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LED Spot Light Modified for Longer Distances

Smart Vision Lights introduces the SX30 Prox Spot Light, which features a narrow beam of light designed to work over long distances.

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Smart Vision Lights introduces the SX30 (N4), a modified version of its SX30 Prox spot light. The SX30 (N4) features a narrow beam of light that shines over long distances.

The light’s 4-degree lens allows for a long, tightly-focused beam of light, and a working distance of 2 m produces a lighting pattern of 200 mm. An integrated constant-current driver enables the light to operate continuously or in on/off input mode, with the option for PNP and NPN input.

The ODSX30 (N4) is the light’s strobe-only OverDrive version and generates two-and-a-half times as much light as the SX30 (N4).

The five-pin M12 connector simplifies wiring, making external wiring to a driver unnecessary. The 1- to 10-V DC analog control line gives the user control over intensity. Available in multiple mounting options, the light works best for bright-field and projector applications.

Both versions of the light have a single 5-W LED in a small, 30-mm barrel sensor housing. The housing is a threaded-barrel M30 x 1.5 style for proximity and photoelectric sensors. 

Wavelength colors for both lights include white, 470-nm blue, 505-nm cyan, 530-nm green, 625-nm red and 850/940-nm infrared. The lights are also available with the company’s SWIR LEDs. Additional accessories and wavelengths are available.