Eaton E57LAL30A2SA Inductive Proximity Sensor, 30mm, 20-250VAC, 2 Wire, Shielded
Rexel Part Number:221166
Inductive Proximity Sensor, Shielded, End Sensing Surface, 10 mm (0.39 Inch) Sensing Range, 2 Wire, 20 - 250 Volt AC, 30 mm Diameter, Stainless Steel, Threaded Barrel, 3-Pin AC Micro Connector, Normally Open Output
Mfr / Brand Eaton
Mfr Part # E57LAL30A2SA
Rexel Part # 221166
Diameter 30 mm
Family / Style E57
Material Stainless Steel
Range 10 mm
Type Inductive Proximity Sensor
Volts AC Range 20 - 250
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Eaton E57LAL30A2SA Inductive Proximity Sensor, 30mm, 20-250VAC, 2 Wire, Shielded is rated out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from I have owned this television for a bit over a month now. I get HD service from Comcast, which is only available in 1080i, and it looks fantastic. My PS3 plays games and movies in 1080p, and it looks stunning. The contrast is sharp with the darkest darks and realistic (not simply blinding) brights. Also, this plasma handles the fast speeds of racing games very well. I'm not trying to knock LCD, as I own one that I like very much, but I now feel plasma speeds are noticable and a good thing to consider if you play fast moving video games or watch action movies and such.
Date published: 2008-11-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from Great Tv I purchased this TV a few days ago and I have to admit it is awesome. The HD is clear and the hook up are easy. The sound from the 2 speakers is actually pretty good to me and I was scared of this because a lot of people had said the sound could be better. I already bought surround sound with it but I was curious on how the original speakers were on the TV and they worked just fine. The only thing I guess that doesn't make this TV a perfect 5 for me is because I can't find anywhere if this TV is actually able to fit VESA mounts or not yet, I like being able to get things quickly, so I guess you can call me impatient ha ha. But from the looks of people have said that this TV is VESA and I have seen a couple reviews from people saying this isn't so until I am able to find this out for sure, this tv stays at a 4. I still recommend this TV to all though.
Date published: 2008-11-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Just Perfect After months of reviews and deliberations I finally made my decision "Panasonic". This TV gives you everything you want or close too at a great price. The first thing I do when I get a new TV is recalibrate the colors, this is the first TV that I have owned, and I have owned a few, that on calibration using ( Video Essentials Blue Ray version ) got all the colors spot on, I used Picture Mode "Cinema" with Color Temperature "Normal". The Final results were outstanding, I ran Harry Potters "Order of the Phoenix" because of its dark scenes, it performed superb, blacks and shadow were just the best and colors spectacular. This TV is a must at the price, if I had any thing negative to say it would be that I can't personalize the"Input Labels" and that the labels that they do provide does not include "Satellite", but I feel I'm getting a little picky.This is one awesome TV, you can't go wrong.
Date published: 2009-01-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from This is the first tv that I have bought in about 20 years. Boy! Am I glad I waited. This Tv even with normal satellite broadcast are as clear as a photograph. I am looking forward to HD broadcast. I also bought a Panasonic home theatre system and with it the sound and picture is unbeatable. The built in speakers as far as I am cocerned left me wanting more. So, the home theatre system. Yup, would recommend this system to anyone.
Date published: 2008-10-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Satisfaction! My first HDTV and will probably stay my only TV for several years. The only "cons" on this TV is that's not a full 42", only 41.6", but who care about 0.4" when the picture quality and the ease of use exceed all expectations? I think that's the best buy I made for my home theater, with the Panasonic Blu-Ray player. Go buy one if you don't have yours yet.
Date published: 2008-11-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Great Product My HD cable service hasn't been installed yet, but even on an old analog cable signal, the picture looks great. No problems with setup -- worked like a champ right out of the box. The only issue I'd note is a high degree of screen reflectivity, but I knew that would be the case with a plasma screen before I bought it.
Date published: 2009-02-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from Great TV, just a tad on the spendy side This TV has excellent picture quality, great built-in sound, and all the options you need for a quality HD experience. My only real complaint is that it seems a bit pricey compared to other similar sets. So far it's been worth it though. My PS3 looks great on it, Hi-Def TV looks excellent, and Blu-Rays are amazing. Colors are bright and clear, darks are as black as I've ever seen, and the TV handles fast motion like a pro.
Date published: 2009-01-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous from A/R filter ruins TV My number one pet peeve with this Plasma and I guess all Panasonic's now is the anti-reflective "filter" as they call it. I thought it was an internal filter like a comb filter. It is really a screen coating they use and goes over the outer glass panel of the Plasma or a plastic panel itself that goes over the glass. Does the job to reduce reflections but takes away from the vibrant picture of a true plasma. You have to turn up the brightness to get a good picture and is still not as good as through pure glass. Check out an old HDCRT if you know someone who has one. You will see a true picture. When was the last time you saw a CRT with anti-reflective coating? Never. Plus, the screen coating is very susceptible to scratches or solvents, which is bad. The manual states to use a cleaning cloth and then very softly. You would think they would provide one that wont scratch the surface. If they had left the glass screen alone you could clean it like a CRT with windex or whatever. The early generation Plasmas before A/R coating had a much superior picture.
Date published: 2008-12-14