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Inductive Gauging SensorEX-200 series

Sensor Head

EX-305

SPECIFICATIONS

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Model

EX-305

Type

Sensor head

Amplifier unit

EX-201

Shape

ø5.4 Cylindrical

Measuring range

0 to 1 mm

Analogue output

Output voltage

0 to 5 V (Output impedance 100 Ω)*1

Output current

4 to 20 mA (Applicable load: 0 to 350 Ω)*1

Resolution

0.04% of F.S. (Response frequency: LOW)*1

Linearity

±1% of F.S.*1

Response
frequency

HIGH

18 kHz (-3 dB)*1

LOW

1.3 kHz (-3 dB)*1

Disconnection alarm output (N.C.)

NPN: 100 mA (40 V) max., Residual voltage: 1 V max. (N.C.)*2

Functions

Auto-zero function/Respons e frequency selecting function

Temperature characteristics

0.03 % of F.S./°C*3*4

Rating

Power supply voltage

12 to 24 VDC ±10%

Current consumption

240 mA max.

Environmental resistance

Enclosure rating

IP67

Ambient temperature

-10 to +60 °C (No freezing)

Relative humidity

35 to 85 % RH (No condensation)

Vibration resistance

10 to 55 Hz, Double amplitude 1.5 mm, 2 hours in each of the X, Y, and Z directions

Weight

Sensor head

Approx. 45 g (including nuts and 3-m cable)

*1 The above data was obtained using a steel target (S45C, SS41, t=1 mm).
When measuring aluminium, copper, or stainless steel targets, refer to the linear characteristics for these materials.
*2 NPN output can easily be converted to PNP output by connecting the optional OP-5148 PNP output converter.
*3 When the distance between the sensor head and the target is within 50 % of the measuring range.
*4 The above data was obtained using a steel target (S45C, SS41, t = 1 mm).
When measuring aluminum, copper, or stainless steel targets, refer to the linear characteristics for these materials.

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