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Contrinex is a leading manufacturer of sensors for factory automation. The Swiss company, headquartered in Givisiez near Fribourg (CH), has a unique and innovative range of products whose features far surpass those of standard sensors.

Since its foundation in 1972 by Peter Heimlicher, Dipl Ing ETH, Contrinex has grown from a one-man operation to a multinational group with over 500 employees worldwide.

Contrinex manufactures its own sensors, safety and RFID systems in 4 production locations.

Description File Size
Series 1180 with Background Suppression 141 KB
Series 700 all Metal 1, 139 KB
Series 500 with Long Operating Distance 501 KB
Series 1180 W with Lateral Light Emission 165 KB
Series 620 with Increased Operating Distance 352 KB
Sensor Mounting Clamp 232 KB
Diffuse with Cylindrical Light Beam 177 KB
Synthetic/Glass Optical Fibers 743 KB
M8 Series 509 with Analog Output 123 KB
Fiber-Optic Amplifiers for DIN-Rail Mounting with Potentiometer Setting 236 KB
High Temperature Inductive 888 KB
Welding & Magnetic-Field Resistant Inductive 894 KB
Miniature Diffuse with Lateral Light Emission & Cylindrical Light Beam 209 KB
M12 & M18 Laser Devices 510 KB
Rectangular Photoelectric Proxes 322 KB
Color Switches 249 KB
Pressure Resistant up to 100 bar (1451 psi) 1, 980 KB
Extreme Durability in Harsh Environments 1, 813 KB
Basic Capacitive Sensors for Any Target Material 1, 204 KB
M12 Miniature Ultrasonic Sensors 758 KB

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Sentrol Switches

The 151/153 GuardSwitch is a sturdy switch ideal for waste compactor applications. It is an economical sensor often used in robotic arm position applications. Transient protection, such as back-to-back zener diodes (Transorb) or an RC network, is recommended for surges to ensure that maximum ratings of the switch are not exceeded. An in-line resistor can be added in series immediately

Red Lion Encoders

The ZSD Sensors have open collector outputs. An open collector output brings the uncommitted collector of the encoder switching device to the external world. Because the collector element is not associated with the sensor supply voltage, the sensor output collector may be "pulled up" to external voltages (30 VDC max.) different than the encoder supply voltage. NPN open collector outputs are current sinking devices.