The "Osiris" range of photoelectric sensors detect virtually any material, object, or person. The range comprises four product families for general usage and another four for specialist industrial applications such as packaging, automated assembly, and mechanical handling. Conforming to IEC, UL, and CSA standards, these products will detect objects at distances between 1 mm to 100m, and with IP67 protection and operation between -25 and 55C, these sensors can be used in harsh industrial environments.
Schneider Electric S.A., 89, Bd Franklin Roosevelt, F-92506 Rueil Malmaison, Switzerland, FAX +41 29 89 13.
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