Series Photoelectric Sensors sense distances of up to 30m (98 ft), with
greater signal strength to reliably "see" through more contaminants that
collect on the sensor lens. The new light spot also facilitates easier
alignment, even to small objects or reflectors. The ML100 series is cULus
The ML100 provides
automatic crosstalk protection, meaning that two ML100 sensors can be used
together without any mounting restrictions. They are also highly immune to
ambient light, even in environments using high frequency energy-saving
fluorescent lights. A broader temperature rating (-30 to 60C; -22 to 140F) means
the ML100 provides reliable operation in bothlower temperature and higher temperature environments, including
cold storage areas.
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