Stainless steel photoelectric sensors

PD30ET Series are IP69K stainless steel photoelectric sensors that offer AISI316L stainless steel housings.

08/16/2016


PD30ET Series are IP69K stainless steel photoelectric sensors that offer AISI316L stainless steel housings. Courtesy: Carlo GavazziCarlo Gavazzi's PD30ET series are IP69K stainless steel photoelectric sensors that offer AISI316L stainless steel housings. With an IP69K environmental rating and ECOLAB certification, the sensors can operate in harsh environments. The PD30ET provides resistance to high-pressure wash-down, aggressive cleaning agents, harsh disinfectants, and high temperatures frequently found in the food and beverage industry. It is also suited for other harsh environments, including material handling, packaging, agriculture, and mobile equipment. Some of the features include NO and NC outputs, and 10 to 30 Vdc power supply.

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