42EF-E1EZB-F4

42EF-E1EZB-F4

Description: The 42EF-E1EZB-F4 Transmitted Beam Photoelectric Sensor is a product of Allen Bradley/Rockwell Automation. It features an acrylic lens, 4-pin DC Micro connector, and an operational voltage of 10.8 to 30 Volts DC. This sensor is part of the RightSight Photoelectric Sensors series. This content was written and compiled by D-O Supply and should not be copied.
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Description: The 42EF-E1EZB-F4 Transmitted Beam Photoelectric Sensor is a product of Allen Bradley/Rockwell Automation. It features an acrylic lens, 4-pin DC Micro connector, and an operational voltage of 10.8 to 30 Volts DC. This sensor is part of the RightSight Photoelectric Sensors series. This content was written and compiled by D-O Supply and should not be copied.

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    Technical Specifications for 42EF-E1EZB-F4

BrandAllen-Bradley / Rockwell Automation
SeriesRightSight Photoelectric Sensors
Part Number42EF-E1EZB-F4
Product TypeTransmitted Beam Photoelectric Sensor
Current35 Milliamps DC Maximum Consumption
Voltage10.8 to 30V DC
Relative Humidity5 to 95%
Temperature Range-25 to 70 degrees Celsius
Leakage Current0.1 Milliamps
Connection4-Pin DC Micro Connector
Sensitivity AdjustmentNo Adjustment
Ambient LightIncandescent Light 5000 Lux
MaterialMindel Housing, Udel Cover
LensAcrylic
BrandAllen-Bradley / Rockwell Automation
SeriesRightSight Photoelectric Sensors
Part Number42EF-E1EZB-F4
Product TypeTransmitted Beam Photoelectric Sensor
Current35 Milliamps DC Maximum Consumption
Voltage10.8 to 30V DC
Relative Humidity5 to 95%
Temperature Range-25 to 70 degrees Celsius
Leakage Current0.1 Milliamps
Connection4-Pin DC Micro Connector
Sensitivity AdjustmentNo Adjustment
Ambient LightIncandescent Light 5000 Lux
MaterialMindel Housing, Udel Cover
LensAcrylic
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About 42EF-E1EZB-F4

The 42EF-E1EZB-F4 Sensor is a transmitted beam photoelectric sensor manufactured by Allen-Bradley/Rockwell Automation in the RightSight Photoelectric Sensors series. It operates on a voltage range of 10.8 to 30 Volts DC, and it has a sensing beam which is an 880 NM infrared LED. The current consumption rating of this device is 35 milliamps at maximum. It comes with an acrylic lens and a housing made of mindel. This unit features an udel cover and it has no support for sensitivity adjustment. Other notable specifications of Allen-Bradley 42EF-E1EZB-F4 Transmitted Beam Photoelectric Sensor include different protection ratings like IP 67 IEC 529, NEMA 6P, IP69K, and NEMA 4X. The leakage current rating of this device is 0.1 milliamp and it has an incandescent light which is a 5000 lux ambient light. This unit comes with a vibration rating of 10 to 55 Hertz, and an amplitude rating of 1 millimeter. It meets and even exceeds the IEC 60947-5-2 standards.



 



The Allen-Bradley RightSight Photoelectric Sensors 42EF-E1EZB-F4 Transmitted Beam Photoelectric Sensor comes with a 4-Pin DC Micro connector. It has approximate dimensions of 1.06 x 1.36 x 1.84 inches with a storage temperature range of -25 to 70 degrees Celsius. Other environmental conditions under which this device operates include a relative humidity range of 5 to 95 percent, an operating shock rating of 30 g, and a pulse duration of 1 millisecond. The Allen-Bradley 42EF-E1EZB-F4 Transmitted Beam Photoelectric Sensor is a high-performance and general-purpose sensor that is made with a compact and flexible design. This sensor is engineered for use in applications that require simplified installation and maintenance processes. The RightSight sensors offer a variety of mounting options. Additionally, this sensor is certified and listed for compliance with the CE, CCC, CSA, C-TICK, and C/US UL standards.



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Our highly skilled technicians can repair your 42EF-E1EZB-F4. All of our repairs come with a 1 Year DO Supply Warranty. Please contact us for additional information about our repair process.

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Technical Specifications for 42EF-E1EZB-F4

BrandAllen-Bradley / Rockwell Automation
SeriesRightSight Photoelectric Sensors
Part Number42EF-E1EZB-F4
Product TypeTransmitted Beam Photoelectric Sensor
Current35 Milliamps DC Maximum Consumption
Voltage10.8 to 30V DC
Relative Humidity5 to 95%
Temperature Range-25 to 70 degrees Celsius
Leakage Current0.1 Milliamps
Connection4-Pin DC Micro Connector
Sensitivity AdjustmentNo Adjustment
Ambient LightIncandescent Light 5000 Lux
MaterialMindel Housing, Udel Cover
LensAcrylic
BrandAllen-Bradley / Rockwell Automation
SeriesRightSight Photoelectric Sensors
Part Number42EF-E1EZB-F4
Product TypeTransmitted Beam Photoelectric Sensor
Current35 Milliamps DC Maximum Consumption
Voltage10.8 to 30V DC
Relative Humidity5 to 95%
Temperature Range-25 to 70 degrees Celsius
Leakage Current0.1 Milliamps
Connection4-Pin DC Micro Connector
Sensitivity AdjustmentNo Adjustment
Ambient LightIncandescent Light 5000 Lux
MaterialMindel Housing, Udel Cover
LensAcrylic

About 42EF-E1EZB-F4

The 42EF-E1EZB-F4 Sensor is a transmitted beam photoelectric sensor manufactured by Allen-Bradley/Rockwell Automation in the RightSight Photoelectric Sensors series. It operates on a voltage range of 10.8 to 30 Volts DC, and it has a sensing beam which is an 880 NM infrared LED. The current consumption rating of this device is 35 milliamps at maximum. It comes with an acrylic lens and a housing made of mindel. This unit features an udel cover and it has no support for sensitivity adjustment. Other notable specifications of Allen-Bradley 42EF-E1EZB-F4 Transmitted Beam Photoelectric Sensor include different protection ratings like IP 67 IEC 529, NEMA 6P, IP69K, and NEMA 4X. The leakage current rating of this device is 0.1 milliamp and it has an incandescent light which is a 5000 lux ambient light. This unit comes with a vibration rating of 10 to 55 Hertz, and an amplitude rating of 1 millimeter. It meets and even exceeds the IEC 60947-5-2 standards.



 



The Allen-Bradley RightSight Photoelectric Sensors 42EF-E1EZB-F4 Transmitted Beam Photoelectric Sensor comes with a 4-Pin DC Micro connector. It has approximate dimensions of 1.06 x 1.36 x 1.84 inches with a storage temperature range of -25 to 70 degrees Celsius. Other environmental conditions under which this device operates include a relative humidity range of 5 to 95 percent, an operating shock rating of 30 g, and a pulse duration of 1 millisecond. The Allen-Bradley 42EF-E1EZB-F4 Transmitted Beam Photoelectric Sensor is a high-performance and general-purpose sensor that is made with a compact and flexible design. This sensor is engineered for use in applications that require simplified installation and maintenance processes. The RightSight sensors offer a variety of mounting options. Additionally, this sensor is certified and listed for compliance with the CE, CCC, CSA, C-TICK, and C/US UL standards.



Repairs
Type Lead Time Price Action
Repair Service 2-4 weeks Askenvelope Get Quote

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your 42EF-E1EZB-F4. All of our repairs come with a 1 Year DO Supply Warranty. Please contact us for additional information about our repair process.

Type Lead Time Price Action
Repair Service 2-4 weeks Askenvelope Get Quote

Our highly skilled technicians can repair your 42EF-E1EZB-F4. All of our repairs come with a 1 Year DO Supply Warranty. Please contact us for additional information about our repair process.

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