Weld Immune Proximity Sensors

Weld Immune Proximity Sensors

These four-wire, 10-30VDC sensors are 40mmx40mm cube style and offer both N.O. and N.C. PNP outputs. They offer a five-way rotating head for installation flexibility and include two corner, high-visibility indicators for power and target status.

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New RhinoTM Weld Immune Proximity Sensors

TWINSBURG, OH – Pepperl+Fuchs introduces two new RhinoTM style weld-immune inductive proximity sensors. Available in 20mm flush mountable and 40mm non-flush mount sensing ranges, these sensors feature a weld slag resistant sensing face and all-metal housing and mounting for maximum application durability. The new models compliment Pepperl+Fuchs’ line of non-weld field immune RhinoTM cube style plastic housing sensors.

These four-wire, 10-30VDC sensors are 40mmx40mm cube style and offer both N.O. and N.C. PNP outputs. They offer a five-way rotating head for installation flexibility and include two corner, high-visibility indicators for power and target status.

Pepperl+Fuchs is a world leader in the design, manufacture and application of high quality factory and process automation products and services. Pepperl+Fuchs pioneered the development of proximity sensors 45 years ago, and has set the standard for innovation and quality ever since.

For more information contact: Pepperl+Fuchs, 1600 Enterprise Parkway, Twinsburg, OH 44087; (330) 486-0001; fax: (330) 405-4710; [email protected]; www.am.pepperl-fuchs.com.


This 800+ page resource includes complete features, benefits, selection guidelines, specifications, dimensions and wiring diagrams for their full line of capacitive sensors, inductive sensors, special sensors, ultrasonic sensors, photoelectric sensors, cord sets, amplifiers, counters, timers and controls, and accessories. It also includes detailed information on the fundamentals of each sensing technology.

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