Short Range Models : AX-TF Series

 Short Range Models : AX-TF Series
  • AX-100TF[30m]
  • AX-200TF[60m]

The AX-100/200TF Series of short range photoelectric detectors are compact in design with selectable beam frequencies which can be used to avoid unwanted crosstalk that can occur when using multiple photobeams over long distances or for beam stacking applications. Also the AX-100TF/200TF Series carries the IP65 high durable structure, which prevents water, dust or bugs from getting into the unit. The ideal optical pitch design reduces false alarms due to accidental beam interruption by falling leaves, birds, and so on. These features deliver performance with higher reliability in severe outdoor environmental condition.


  • Selectable 4 channel beam frequencies
  • 4 step LED indicator
  • Environmental disqualification circuit
  • IP65 structure
  • Lightning and surge protection
  • Lightning and surge protection
  • Anti-frost hood cover
  • 99% beam blocking stability
  • A.G.C. circuit
  • Adjustable beam interruption time


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  • Range

  • Specifications

  • Dimensions

Model AX-100TF AX-200TF
Maximum detection range 30 m 60 m
Maximum arrival range 300 m 600 m
Selectable beam frequencies 4 channel
Interruption period Selectable between 50, 100, 250, and 500 msec.
Power supply 10.5 - 28VDC
Current consumption (transmitter + receiver) 44 mA (max.) 48 mA (max.)
Alarm period 2 sec. (±1) nominal
Alarm output N.C./N.O. 28 VDC 0.2 A max.
Tamper switch N.C. opens when cover is removed at 28 VDC, 0.2 A max.
Operating temperature -35°C to +60°C Use the optional heating unit (HU-3) under the environment of -25°C or less minus.
Environmental humidity 95% max.
Alignment angle ±90° Horizontal, ±5° Vertical
Mounting Wall and pole mounting
Weight (transmitter+receiver) 700 g
Dimensions (H x W x D) 170 mm x 65 mm x 69.5 mm
Weatherproof IP65

* Specifications and design are subject to change without prior notice.



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