XUM6APBNM8 is replaced by:
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- Reason for Substitution: End of life
- Substitution date: 27 February 2008
Main range of productOsiSense XU series nameGeneral purpose single mode electronic sensor typePhoto-electric sensor sensor nameXUM sensor designMiniature detection systemDiffuse materialPlastic type of output signalDiscrete supply circuit typeDC wiring technique3-wire discrete output typePNP discrete output function1 NC electrical connection1 male connector M8, 4 pins product specific application- emissionInfrared diffuse [Sn] nominal sensing distance0.1 m diffuse Complementary enclosure materialPBT lens materialPMMA maximum sensing distance0.15 m diffuse output typeSolid state wire insulation materialPVC status LED1 LED (green) for instability1 LED (orange) for output state [Us] rated supply voltage12...24 V DC with reverse polarity protection supply voltage limits10...30 V DC switching capacity in mA<= 100 mA (overload and short-circuit protection) switching frequency<= 500 Hz voltage drop<= 2 V (closed state) current consumption<= 20 mA (no-load) delay first up< 100 ms delay response< 1 ms delay recovery1 ms setting-upSensitivity adjustment by potentiometer depth20 mm height33 mm length11 mm width11 mm product weight0.02 kg Environment product certificationsCEcURus ambient air temperature for operation-25...55 °C ambient air temperature for storage-30...70 °C immunity to ambient light3000 lux with natural light3000 lux with incandescent light vibration resistance20 gn, amplitude = +/- 1.5 mm (f = 10...500 Hz) conforming to IEC 60068-2-6 shock resistance50 gn (duration = 11 ms) conforming to IEC 60068-2-27 IP degree of protectionIP67 conforming to IEC 60529 Contractual warranty Warranty period18 months
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