|FA22849||Can I purchase separately the contact block or the rotary head of a ZCKJxx limit switch?|
We cannot supply either the contact block or the rotary head of the ZCKJxx body separately, because the actuation angle of the head is set by adjusting...
|FA22877||What limit switch should I use to monitor the operating direction of a sliding gate?|
In order to monitor the operating direction of a sliding gate (detecting movement to the right or to the left) using a single detector, the best solution...
|FA22763||What are the rules for parallel-connection of XS 3-wire inductive, XT capacitive and XU photoelectric detectors?|
The relevant products are XS inductive and XT capacitive sensors, and XU photoelectric detectors.
When connected in series,...
|FA23633||How can I cable to the process PNP and NPN type detectors?|
PNP and NPN type outputs are available as 3-wire sensors with a DC voltage power supply (the voltage limits are dependent on the specific sensor):
|FA23081||What is the operating principle of an XS1 ferrous/non-ferrous detector with materials?|
Difference between ferrous product to be detected and non-ferrous product to be detected
Ferrous products: any steel
|FA22907||How does a photoelectric detector operate in "thru-beam" mode?|
A thru beam sensor uses an external beam transmitter to a receiver that detects when the beam is broken.
Note the following operating precautions:
|FA22543||Can I cable a 3-wire PNP type detector in the interrupt loop of the time delay Y39-Y40 of the XPSAV?|
The principle of monitoring the input loops of the Preventa XPSAVxx module with a pulsed voltage makes it impossible to insert PNP or NPN sensors...
|FA23721||What is the operating principle of a detector for XSAV type rotation control?|
Advantage and preferred uses
XSAVxx inductive sensors for rotation control have the special feature of combining data acquisition functions and...
|FA22706||What is the part number of the Harmony Padlockable Flaps?|
It is ZB4BZ6x, to which the number corresponding to the colour must be added: 2 = Black 4 = Red 5 = Yellow 6 = Blue
|FA22896||Can I use photoelectric detectors outdoors?|
Our photoelectric detectors are not suitable for use in outdoor or semi-outdoor environments.
The reason for a photoelectric detector not being suitable...