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Mounting Brackets

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Pepperl+Fuchs has released the OMH-RL29-06 mounting brackets for use with its Series 28 and 29 photoelectric sensors. They provide greater alignment and positioning flexibility for faster changeover than standard right-angle brackets and offer a protective shroud that covers two sides of the sensor housing for greater sensor protection. These benefits can help reduce costs and maximize productivity in automotive, materials handling and packaging applications, and in applications prone to occasional target impacts and frequent changeovers. They feature half-clamp mounting in which the bracket fastens on a 12-mm-diameter rod or bolt. Once fastened, the half-clamp can be rotated 360° around the rod or bolt to best align the sensor for a specific application requirement.

Photonics Spectra
Oct 2010

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