328 to 22.966 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 5 m 0.328 to 16.404 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 3 m 0.328 to 9.843 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 3 m 0.328 to 9.843 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
Orange LED (lights up when the amplifier output is ON)Green LED (lights up during laser emission)n/aIP40 (IEC)
design engineersPanasonicLS-H91F-A-Y
EMC Directive, RoHS DirectiveLS-401(P), LS-401(P)-C2, LS-4030.1 to 5 m 0.328 to 16.404 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 3 m 0.328 to 9.843 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 1 m 0.328 to 3.281 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 1 m 0.328 to 3.281 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
Orange LED (lights up when the amplifier output is ON)Green LED (lights up during laser emission)n/aIP40 (IEC)
design engineersPanasonicLS-H91F-A
EMC Directive, RoHS DirectiveLS-401(P), LS-401(P)-C2, LS-4030.1 to 5 m 0.328 to 16.404 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 3 m 0.328 to 9.843 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 1 m 0.328 to 3.281 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 1 m 0.328 to 3.281 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
Orange LED (lights up when the amplifier output is ON)Green LED (lights up during laser emission)n/aIP40 (IEC)
design engineersPanasonicLS-H91F
EMC Directive, RoHS DirectiveLS-401(P), LS-401(P)-C2, LS-4030.1 to 7 m 0.328 to 22.966 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 5 m 0.328 to 16.404 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 3 m 0.328 to 9.843 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 3 m 0.328 to 9.843 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
Orange LED (lights up when the amplifier output is ON)Green LED (lights up during laser emission)n/aIP40 (IEC)
design engineersPanasonicLS-H91-Y
EMC Directive, RoHS DirectiveLS-401(P), LS-401(P)-C2, LS-4030.1 to 7 m 0.328 to 22.966 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 5 m 0.328 to 16.404 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 3 m 0.328 to 9.843 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 3 m 0.328 to 9.843 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
Orange LED (lights up when the amplifier output is ON)Green LED (lights up during laser emission)n/aIP40 (IEC)
design engineersPanasonicLS-H91-C5
EMC Directive, RoHS DirectiveLS-401(P), LS-401(P)-C2, LS-4030.1 to 7 m 0.328 to 22.966 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 5 m 0.328 to 16.404 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 3 m 0.328 to 9.843 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 3 m 0.328 to 9.843 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
Orange LED (lights up when the amplifier output is ON)Green LED (lights up during laser emission)n/aIP40 (IEC)
design engineersPanasonicLS-H91-A-Y
EMC Directive, RoHS DirectiveLS-401(P), LS-401(P)-C2, LS-4030.1 to 5 m 0.328 to 16.404 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 3 m 0.328 to 9.843 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 1 m 0.328 to 3.281 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 1 m 0.328 to 3.281 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
Orange LED (lights up when the amplifier output is ON)Green LED (lights up during laser emission)n/aIP40 (IEC)
design engineersPanasonicLS-H91-A-C5
EMC Directive, RoHS DirectiveLS-401(P), LS-401(P)-C2, LS-4030.1 to 5 m 0.328 to 16.404 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 3 m 0.328 to 9.843 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 1 m 0.328 to 3.281 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 1 m 0.328 to 3.281 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
Orange LED (lights up when the amplifier output is ON)Green LED (lights up during laser emission)n/aIP40 (IEC)
design engineersPanasonicLS-H91-A
EMC Directive, RoHS DirectiveLS-401(P), LS-401(P)-C2, LS-4030.1 to 5 m 0.328 to 16.404 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 3 m 0.328 to 9.843 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 1 m 0.328 to 3.281 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 1 m 0.328 to 3.281 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
Orange LED (lights up when the amplifier output is ON)Green LED (lights up during laser emission)n/aIP40 (IEC)
design engineersPanasonicLS-H91
EMC Directive, RoHS DirectiveLS-401(P), LS-401(P)-C2, LS-4030.1 to 7 m 0.328 to 22.966 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 5 m 0.328 to 16.404 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 3 m 0.328 to 9.843 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
0.1 to 3 m 0.328 to 9.843 ft
(Note) The sensing range is the value for the RF-330 reflector. In addition, the sensing range is the possible setting range for the reflector. The sensor can detect an object less than 0.1 m 0.328 ft away. Note that if there are white papers or specular objects near the sensor head, reflected light from these objects may be received. In such cases, use the M.G.S. function of the amplifier unit to change the response time or incident light sensitivity.
Orange LED (lights up when the amplifier output is ON)Green LED (lights up during laser emission)n/aIP40 (IEC)
design engineersPanasonicLS-H22F
EMC Directive, RoHS DirectiveLS-401(P), LS-401(P)-C2, LS-40330 to 1,000 mm 1.181 to 39.370 in30 to 500 mm 1.181 to 19.685 in30 to 300 mm 1.181 to 11.811 in30 to 300 mm 1.181 to 11.811 inOrange LED (lights up when the amplifier output is ON)Green LED (lights up during laser emission)Multi-turn adjusterIP40 (IEC)

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