Sensor & Switch Cables & Connectors

Sensor cables, switch cables and connectors have been designed for use with a href="/web/c/automation-control-gear/sensors-transducers/current-transducers/" target="_self"transducers/a, a href="/web/c/automation-control-gear/sensors-transducers/capacitive-proximity-sensors/" target="_self"proximity sensors/a, a href="/web/c/automation-control-gear/sensors-transducers/photoelectric-sensors/" target="_self"photoelectric sensors/a, a href="/web/c/automation-control-gear/sensors-transducers/ultrasonic-proximity-sensors/" target="_self"ultrasonic sensors/a and switches. They are quick to install and are available in a wide range of lengths making them ideal for many different industrial applications. strongWhat Do They Do?/strong Sensor and switch cables have connection technology which allows them to be used within industrial automation. They use the correct corresponding connection components with the correct sensors and switches and ultimately increase productivity. strongWhy Do I Need Them?/strong These cables can be linked to many different types of sensors and switches that have an IO-Link interface or have ATEX approval. They can be used with sensors and switches in the food and beverage industry. strongTypes of Cables/strong Sensor and switch cables have both pre-wired male and female connection types and are made from various materials including, PVC and polyurethane. Some have gold-plated contacts and offer varying degrees of protection.

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Description Price Connection Type Cable Length Accessory Type Connection Gender For Use With CAD Drawing Interface Current Rating Hazardous Area Certification Jacket Material Operating Temperature Range Orientation Voltage Rating
RS stock no. 173-6821
Mfr. Part No.3SU1400-1GD10-1AA0
R 2,886.34
Screw Terminal - IO-Link electronic module - Key switch ID - - 49 mA - - -25 → +70 °C - 24 V dc