Pepperl+Fuchs’ ML6 Series subminiature photoelectric sensors are now available with dual sensor redundant detection and independent outputs, long-range background suppression sensing models and retroreflective sensing models with no sensing deadband.
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Said to be as reliable as a light barrier and as straightforward as a diffuse sensor, Baumer’s photoelectric sensors with the new SmartReflect principle provide object detection by creating a closed light beam between the sensor and machine part.
Pepperl+Fuchs has expanded its family of ML4.2 Series Subminiature Photoelectric Sensors to help maximize machine productivity by delivering faster response times, multibeam redundant detection, independent outputs, zero deadband sensing, and more.
The Q26 Series photoelectric sensor from Banner Engineering features a polarized retro coaxial design to provide reliable detection of clear, translucent or opaque objects, including mirror-like surfaces.