The LUT 3-8 luminescence sensor from SICK Optic-Electronic (Eden Prairie, MN) combines high switching frequency and a fast response time with the convenience of a semiconductor UV light source and a more compact design.
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The Namco C2(TM) Cylindicator® is a new cylinder position indicator from Namco Controls (Highland Heights, OH). Its single-piece die-cast housing has no seams, crevices, or cavities to promote slag build-up.
A new ultrasonic series of 18-mm, cylindrical proximity sensors is now available from Hyde Park Electronics (Dayton, OH). Applications for the Model SM600/SM650 include cap presence and/or tilt detection, fill-level check, nonmetallic container counting, fill-tube presence monitoring, downed container detection and case inspection.
Aromat's (New Providence, RI) UZL-110 thru-beam laser sensor has been designed to meet IEC approval, Class 1 requirements. It provides a 15-mm (0.591") sensing width capable of detecting an opaque object as small as 0.1 mm (0.0394") over an area 15 to 500 mm (0.591" to 19.7") wide.
The WLL 160T is a fiber-optic sensor from SICK Optic-Electronic (Eden Prairie, MN) that offers small size and an intelligent push-button teach-in process for use in a variety of applications and industries.
SICK Optic-Electronic's (Eden Prairie, MN) W.27-2 series of photoelectric sensors offer a long sensing range and protection against crosstalk interference, making them suitable for many industrial applications.