Reflector Infrared Sensor for Photoelectric Sensor

Reflector Infrared Sensor for Photoelectric Sensor is widely used in lifting doors, revolving doors, sliding gates, wall security protection, widow and balcony security, etc.


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    Reflector Infrared Sensor for Photoelectric Sensor

    Retroreflective photoelectric sensors have the emitter and receiver together in the same component. For the retroreflective sensor to work, the sensor’s emitter needs to be pointed at a reflector and aligned, so the light travels from the sensor’s receiver. The retroreflective sensor output works the same as the through-beam sensor output. The output is on if the light is not blocked and the output is off if the light is blocked.

    Reflector Infrared Sensor for Photoelectric Sensor


    Brand MR TECH
    Model NoMR RIPS15M
    Product NameReflector Infrared Sensor for Photoelectric Sensor
    Input VoltageAC: 9V 24V ( AC Frequency: 45 ∼ 60HZ, Imax = 15mA)
    Working Current<38mA @12VDC (Relay on), <20mA@12VDC (Relay Off)
    Detect Distance<20m (with Imported Lens)
    Reaction Timeabout 30ms
    Ambient Light IntensityMax 5000lux
    Type of LightingVisible Red Light
    Working Temperature-20ºc ∼ +70ºc
    Package IncludesSafety Photocell Sensors
    FunctionAuto shut-off, Anti-shock, Automatic
    Application Rolling Shutter, Automatic Gates, Retractable Awning, Boom barriers, Warehouse Doors.
    Optional use Gate Motors, Garage Doors, Boom Barriers, Glass Doors, Rolling Shutter Operators, Safety Motors, Hydraulic Rising Bollards, Automatic Lifting Roadblocks, Hydraulic Spike Road Blockers, Tyre Killer, and Road Blockers

    Reflector Infrared Sensor for Photoelectric Sensor

    Reflector Infrared Sensor Installation Procedure:

    • Please install and test the product within Max. detect range.
    • Install the reflector in a suitable position and the reflector should face the sensor.
    • Adjust the position of a sensor according to the reflector, and point the sensor to the center of the reflector.[ In the initial installation and debugging, fix the sensor firstly, the reflector is aligned with the sensor, and then move the reflector from near to far to the desired position].
    • Do not power up the sensor until all electrical wiring of the sensor is complete.

    Reflector Infrared Sensor for Photoelectric Sensor

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    Weight 0.990 kg
    Dimensions 15 × 12 × 4.5 cm
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