The minimum required distance between two elements is

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Unformatted text preview: n. Analogue output The change in the physical quantity detected causes a continual change in the output signal. Changeover function (anti-valent switching function) An output with N/O function and an output with N/C function are available simultaneously. Dark switching The output is switched through if the photoreceiver is unilluminated. Digital output A digital output occurs if a change of a detected physical quantity results in a step response of the output signal. Light switching The output is switched through if the photoreceiver is illuminated. Normally closed function (N/C) The output is open if an object is detected and switched through if an object is not detected. Normally open function (N/O) The output is switched through if an object is detected and open if an object is not detected. Reset time Delay time between the actuating element leaving the active zone and the signal change at the output. The minimum required distance between two elements is determined by this time taking into account the travel time. Re...
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