World-Beam® QS18VP6LPQ9 QS18 Photoelectric Sensor, Rectangle Shape, 3500 mm Sensing, Visible Red LED Sensing Beam, PNP Output

Photoelectric Sensors
394476 MFG #: QS18VP6LPQ9
World-Beam®
72.00000 / ea
  • Connection Type: Integral Quick-Disconnect M8 (Pico)
  • Country of Origin: UA
  • Enclosure Type: NEMA 6/IP67
  • Environmental Conditions: 95% at 50 deg C Maximum Operating Relative Humidity
  • Light Source: LED
  • Mounting Type: M18
  • Operating Temperature: -20 to 70 deg C
  • Output Type: PNP
  • Response Time: 0.6 ms
  • Sensing Beam: Visible Red LED
  • Sensing Method: Retro Reflective/Polarized
  • Sensing Range: 3500 mm
  • Series: QS18
  • Shape: Rectangle
  • Standards/Approvals: cURus Listed
  • Stock Status: Normally Stocked
  • UOM: lb
  • Voltage Rating: 10/30 VDC
  • Weight: 1
  • Brand Name: World-Beam®
  • Manufacturer: Banner Engineering
WORLD-BEAM® Photoelectric Sensor, Series: QS18, Rectangle, Retro Reflective/Polarized Sensing Method, 3500 mm Sensing Range, Visible Red LED Sensing Beam, 0.6 ms Response, PNP Output, 10/30 VDC, Integral Quick-Disconnect M8 (Pico), LED Light Source, NEMA 6/IP67, -20 to 70 deg C Operating, M18 Mount, Environmental Conditions: 95% at 50 deg C Maximum Operating Relative Humidity
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  • Applications
  • Features
For industrial and process automation
Thermoplastic housing material
Light/dark switching
Intrinsically safe
100 ms delay at power-up
150 us repeatability
Acrylic lens
Potentiometer adjustment
18 mm Dia barre
QS18 sensors versatile sensor solves wide variety of applications; The QS18 line offers the broadest selection of sensors to suit many sensing application needs; With a standardized style, the QS18 is ideal for global manufacturing; All-purpose sensor solves widest variety of sensing applications; Versatile sensor with many mounting options; Meets IP67 and NEMA 6 standards for use in harsh environments; Universal housing for global use; Potentiometer adjustments; Protected against reverse polarity and transient voltages; Protected against false pulse on power-up and continuous overload or short circuit of outputs