Fiber-optic sensors

FA1 Fiber Optic Amplifier features an adjustable signal level, selectable response time, multiple timer functions, and many other features for applications such as semiconductor and packaging.

03/07/2016


FA1 Fiber Optic Amplifier features an adjustable signal level, selectable response time, multiple timer functions, and many other features for applications such as semiconductor and packaging. Courtesy: Carlo GavazziCarlo Gavazzi's fiber-optic sensors include the FA1 Fiber Optic Amplifier with a compact and flexible design that fits a wide variety of applications. An adjustable signal level, selectable response time, multiple timer functions, and UL508 approval provide the features and application flexibility required in industries such as semiconductor and packaging. Two four-digit LED displays simplify programming and provide excellent feedback for monitoring application setup, troubleshooting, and operation. Other features include adjustable sensitivity via an intuitive three-way switch, selectable response time, and 100-mA NPN or PNP output.

Carlo Gavazzi

www.gavazzionline.com



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