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SMARTEYE® MARK II

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The SMARTEYE® MARK II sensor is one of TRI-TRONICS’ most popular photoelectric sensors. The SMARTEYE® MARK II features extremely high gain combined with very high speed. These high performance sensors were designed to resolve the most difficult sensing tasks.

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SUPPLY VOLTAGE 12-24 VDC
CURRENT REQUIREMENTS 85 milliamps (exclusive of load)
OUTPUTS (1) NPN and (1) PNP sensor output transistor. Sensor's outputs can sink or source up to 150 milliamps (current limit). Momentary short circuit protected from pulsing at power up.
AMBIENT TEMPERATURE -40ºC to 70ºC (-40ºF to 158ºF)

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The SMARTEYE® MARK II sensor is one of TRI-TRONICS’ most popular photoelectric sensors. The SMARTEYE® MARK II features extremely high gain combined with very high speed. These high performance sensors were designed to resolve the most difficult sensing tasks...the hallmark of all TRI-TRONICS SMARTEYE® sensors. In addition to superior high gain/high speed, the SMARTEYE® MARK II is equipped with many new improvements.

Among the many features included in the design of the SMARTEYE® MARK II , none is more important than the EDR® circuit. Now, thanks to the addition of EDR® (Enhanced Dynamic Range), the dynamic operating range has been extended and background suppression has been enhanced.

Also included in the design of the new SMARTEYE® MARK II are all of the proven features included in all SMARTEYE® sensors, including our unique Contrast Indicator. Without question, the SMARTEYE® MARK II sets a “new standard of performance” in photoelectric sensing. When the sensing task involves resolving critical identifying features such as size, texture, distance, opacity, depth, or color, the SMARTEYE® MARK II will give you that extra measure of performance that is often required to ensure proper operation. Marginal performance cannot be tolerated when the entire operation of an automated machine process relies on the ability of a photoelectric sensor to perform its sensing task.