A sensor for all tasks
Mark III features include enhanced dynamic range for low-contrast sensing and a ten-LED contrast indicator
Regardless of the sensing job, this miniature, high-performance, photoelectric sensor is the right tool. Why? Fully modular construction.
By selecting various combinations of light source, optical block, and mounting configuration, users can optimize the Smarteye® Mark III Sensor to almost any application.
Key Features of the Smarteye® Mark III Sensor:
Quick-change optical blocks allow proximity, convergent, retroreflective, polarized retroreflective, or fiber-optic sensing.
Mark III features include enhanced dynamic range for low-contrast sensing, and a ten-LED contrast indicator.
Universal mounting adapter snaps onto a DIN rail, or screws to site.
Tri-Tronics Company, Inc., P.O. Box 25135, Tampa, FL 33622-5135, 813-886-4000.
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