There is no practical advantage to running the sensor via 24V as opposed to 12V with a G540. While 24V is a standard voltage used in industrial equipment therejeff.birt
That model number is a direct match for a Carlo Gavazzi unit, normally open with a PNP type output. What that means is that when the sensor is not "active" thehenrikolsson2001
Hello again Henrik and group, Looks like I’ve had a win here. Have just been out im Werkstatt and found a new and unused dual voltage power supply. Hasdampfloken
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