Cylindrical Proximity Sensor, Capacitive, 18.0mm, Proximity Sensor Power Requirement 90 to 250VAC, Unshielded, Proximity Sensor Operating Frequency 10 Hz, Proximity Sensor Output Circuit Type 2 Wire, Max. Detecting Distance 8.0mm, Proximity Sensor Electrical Connection 2m Cable, Output Mode NO, NEMA Rating 1, 4, 12, 13, IP Rating 66, Case Material ABS, Length 41mm, Operating Temp. Range -13 Degrees to 158 Degrees F, Max. Current Load 200mA, Description/Special Features LED Indication
We have been using this prox sensor for 10 years in multiple operations. It's easy to setup, reliable and durable. It was very cost effective to use this sensor as it was adaptable to other functions and processes on our production and assembly lines. I recommend this product and manufacturer.
Product FeaturesEasy to use, Great value for money, High Quality, Durable/Performs well
Anemometer, Rotating Vane and Thermistor Sensing Method, Data Logging No, Humidity Sensing No, Velocity (FPM) 100 to 5500, Velocity (MPS) 0.5 to 28, Velocity (MPH) 1.1 to 62.5, Velocity (KPH) 1.8 to 100.6, Velocity (Knots) 1 to 54.3, Air Velocity Accuracy +/-3 Percent, Temp. Range 0 Degrees to 122 Degrees F, Data Hold Yes, Auto Power Off Yes, Includes CR2032 Battery, Lanyard, Instructions
is there an single line in line switch for the wire to an electric toothbrush?
I have seen an inline switch/plug for 120 volts that looks like a cube and has a male end for plugging into an outlet, female to plug the device into and a toggle switch for on/off. I'm assuming you mean a 120 volt toothbrush.