Rockwell Automation introduces Allen-Bradley 42AF RightSight M30 photoelectric sensor | Automation.com

Rockwell Automation introduces Allen-Bradley 42AF RightSight M30 photoelectric sensor

January 172019
Rockwell Automation introduces Allen-Bradley 42AF RightSight M30 photoelectric sensor

January 17, 2019 — The Allen-Bradley 42AF RightSight M30 photoelectric sensor from Rockwell Automation is the latest addition to the smart sensing portfolio. Built with environmental resistance and long-distance detection in a right-angle housing, the RightSight M30 smart sensor offers performance required for a range of applications.

Built with IO-Link capability, the sensor integrates into The Connected Enterprise by delivering data and diagnostics from the sensor directly into a control system. With this capability, the sensor provides information such as signal strength, location, proximity alarms and timing functions that help create operational efficiencies and streamline troubleshooting. The 360-degree LED power and status indicators further assist in setup, monitoring and troubleshooting.

The right-angle housing offers a universal 30 mm nose and 18 mm base mount for installation and replacement. The IP67/IP69k/1200 psi rated housing is fully sealed, enabling the RightSight M30 to withstand tough industrial environments, including those involving high-pressure and high-temperature wash-downs. Featuring multiple sensing modes, the sensor is also available in adjustment-free models and teachable versions that adjust sensitivity and output configuration at the push of a button.

The Allen-Bradley 42AF RightSight M30 photoelectric sensor from Rockwell Automation was introduced at Automation Fair 2018 and is currently available worldwide. 

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