Built-in amplifier photoelectric sensors

PZ-G series

User-friendly Design

Standard Quick-disconnects, Multiple Mounting Methods, Oil-resistant Cables and more.

Standard M8 and M12 quick-disconnects make replacement easier

Standard M8 and M12 quick-disconnects make replacement easier

The PZ-G features a standard pin-out, which allows it to be a drop-in replacement with existing wiring.

Our oil-resistant cable ensures reliable operation in an oily environment

Our oil-resistant cable ensures reliable operation in an oily environment

In addition to the standard PVC cable, an oil-resistant PUR cable is available for use in harsh environments.

Choose from 19 different mounting brackets to simplify your installation

Choose from 19 different mounting brackets to simplify your installation

Customize your installation with our standard, heavy-duty, or one-touch brackets.

The mounting brackets shown above are only part of the lineup. See page 7 of the catalogue for further details.

Bipolar outputs (NPN+PNP) compatible with any input device

Bipolar outputs (NPN+PNP) compatible with any input device

Threaded models feature bipolar outputs (NPN and PNP), eliminating the need to stock sensors for both outputs.

Bipolar output models
PZ-G**(C)B

The interference suppression function prevents interference from nearby units

The interference suppression function prevents interference from nearby units

With thrubeam models, up to two sensors can be mounted in close proximity. Four sensors can be used by alternating the transmitter/ receiver position.

The different frequency function automatically shifts the emission cycle if ambient light is received by the receiver.

High-speed targets can be detected at a response speed of up to 500 μs

High-speed targets can be detected at a response speed of up to 500 μs

A high-speed response of up to 500 μs, twice as fast as our conventional models, ensures detection on a high-speed line. The high power ensures stable detection.

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