Banner Engineering SME312FQD SM3 Fiber Optic Sensor, Rectangle Shape, Infrared Sensing Beam, 0.5 ms Response Time

Fiber Optic Block Style Sensors
106495 MFG #: SME312FQD
151.03000 / ea
  • Connection Type: 4-Pin M12 Quick Disconnect
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Enclosure Type: NEMA 1/2/3/3S/4/4X/6/12/IP67/IP13
  • Environmental Conditions: 90% at 50 deg C Maximum Relative Humidity
  • Light Source: LED
  • Operating Temperature: -20 to 70 °C
  • Output Type: Single Discrete NPN/PNP
  • Response Time: 0.5 ms
  • Sensing Beam: Infrared
  • Sensing Method: Glass Fiber Optic
  • Series: SM3
  • Shape: Rectangle
  • Standards/Approvals: CE Marked, UL Listed
  • Stock Status: Normally Stocked
  • UOM: lb
  • Voltage Rating: 10 to 30 VDC
  • Weight: 1
  • Brand Name: Banner
  • Manufacturer: Banner Engineering
Banner Engineering Fiber Optic Sensor, Series: SM3, Rectangle, Glass Fiber Optic Sensing Method, Infrared Sensing Beam, 0.5 ms Response, Single Discrete NPN/PNP Output, 10 to 30 VDC, 4-Pin M12 Quick Disconnect, LED Light Source, NEMA 1/2/3/3S/4/4X/6/12/IP67/IP13, -20 to 70 deg C Operating, Environmental Conditions: 90% at 50 deg C Maximum Relative Humidity
  • Features
Thermoplastic primary housing material
100 us repeatability
Gain (sensitivity) adjustment screw
Alignment indicator device
Light/dark operate select switch
Clockwise light operate (outputs conduct when sensing light is received)
Counter clockwise dark operate (outputs conduct when sensing light is not received)
4-pin M12/euro style quick disconnect cable connection
Teach button adjustment
1000 ms delay at power-up
4-pin M12 integral quick disconnect cable connection
Microprocessor-based TEACH-mode sensors, include AID™ function; Easy push-button programming automatically adjusts sensitivity to optimal setting; Easy output programming eliminates the need for Light or Dark Operate selection; Separate TEACH input allows remote programming by an external device, such as a switch or a process controller; The first condition presented during TEACH mode becomes the output ON condition; Sensing range varies by sensing mode and fiber optics used; Fibers withstand high temperatures, extreme moisture, corrosive materials, vibration and shock and are immune to electrical noise; Glass fibers are not recommended for applications requiring bending or repeated flexing (see plastic fiber models); Protected against reverse polarity, transient voltages and against false pulse on power-up and continuous overload or short-circuit of outp