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Unit Designed to Work with Wireless Sensor Network Devices

July 14, 2011
EZ-LIGHT™ K50L features an independent pushbutton, which is mapped to a dry contact output and is designed for use with wireless sensor networks — specifically SureCross™ FlexPower battery-operated devices. Operating
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Mid-Range Foreground, Background Suppression Adjustable-Field Sensors

January 11, 2011
Two mid-range adjustable-field sensors have been added to the company’s WORLD-BEAM® QS30 family, expanding the company''s line of short and long-range adjustable-field sensors. The QS30AFF400 foreground suppression sensor and the
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Compact Metal Housing for Intrinsically Safe DX99 Wireless Nodes

January 4, 2011
Instrinsically safe DX99 Wireless Nodes now feature a compact metal housing rated for Class I, Division 1 hazardous locations. A DX99 Node provides power to sensors directly within a hazardous
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Low-Profile Work Light Strip Provides Efficient, Long-Lasting Illumination

November 15, 2010
The Work Light Strip is a low-profile, energy-efficient lighting solution for industrial control cabinets and work cells. The unit is a solid-state LED work light intended to provide bright, long-lasting
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Ultrasonic sensors designed for use in sanitary procedures

April 20, 2009
The ultrasonic sensors are specifically designed for use in sanitary environments. The sensors are rated IP69K, IP67 (NEMA 6) and are constructed of heavy-duty 316-stainless steel. This allows them
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Indicator Lights provides solution for remote sensors

October 15, 2008
The rugged EZ-LIGHTâ„¢ Audible and Segmented Indicators feature multi-colored, long-lasting LEDs, deliver a convenient solution for displaying the status of remote and inaccessible sensors and minimize the need for costly
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Photoelectric sensing: Choosing the correct technology and mode for your application

March 11, 2008
Photoelectric sensors, named because they rely on the photoelectric effect of semi-conductor material described by Albert Einstein in 1905, have been used in industrial manufacturing processes since the late
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