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Square TL-Q5MB1 Inductive Sensor NO 3-Wire Proximity Switch Hall

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Product description

Feature:
1. This is a DC three-wire normally open PNP proximity switch.
2. Inductive proximity switch, detection distance is 5mm.
3. The wire is 1.8 meters long, pure copper core, excellent electrical conductivity.
4. Suitable for typical mechanical equipment manufacturing: plastic machines, textile machines, air conditioners, elevators, etc.
5. This is a hall proximity switch powered by 10~30VDC.


Specification:
Brand:BERM
Item Type:Proximity Switch
Model:TL-Q5MB1
Output Mode:DC 3-Wire NO PNP
Working Voltage:DC10~30V
Detection Distance:5mm
Detection Mode:Electro-Magnetic Induction
Wire Length:1.8m
Type:Hall Proximity Switch
Detection Objects:Metal
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Package List:
1 x Proximity Switch

Square TL-Q5MB1 Inductive Sensor NO 3-Wire Proximity Switch Hall

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