elobau 1471 Slot Sensor

March 4, 2016
elobau sensor technology Inc. has developed the new 1471 Slot Sensor. This sensor is a perfect choice for sensing positions, in applications such as floor location vanes on elevators, seats positions in vehicles, park brake lever position, or shifter positions on transmissions.

It has a compact housing for space-saving mounting. The 1471 includes a 300mm pigtail PUR-cable with a Deutsch connector for easier mounting capabilities. We offer these in NO, NC and CO switch types.

The Slot Sensor features reliable non-contact Reed switch technology. The switching is 10 W/VA under 48V maximum switching voltage, with a maximum switching current of 0.5 Amps. The technology ensures a long service life with over 1,000,000 switching cycles. Temperature range is -40ºC to +85ºC (-40ºF to +185ºF) and the Slot Sensor is IP6K7 (ISO 20653) compliant.

elobau is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of non-contacting sensor technology and has representatives in more than 28 locations around the globe. Our customers in industry and vehicle manufacturing profit from our flexibility in development and our reliability in production. Flexibility, customer-orientation, quality, promptness and superior service will continue to guide elobau’s efforts in the future.

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