P10 Series Infrared Photoelectric Sensors w/ M8 connector

Manufacturer: Pantron Instruments, GmbH
Category: Infrared Photoelectric Sensors

The design of Pantron photoeyes is crucial to their performance. Instead of placing the lens on the front of the photoeye, it is enclosed deep within the protective housing. This prevents the lens from becoming scratched or dirty. The piece on the front of the sensor that resembles a lens is actually a light filter. When the infrared beam is created, it is focused within the sensor and then passes through the external light filter. Using this method, the photoeye is capable of producing a beam that is extremely powerful. Pantron photoeyes are perfect for wet environments because they are 100% submersible and rated IP67.

All Pantron photoeyes, with the exception of the SlimLine series, may be used with any Pantron amplifier or multiplexer. Alignment may be performed easily using a length of string that should be stretched between the transmitter and receiver. Fine adjustments to the alignment should be made to the transmitter side to achieve the strongest beam.

Features and Specifications

  • Extremely dirt-resistant
  • High penetration
  • Large detection range
  • Small design
  • High switching accuracy
  • Easy adjustment
  • May be used with all Pantron amplifiers and multiplexers

Downloads and Info


Technical Data at +68 °F
Transmit light, infrared modulated (ITL/ITH/ITA) 880 nm / 870 nm / 870 nm
Full transmit angle (transmitter)(ITL/ITH/ITA) 12° / 20° / 6°
Full opening angle (receiver) 25°
Connection type M8 quick connect
Protection class IP67
Light immunity 60,000 LUX
Operating temperature -13°F...+140°F
Storage temperature -40°F...+176°F
Vibration 10-55 Hz, 1.5 mm
Shock 30 g
Available Types M8 connector
Transmitter IT-P10-3QD
High-Powered Transmitter IT-P10HP-3QD
Super High-Powered Transmitter ITA-TLP-B3
Receiver IR-P10-3QD


The operation of infrared sensor IT or IR-P10... is not authorized for applications where the safety of a person depends on the device function.