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SMT 3000C SG T3

Telco Sensors

SMT 3000C SG T3 is a photoelectric transmitter in miniature housing with 3-pin M8-connector. Range 6 m.

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approximately 6 to 8 weeks
HS Code: 85414900Country of Origin: Denmark SKU: 0466127201 Categories: ,
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Connection

3-pin M8 connector

Housing

9.5 x 11.5 x 60 mm

Sealing class

Features

COM-input

Material

Plastic

Measuring range

6 m

Series

SM3000

Version

Transmitter

Power supply

10 - 30 Vdc

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