XUB4ANBWM12
photo-electric sensor - XUB - diffuse - 90° - Sn 0.1m - 12..24VDC - M12
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range of product OsiSense XU  
series name General purpose single mode  
electronic sensor type Photo-electric sensor  
sensor name XUB  
sensor design Cylindrical M18  
detection system Diffuse  
material Plastic  
line of sight type 90° lateral  
type of output signal Discrete  
supply circuit type DC  
wiring technique 3-wire  
discrete output type NPN  
discrete output function 1 NC  
electrical connection 1 male connector M12, 4 pins  
product specific application -  
emission Infrared diffuse  
[Sn] nominal sensing distance 0.1 m diffuse  
 
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enclosure material PBT  
lens material PMMA  
maximum sensing distance 0.15 m diffuse  
output type Solid state  
add on output Without  
wire insulation material PvR  
status LED 1 LED (yellow) for output state  
[Us] rated supply voltage 12...24 V DC reverse polarity protection  
supply voltage limits 10...36 V DC  
switching capacity in mA <= 100 mA (overload and short-circuit protection)  
switching frequency <= 500 Hz  
voltage drop 1.5 V (closed state)  
current consumption 35 mA (no-load)  
delay first up < 15 ms  
delay response < 1 ms  
delay recovery < 1 ms  
setting-up Without sensitivity adjustment  
diameter 18 mm  
length 46 mm  
product weight 0.04 kg  
 
Environment

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product certifications CE
CSA
UL
 
ambient air temperature for operation -25...55 °C  
ambient air temperature for storage -40...70 °C  
vibration resistance 7 gn, amplitude = +/- 1.5 mm (f = 10...55 Hz) conforming to IEC 60068-2-6  
shock resistance 30 gn (duration = 11 ms) conforming to IEC 60068-2-27  
IP degree of protection IP65 double insulation conforming to IEC 60529
IP67 double insulation conforming to IEC 60529
IP69K double insulation conforming to DIN 40050
 
 
Offer Sustainability

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Sustainable offer status Not Green Premium product  
RoHS (date code: YYWW) Compliant - since 0903 - Schneider Electric declaration of conformity  
REACh Reference not containing SVHC above the threshold