Hyde Park Electronics (Dayton, OH) has introduced level-control, analog-output sensors. Superprox® Model SM506A-400 (cable style) and Model SM556A (connector style) are noncontact sensors with a sensing range from 2" to 79".
The Interceptor is a new input module or "block" from Aro (Bryan, OH) that allows multiple sensors to be connected to the same block. It handles sourcing (PNP), sinking (NPN) and Reed-type sensors to be con-nected.
Namco Controls (Highland Heights, OH) has introduced the EP200 Series of photoelectric sensors for use in a variety of industrial applications. Surface mount electronics make them suited for presence/absence detection.
Turck (Minneapolis, MN) has announced the busstop(TM) input/output module for DeviceNet(TM) networks. The module is designed to connect standard input/output devices to a "bus," which is the communications system linking electrical components in a packaging line.
Aromat (New Providence, NJ) has introduced a new line of photoelectric sensors for industrial and commercial applications. The NAiS- brand UZF-300 series of fiber-optic sensors includes a high-sensitivity model, a 1-m long-range sensing model, a green LED device and a 30 microsecond response time.
Erhardt + Leimer's Corrugated Div. (Spartanburg, SC) offers three web guiding systems for the corrugating industry that stabilize and align the web either to the machine center or in reference to the outer liner.