The OG Series photoelectric sensors from efector inc. (Exton, PA) offer the reliability of automatic microprocessor setups in an 18-mm body size. During installation, it "learns" the signal strength characteristics of both target-present and target-not-present conditions.
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Aromat's (New Providence, NJ) new NAIS®-brand UZD series photoelectric sensors help boost production-line efficiency and reduce labor costs through features including self-diagnostics, freedom from background interference, easy beam alignment and crosstalk prevention.
SICK Optic-Electronic (Eden Prairie, MN) offers inductive proximity sensors designed to detect metallic objects. Their fully encapsulated design includes no moving parts or contacts, providing low maintenance and protection against vibration, shock, dust, dirt and humidity.
Q14 opposed-mode photoelectric sensors from Banner (Minneapolis, MN) measure less than 1/3" W and can sense at a 70" range. They can detect for either object presence or absence, with either sinking (NPN) or sourcing (PNP) outputs, with an operating range from 5°F to 131°F.
Fast Heat (Elmhurst, IL) has released a "Heating Elements and Sensors" brochure. Finned hi-temp cartridge, standard cartridge, band, strip, tubular and cast, and Flextracoil® heaters are featured in the four-page brochure.
Ormec's (Rochester, NY) new Orion(TM) motion controller family includes the 586/133MHz processor. This processor offers a 25% speed increase and enables Ormec customers to upgrade to a more industrial PC-based platform.