- Through beam sensor (transmitter; receiver: AO004) in stainless steel housing in rectangular design with M8 connector (4-pin)
- Sensing range 10 m
- Easy adjustment due to visible red light
- Ideal for use in hygienic and wet zones
- Protection rating IP65/ IP67/ IP68/ IP69k
DescriptionBest optical performance in standard applications – can even be used in wet areas and in the food industry. Through-beam sensors feature very long detection ranges since they consist of two separate components: transmitter and receiver. The autosen AO003 photocell has a range of 10 m. Thanks to the robust stainless steel housing, the transmitter features protection rating IP65, IP67, IP68 and IP69K and is thus suited for standard applications as well as the food industry and wet areas. The visible red light allows easy adjustment of the through-beam system. The light beam is a one-way beam and thus highly resistant to dust, steam or lens soiling. This guarantees high excess gain.
The optical transmitter AO003 from autosen can be used together with the optical receiver AO004.
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For further technical details as well as suitable accessories (sensor cables AA009, AA010, AA011, AA012 for standard applications; sensor cables AA013, AA014, AA015, AA016 for wet areas and the food industry; angle bracket AA907 and optical receiver AO004) please see the detailed data sheet - at autosen.com.
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Technical data AO003
Outputs / inputs
Direct voltage (DC)
No accessories included
DIN EN 60947-5-2
x - distance [mm]
y - excess gain factor