DC 12~24V Infrared Photocell Gate Sensor for Sliding Gate
Photoelectric sensors are popular in all industries and have been used on assembly lines in automation for decades. They detect the presence of an object through light. To do this, they emit a light beam (either visible or infrared). Compared to ultrasonic technologies that use sound, photoelectric sensing has faster response times. This is due to the faster speed of light than sound.
Rolling Shutter, Automatic Gates, Retractable Awning, Boom barriers.
Optional Accessories for Infrared Photocell Gate Sensor
Warning Light, Wi-Fi mobile Access with ( Voice Command Through Google Assistant, Alexa, Siri ), RFID, Vehicle LOOP Detectors, Face Recognition, Fingerprint, Bluetooth USB Port.
Main Features of Infrared Photocell Gate Sensor:
Single beam infrared sensor with the latest LED indicator light.
Anti-glare up to 50,000 LUX, to avoid the impact of glare or car light.
Sealed design to anti-rain, fog, dust, and other integrated weather.
With high levels of Anti-RFI/ EMI capability.
High-power transmitter, sensitivity surplus degree up to 90%.
Adjustable beam interdiction period, to make it flexible and adaptable
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14 × 13 × 4.5 cm
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