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Inductive sensor IQ40 – Sick

The new IQ40 inductive proximity sensors can be mounted in a matter of seconds, offers flexible adjustment options, and is easy to monitor.

The innovative pushlock system enables mounting without tools in one second flat and makes replacing sensors child’s play. Thanks to the rotating sensor head, the IQ40 sensors can be adapted to suit a whole range of applications. The four corner LEDs enable straightforward sensor status monitoring, whatever the mounting position. With state-of-the-art ASIC technology and Sick’s many years of experience behind it, the proximity sensor features an extensive ambient temperature range, excellent resistance to shocks and vibrations, plus electromagnetic compatibility. Even in extremely harsh environments with severe weather conditions, it operates reliably at all times.
 
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Features
  • Housing design: 40 mm x 40 mm;
  • Increased sensing ranges: 20 mm, flush and 40 mm, non-flush;
  • Electrical configuration: DC 3-wire, DC 4-wire;
  • Ambient temperature range: –25 °C to 85 °C;
  • Enclosure rating: IP 68, IP 69K;
  • Push-lock mounting system;
  • Four corner LEDs;
  • Sensor head can be rotated in five directions.

Advantages
  • Reliable, cost-effective detection;
  • Easy to mount in one second flat without the need for additional tools;
  • The four corner LEDs ensure that the sensor status can be identified from any viewing direction, whatever the mounting position;
  • Can be easily adapted to numerous applications;
  • Long sensor service life, even in harsh environments that are subjected to severe weather conditions;
  • Stable processes thanks to extensive sensing ranges.

Industries
  • Positioning of electrical overhead conveyors in storage and conveyor systems;
  • Positioning of skid conveyors in the automotive industry;
  • Freight container handling in ports and airports;
  • Positioning of lifting equipment in the steel industry;
  • Presence detection of fairground rides.


F.Fonseca is the representative of Sick in Portugal.

 
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