LITTELFUSE EBU - 51955 & 51956 Flange Mounts | Featured Product Spotlight
Littelfuse 59155 and 59156 subminiature flange mounting reed sensors stand out as the smallest of their kind on the market, tailored for industrial, appliances, and IoT proximity sensing applications. Watch and learn all about their features, specs, applications, and more!
Littelfuse EBU - 51955 & 51956 Flange Mounts
Littelfuse 59155 and 59156, available from Mouser Electronics, subminiature flange mounting reed sensors stand out as the smallest of their kind on the market, tailored for industrial, appliances, and IoT proximity sensing applications. With a compact board space requirement of just 1.09 square centimeters, these sensors feature normally open contacts and can be mounted either with an M2 screw or through adhesive mounting.
Designed for optimal adjustability, they are available in various sensitivities and standard cable configurations. Capable of switching up to 120 volts AC or 170 volts DC at 10 volt-amperes, they offer versatility for different power requirements. The 59155 and 59156 models have wire exits on the right-hand and left-hand sides respectively, providing flexibility in installation.
Boasting a hermetically sealed, IP67 rating, these sensors offer a reliable non-contact switching solution, even in wet and harsh environments. They can operate through non-ferrous materials like wood, plastic, or aluminum, ensuring easy installation and effective concealment across various applications. This versatility significantly expands their potential use cases.
The 59155 and 59156 sensors play a key role in enabling efficient proximity sensing, access control, and energy management systems. They exhibit no leakage current in the open state, making them particularly well-suited for battery-powered IoT applications. Recognized by UL, these reed sensors work optimally with matching actuators and find applications in security and access control, factory automation, both major and small appliances, as well as proximity and limit sensing.
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