Use Less Expensive Dc Sensors

Sept. 12, 2006
The M12 eurofast AC/DC junction box contains an integrated DC power supply that allows the use of DC sensors in AC applications.
This 4-port junction box simulates a 2-wire AC sensor, providing a cost-effective solution that is easier than installing a separate power supply and relays, says the vendor. Costs are reduced by using DC sensors, which are generally less expensive than AC sensors. The integrated power supply also permits the user to utilize the more prevalent and varied DC sensors in every application, and reduces sensor stock levels. The AC/DC junction box offers 85-132VAC input, 100mA output per port, and 24VDC output to PNP short-circuit protected sensors only. The die-cast aluminum alloy, fully encapsulated housing offers IP 67 protection when all ports are connected or are covered with closure caps. Turck Inc.www.turck.comPhone: 800.544.7769

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