Photoelectric Tripwire Sensor 10m PR18S-TM10DNO Emitter Receiver Pair
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Photoelectric Tripwire Sensor 10m PR18S-TM10DNO Emitter Receiver Pair

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Photoelectric Tripwire Sensor 10m PR18S-TM10DNO - Emitter Receiver Pair

The Lanbao PR18S-TM10DNO uses the most reliable and accurate style of photoelectric sensing which is the through beam sensor. The sensor comes with a pair of an emitter and a receiver.  The emitter provides a constant invisible IR (infrared) beam of light to the receiver and detection occurs when an object passing between the two breaks the beam. The photodetection range of the PR18S-TM10DNO is up to 10 meters.

A very familiar application of a through-beam photoelectric sensor can be found is right in your home. Quite often, a garage door opener has a through-beam photoelectric sensor mounted near the floor, across the width of the door. This sensor is making sure nothing is in the path of the door when it is closing.

PR18S-TM10DNO Datasheet

PR18S-TM10DNO Features

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Product Specifications

Sensor Properties
Detecting Distance Max 10 m
Controlled By Digital Input (5V)
Sensor Type Through-Beam (Photoelectric)
Sensor Output Switch Type NPN Normally Open
Sensor Response Time Max 3 ms
Electrical Properties
Supply Voltage Min 10 V DC
Supply Voltage Max 30 V DC
Current Consumption Max 15 mA
Protection Circuitry Surge Protection
Physical Properties
Cable Length 2 m
Material PBT
Operating Indicator Green LED (Emitter), Yellow LED (Reciever)
IP Rating IP67
Operating Temperature Min -25 °C
Operating Temperature Max 55 °C
Operating Humidity Min 35 %RH
Operating Humidity Max 85 %RH


This sensor requires a 12V power supply and outputs a 0-5V signal depending on whether the sensor is triggered. For a simple way to provide 12 volts, you can use our 12V sensor adapter. It uses the 5V supply from your InterfaceKit or Hub and steps it up to 12V while simultaneously passing the 0-5V signal from the sensor into the Phidget cable.