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Omron Automation and Safety: M18 cylindrical photoelectric sensors

The E3FA plastic body and E3FB metal body sensors are suitable for applications in all industries from food and beverage production to material handling and logistics.
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Balluff: Infrared vision sensor

With Balluff’s BVS vision sensor with built-in infrared lighting and integrated daylight filter, visible ambient light cannot affect image quality or stability of an inspection, greatly increasing inspection and process reliability; and because the sensor’s light is invisible to the human eye, it removes intrusive flickering to the operator, eliminating the need for shielding or desire to tamper with the sensor to minimize the lights effects.
UVX-600 luminescence sensor
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EMX Industries, Inc: Sensor detects luminescent materials

For applications, where the UV pigment concentration is low or the sensor has to be out of the way, the UVX-600 luminescence sensor is a perfect fit.
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Pepperl + Fuchs: Ultra-miniature photoelectric sensors

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.
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AutomationDirect: Ultrasonic sensors

AutomationDirect’s ultrasonic sensor line now includes additional 18mm and 30mm round plastic DC models available with discrete or analog outputs.
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AutomationDirect: Interlock/cable-pull safety switches

AutomationDirect’s IDEM Interlock Safety Switches include tongue interlock and cable-pull safety switches: tongue operated safety interlock switches are designed to fit to the leading edge of sliding, hinged, or lift-off machine guards, and provide positively operated switching contacts; and cable-pull, or grab-wire, safety rope switches are designed to be mounted on machines and sections of conveyors which cannot be protected by guards.
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SICK, Inc: Hygiene sensor

Suitable for harsh washdown environments in the food and beverage industry, the W4S-3 IP 69K-rated Hygiene Photoelectric Sensor from Sick eliminates bacteria growth in applications where food may become lodged in small grooves, crevices, or mounting holes.
QM26 and QMH26 Photoelectric Sensors
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Banner Engineering Corp.: Sensors for hygienic and washdown environments

Banner Engineering announces the QM26 and the QMH26 photoelectric sensors, designed specifically for food and beverage and pharmaceutical industries.
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Cognex Corporation: Barcode readers for 1-D oriented barcode reading

A new series of compact barcode readers designed for 1-D oriented barcode reading from Cognex, the DataMan 50L measures just 23.5mm x 27mm x 43.5mm and features an IP65-rated housing.
SureCross® B2Q Gateway Module
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Banner Engineering Corp.: Gateway module for wireless sensors

Banner Engineering introduces the SureCross® B2Q Gateway Module, developed to provide embeddable, dependable and cost-effective communication capabilities for the company’s Q45 wireless sensor network.
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