Photoelectric fork sensors

With photoelectric fork sensors, the transmitter and receiver are located in the two ends of the housing and detect objects within the fork range. Thanks to the torsion-resistant housing, the device is always faultlessly aligned and functions perfectly, even with temperature fluctuations and mechanical stress. articularly suitable for small thin objects. Read more here

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AO901Photoelectric fork sensor, Fork width 30 mm
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  • Sensing range/ fork width 30 mm
  • Red light
  • 5000 Hz switching frequency
  • Light-on/dark-on mode can be set
  • Protection rating IP67
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AO902Photoelectric fork sensor, Fork width 50 mm
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  • Sensing range/ fork width 50 mm
  • Red light
  • 5000 Hz switching frequency
  • Light-on/dark-on mode can be set
  • Protection rating IP67
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AO903Photoelectric fork sensor, Fork width 80 mm
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  • Sensing range/ fork width 80 mm
  • Red light
  • 5000 Hz switching frequency
  • Light-on/dark-on mode can be set
  • Protection rating IP67
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AO905Photoelectric fork sensor, Fork width 10 mm
  • Sensing range/ fork width 10 mm
  • Red light
  • 2500 Hz switching frequency
  • Light-on/dark-on mode can be set
  • Protection rating IP67
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How photoelectric fork sensors work

Photoelectric fork sensors from autosen work on the basis of optical through beam sensors. Transmitter and receiver are located at both ends of the fork-shaped housing respectively. The detection range is within the fork opening. Transmitter and receiver need not be adjusted because both elements are stationary installed and aligned, thus rendering installation very simple. The buckling resistant housing ensures optimum alignment of transmitter and receiver even under temperature fluctuations and mechanical stresses. The detection of small objects up to the width of 0.4 mm is possible depending on the sensitivity of the receiver. The sensitivity of the photoelectric fork sensors is easily adjusted using a potentiometer.