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Parker PS65

Non-Contact Technology that is Trouble Free.

The Parker PS65 is a magnetic proximity sensor for mobile hydraulic applications and will sense magnetic objects. The sensor may be combined with our complementary magnet target. The sensor has 6 inch leads with an attached Deutsch connector. To make the sensor suitable for mobile equipment, we have focused upon properties such as reliability and ease of installation.

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Specifications

Mechanical

Range Air gap make 0-12.5mm With magnet target
Housing Material Aluminum -
Size - -
Height - -
Length 38.1mm -
Width - M8-1.25 threads
Mounting - Stainless steel jam nut included
Weight 23 g -

Electrical

Input Suppy voltage Max 100Vdc
Output Switch contact NO 300mA max
Electrical Protection - -
Over-Voltage - -
Reserve-Voltage - -
Output Short-Circuit Protected - -
Connections 2 pin; sealed Deutsch DTM04-2P on 150mm lead wire -
LED Indicators None -
Resolution Refer to brochure Bounce- 0.4 msec

Environmental

Operating Temperature Range −40°C to +105°C -
Storage Temperature Range −40°C to +105°C -
Humidity - -
Protection Class IP6K9K -
Vibration 30 Gs -
Shock 1m drop -

System

Diagnostic/LEDS/Display - -
Processor - -
Software - -
Other - -

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