2-4 weeks

164,00 excl. VAT

pico+25/WK/F is an M18 ultrasonic sensor with right-angled head, 1 x PNP/NPN switching output, IO-Link interface and a range from 35 up to 350 mm.

NOTE: The pico+25/WK/F has been replaced by the pico+25/WK/F/A. The new sensor version is equipped with IO-Link 1.1 that supports Smart Sensor Profiel. Do you rather configure the sensors with LinkControl? Please keep in mind that this new sensor needs a new set of parameters. Feel free to contact us if you need support.

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The pico+25/WK/F sensors from microsonic with 1x PNP/NPN switching output are a series of compact ultrasonic sensors in M18 screw thread housing with a length of just 41 mm. In addition to the variant with the right angled sensor head there is also a variant with a normal head available.

The pico+25/WK/F detects from 30 mm up to 350 mm. With three types of outputs the pico+ series is suited for a wide range of applications.

Sensors with the PushPull-output support the SIO and IO-Link modes. The sensors with analog output are optionally available with a current-based 4-20 mA output or a voltage-based 0-10 V output.

In the SIO mode the sensors are configured with pin 5 through the microsonic teach-in procedure.

LinkControl optionally allows an extensive range of configuration possibilities for the pico+ sensors. Through the LCA-2 LinkControl adapter pico+sensors can be connected to a PC.

Additional information


5-pin M12 connector



Sealing class


IO-Link Version 1.0.1


COM-input, Right-angled version, LinkControl, Multiplex, Synchronization, Temperature compensation



Measuring range

30 - 350 mm

Response time

32 ms

Switching frequency

25 Hz




Ultrasonic sensor


IO-Link, PushPull


Distance sensor

Power supply

10 - 30 Vdc

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