The PBT46U operates in the diffuse sensing mode. Sensing light is transmitted and received through the threaded sensing end. Objects are detected by the light they reflect back through the sensing end. Fiber core diameter is. See page 2 for further information. Fiber Cutting Information Additional Specifications This Banner plastic fiber is designed to be cut by the customer to the length required for the ap- plication.
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Model PBT46U is a bifurcated plastic fiber optic assembly with an M6 x 0,75mm threaded nickel plated brass sensing end. The PBT46U operates in the diffuse sensing mode. Sensing light is transmitted and received through the threaded sensing end. Objects are detected by the light they reflect back through the sensing end. Fiber core diameter is. See page 2 for further information. For further information, see the data sheet packed with the sensor, or refer to the Banner product catalog.
Avoid stress at the point where the cable enters the sen- sor "control end" and at the sensing end tip. Coiled plastic fiberoptic assemblies are recommended for any application requiring reciprocating fiber motion.
To facilitate cutting, a Banner model PFC-2 cutting device is supplied with this fiber. Cut the fiber as follows: 1 Locate the "control end" of the fiber the unfinished end. Determine the length of fiber required for the application. At the control end of the fiber, separate the two fibers. Lift the top blade of the cutter to open the cutting ports. Insert one of the control ends through one of the four large cutting ports on the PFC-2 cutter so that the excess fiber protrudes from the back of the cutter.
Using a different cutting port, cut the second control end to the same length as the first. Separate the cut ends for a length of 2 to 3 inches to allow proper attachment to the sensor. Do not use solvents or abrasives on any exposed optical fiber. Do not use a cutting port more than once. The blade may tend to dull after one cut. Printed in USA damaged by contact with acids, strong bases alkalis and solvents.
The polyethylene jacket will protect the fiber from most chemical environments. However, materials may migrate through the jacket with long term exposure. Samples of fiber optic material are available from Banner for testing and evaluation.
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