Built-in amplifier photoelectric sensors

PZ-G series

  • CE Marking
  • UL Listing(c/us)

1. Complete Lineup of Self-Contained Photoeyes

Reflective, Retro-Reflective and Thrubeam (breakbeam) types are all available in the PZ-G Series. These sensors have the power to blast over 130 ft and the sensitivity to detect even clear targets.

Complete Lineup of Self-Contained Photoeyes

2. Easy to Use

Simple trimpot calibration and light-on/dark-on capabilities are built into each PZ-G. Additional features like built-in alignment indicators make the PZ-G series very easy to use.

Easy to Use

3. Simplified Installation

One touch brackets and optional M8 & M12 quick disconnects save considerable time during the installation process or replacement.

Simplified Installation

Download Catalogue PZ-G Series Built-in amplifier photoelectric sensors Catalogue (English)


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Download Catalogue PZ-G Series Built-in amplifier photoelectric sensors Catalogue (English)

Case Studies

  • The Problem: The operators switch between jobs to keep fresh, however some components are not always placed onto the assemblies. This can create several scenarios. The first is that the assembly damages parts within the automation equipment.

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