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          Two-wire self contained amplifier proximity sensorsEV series

          EV-108M

          Main Unit, Shielded Type, M8

          SPECIFICATIONS

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          Model

          EV-108M

          Type

          DC , Shielded

          Shape

          M8

          Detecting distance

          1.5 mm ±10%

          Detectable object

          Ferrous metals (see Characteristics for nonferrous metals)

          Standard target
          (iron, t=1 mm)

          10 x 10 mm

          Hysteresis

          10% max. of detecting distance

          Response frequency

          800 Hz

          Operation mode

          N.O.

          Temperature characteristics

          ±10% max. of detecting distance at +23°C, within -25 to +70°C

          Control output
          (switching capacity)

          5 to 80 mA

          Protection circuit

          Reversed polarity,surge voltage

          Cable length

          2 m

          Rating

          Power voltage

          12 to 24 VDC, Ripple (P-P) 20 % or less

          Current consumption (leakage
          current)

          Current consumption (leakage current): 1.0 mA max., Residual voltage: 3.6 V max. (with 2-m cable)

          Residual voltage

          Residual voltage: 3.6 V max. (with 2-m cable)

          Environmental resistance

          Enclosure rating

          IP67

          Ambient temperature

          -25 to +80 °C (No freezing)

          Relative humidity

          35 to 95 % RH (No condensation)

          Vibration resistance

          10 to 55 Hz, Double amplitude 1.5 mm, 2 hours in each of the X, Y, and Z directions

          Shock resistance

          500 m/s2, 3 times in each of the X, Y, and Z directions

          Case material

          Stainless steel (SUS304)

          Accessories

          Nut × 2, toothed washer × 1, instruction manual

          Weight

          Approx. 42 g

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