New Contrinex DW series Proximity Sensors from AutomationDirect

December 15, 2020

New models of Contrinex DW series round proximity sensors are offered in barrel sizes from 8mm to 30mm.  Flush and non-flush mount models are available with standard or extended sensing distances, with complete overload protection.

These IP67-rated sensors are made of nickel plated brass or 304 stainless steel.  PNP models are IO Link compatible and are available with either a N.O. or N.C. output. NPN logic is also available with a N.O. output.

M12 quick-disconnect termination is available on all sizes of sensors; a 2m pigtail cable is an option on 8mm and 12mm sensors.

Backed by a lifetime warranty, these sensors start at $15.50 and are proudly made in the USA.

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