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Mounting Brackets

Photonics.com
Dec 2010
Pepperl+Fuchs Inc.Request Info
 
TWINSBURG, Ohio, Dec. 28, 2010 — Pepperl+Fuchs has introduced the MH01-M18 mounting brackets for use with its ML17 series as well as all M18 cylindrical photoelectric sensor families.

The brackets provide an affordable means of mounting photoelectric sensors with industry-standard M18 threading for packaging, materials handling and general automation applications with multi-axes alignment needs. The company says that they deliver more flexible photoelectric sensor positioning.

Unlike standard right angle mounting brackets that are inherently inflexible, these half-clamp style models allow the sensor to quickly be turned on several axes for easy adaptation to changing multi-axes alignment application needs.

They fasten on a 12-mm-diameter rod or bolt common to packaging and materials handling equipment. Once fastened, the half-clamp can be rotated 360° around the rod or bolt to best align the sensor to satisfy the specific application requirements.


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The light-sensitive cells on the retina of the eye that are responsible for low-resolution, peripheral vision.
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