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Retro-reflective sensor
0.075...8 m
Laser (protection class 1)
 
94.60 *
89.40

Online -5.50%

Retro-reflective sensor
0.05 ... 5 m
Red light
 
58.49 *
55.27

Online -5.50%

Retro-reflective sensor
0,1 ... 7 m
Red light
 
58.86 *
55.62

Online -5.50%

Retro-reflective sensor
0.1 ... 0.8 m
Red light
 
64.70 *
61.14

Online -5.50%

Retro-reflective sensor
0,03 ... 4 m
Red light
 
52.17 *
49.30

Online -5.50%

Retro-reflective sensor
20 ... 1800 mm
Red light
 
56.89 *
53.76

Online -5.50%

Retro-reflective sensor
0.05 ... 5 m
Red light
 
45.12 *
42.64

Online -5.50%

Retro-reflective sensor
0.05 ... 2.5 m
Red light
 
31.79 *
30.04

Online -5.50%

Retro-reflective sensors

With retro-reflective sensors, the transmitter and receiver modules are contained in a single housing. The beam of light is returned to the receiver module by means of a reflector. Objects are registered on account of the beam of light being interrupted. autosen’s retro-reflective sensors are available in an ultra-compact cuboidal form with a stainless steel housing, in a compact form with a plastic housing and with M12 and M18 threads in a stainless steel cylindrical form.

Advantages and disadvantages of retro-reflective sensors

Retro-reflective sensors have an average range, and they can reliably register non-transparent objects throughout the entire optical axis of operation. The device and the prismatic reflector are easy to set up. However, this must be done very exactly to ensure precise operation of the retro-reflective sensor.