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Camera-to-Light Cable

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MUSKEGON, Mich., July 1, 2016 — Camera-to-Light CableSmart Vision Lights offers the CTL Grey camera-to-light cable for cameras made by Sick and other OEMs. The cable provides a directly wired connection between a single light and SICK Inspector series cameras.

The plug-and-play light cable is compatible with SICK camera systems and Smart Vision Lights LED products, as well as camera models from Baumer, Datalogic, Teledyne Dalso and Cognex. It features 12-pin M12 to Y 12-Pin + 5-Pin connector, and is CE- and RoHS-compliant.


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Jul 2016
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