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          Digital Fibre Optic SensorsFS-V30 series

          Liquid-level-detection Fibre Unit

          FU-94C

          SPECIFICATIONS

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          Model

          FU-94C

          Type

          Reflective model fibre unit

          Fibre unit length

          2 m (cannot be cut)

          Minimum bend radius

          R40 mm*1

          Minimum detectable object

          Liquid*2*3

          Repetition accuracy

          1 mm or less (for water)

          Environmental resistance

          Pressure resistance

          -49 kPa to 490 kPa

          Ambient temperature

          -40 to +200 °C

          Material

          Case : fluorocarbon polymer, core fibre : multicomponent glass (inside a fluorocarbon polymer case)

          Weight

          Approx. 90 g

          *1 The section 80 mm in length from the tip cannot be bent.
          *2 It may not be possible to detect some liquids, such as those that have a milky white colour.
          *3 The minimum detectable object is the value when the detecting distance and sensitivity have been set to their optimal state.

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