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ROCKWELL AUTOMATION #440L-R4JL0640YD

GuardShield Safety Light Curtain Receiver, 7m Max, 24V DC

SKU # 61259895591 Manufacturer Series: 440L
RoHS Compliant
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Type: Safety Light Curtain Receiver
Function-Style: Standard
Height: 640mm (25.2 in.)
Range - Maximum: 7.0m (22.90 ft)
Range - Minimum: 0.3m (0.98 ft)
Resolution: 14 mm (0.55 in.)
Beams: 64 Beam
Supply Voltage: 24V DC
Output Amperes: 500 mA
Safety Output Ratings: 2 Solid State
Safety Category: Type 4
Connection: Receiver - 8 Pin, M12 Micro QD
Light Source: Infrared LED, 870 nm
Response Time: 20.0 ms
Operating Temperature: -10 to 55 Degree C (14 to 131 Degree F)
Enclosure Rating: IP65
Material: Polyurethane Powder Coated Extruded Aluminum

The GuardShield POC and GuardShield POC cascadable light curtains are offered with an integrated laser alignment system consisting of a Class 1, eye safe, constantly powered laser located in the top of the GuardShield transmitter and at the bottom of the GuardShield receiver. There are targets located across from each laser that help facilitate alignment of the light curtain when the laser is emitting visible light. Each laser emits a low level of visible light. Simply placing a finger or opaque object in front of the laser reflects the laser light back to a photo sensor. This photo sensor causes the laser to switch state from a barely visible low level of emission to a higher level of emission of visible light. Interrupting the visible light below the finger symbol will cause the laser to change state back to a low level of light emission. The visible light will also change to a low level after five minutes. The Integrated Laser Alignment system also quickly helps with the re-alignment of pairs when units are knocked out of alignment during the course of the work process or when corner mirrors are used.