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$71

Color Recognition Sensor BZJ-211 Mark photocell Switch Printing

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Product description

Item specifics:
Current: 200mA
Features: detect color
Material: aluminium alloy
Certification: ce
Certification: CCC
Item type: Switches
Warranty: one year
Model number: BZJ-211
Switch type: Photoelectric Switch
Model name: BZJ-211
Output method: NPN NO+NC
Material: aluminium
Output voltage: 10-30VDC
Detect distance: 10mm
Light source: blue ,red ,white ,green
Size: 85x57x28mm
Protection: IP67
Certification: CCC CE

Color Recognition Sensor BZJ-211 Mark photocell Switch Printing

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