Loop detector with DIN rail mounting
The ULT-DIN loop detector by EMX Industries features two output relays and 10 sensitivity settings and has a detect-on-stop feature for cross traffic situations in warehouses.
EMX Industries' ULT-DIN loop detector supports standard DIN rail mounting and the staggered terminal connections create flexibility in how connected electrical wires are routed in the operator housing. The small loop detector housing includes detector features, such as Ultrameter, two output relays, and 10 sensitivity settings. The ULT-DIN is designed with the Detect-on-stop or DOS feature. This feature activates the secondary relay only when the vehicle stops on the loop. The DOS feature is particularly useful in cross traffic situations with forklifts and AGVs in warehouse settings with many overhead doors.
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