Mounting Brackets are designed for use with the company's Series 28 and Series
29 photoelectric sensors. They provide greater alignment and positioning
flexibility for faster changeover, and feature a protective shroud that covers
two sides of the sensor housing for greater sensor protection, when compared
with standard right angle brackets. These benefits can help reduce costs and
maximize productivity in automotive,
handling and packaging
brackets provide an affordable means of mounting photoelectric sensors with
multi-axes alignment. They feature half-clamp mounting in which the bracket
fastens on a 12 mm (0.5 inch) diameter rod or bolt. Once fastened, the
half-clamp can be rotated 360 degrees around the rod or bolt to best align the
sensor to satisfy the specific application requirements.
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