S8 Series of photoelectric sensors is an innovative solution for diffuse proximity detection of transparent objects without a prismatic reflector, even for the detection of highly reflective objects like glass.
A new range of Background Suppression (BGS) Photoelectric Sensors in Carlo Gavazzi’s PA18 and PH18 housings provide precise distance detection and a fine distinction between a target and its background, with the flexibility of an industry standard housing.
Available in four sensing modes, the R2 Series Ultra-Small Sensors from Pepperl+Fuchs feature a 24 mm x 7.5 mm x 11.2 mm housing, industry standard mounting footprint, a flush and wear-resistant antistatic glass lens and a 45° cable outlet to maximize mounting flexibility.
Series 61 photoelectric sensors deliver flexible, powerful optical sensing performance economically, in a robust and industry-standard housing that promotes drop-in replacement without requiring redesign.
Banner’s SureCross Q45, described as the world’s first self-contained, wireless standard photoelectric sensor allows operators to quickly integrate a scalable, wireless sensor network to improve efficiency by monitoring and coordinating multiple machines and processes.
Featuring a generous sensing distance and high function reserve, the new generation of BOS 18M photoelectric sensors from Balluff include energetic diffuse, retro-reflective and thru-beam, which are available as red light and infrared types, including a version with high-performance background suppression.
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.
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.