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The Bulletin 873P family is a new line of ultrasonic sensors designed for non-contact sensing of solid and liquid objects. Both standard and programmable models are housed in 18mm or 30mm PBT plastic barrels that meet IP67 enclosure standards.

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1. 873P-DBAC1-D4
Ultrasonic Proximity Sensors, Analog or Discrete Output, Analog Output, 18 mm Diameter, Sensing Range 100 - 600 mm, 4 - 20 Ma, Micro QD Please login for price

2. 873P-DBAC2-D4
Ultrasonic Proximity Sensors, Analog or Discrete Output, Analog Output, 18 mm Diameter, Sensing Range 200 - 1500 mm, 4 - 20 Ma, Micro QD Please login for price

3. 873P-DBAV2-D4
Ultrasonic Proximity Sensors, Analog or Discrete Output, Analog Output, 18 mm Diameter, Sensing Range 200 - 1500 mm, 0 - 10 VDC, Micro QD Please login for price

4. 873P-DBNP1-F4
Ultrasonic Proximity Sensors, Analog or Discrete Output, Discrete Output (1 PNP), 18 mm Diameter, Sensing Range 100 - 600 mm, 1 N.O., Switch Freq. 20 Hz, QD Micro Pigtail Please login for price

5. 873P-DBNP2-F4
Ultrasonic Proximity Sensors, Analog or Discrete Output, Discrete Output (1 PNP), 18 mm Diameter, Sensing Range 200 - 1500 mm, 1 N.O., Switch Freq. 10 Hz, QD Micro Pigtail Please login for price

6. 873P-DCNP1-D5
Ultrasonic Proximity Sensors, Analog or Discrete Output, Discrete Output (1 PNP), 30 mm Diameter, Sensing Range 300 - 2500 mm, 1 N.O., Switch Freq. 5 Hz, Micro QD Please login for price


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