Self-contained photoelectric sensors from Keyence designed for harsh environments

The PR-G series of general purpose stainless steel photoeye photoelectric sensors feature a metal housing instead of the traditional plastic, so the sensors are able to withstand damage and provide detection even in harsh environments, as verified from third-party certification from ECOLAB and Diversey.

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The PR-G series of general purpose stainless steel photoeye photoelectric sensors feature a metal housing instead of the traditional plastic, so the sensors are able to withstand damage and provide detection even in harsh environments, as verified from third-party certification from ECOLAB and Diversey. The sensors are also high-powered, as evidenced by an integrated four-element LED with an increase in the gain of the received light intensity, which reportedly enables the sensors to achieve a maximum detecting distance of 30 meters.

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Contact:Keyence
Headquarters
: Elmwood Park, NJ, United States
Product:
PR-G series
Key Features:
Integrated four-element LED, stainless steel housing, highly visible indicator, seven-segment display.

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