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.
NK Technologies’ newly re-designed ASM Series Smart-Switch uses a new self-calibrating and self-powered switch to eliminate the need to manually adjust the sensor trip point, and is compatible with any automation system.
EMX Industries’ UVX-600 luminescence sensor is based on the UVX-300 platform, providing improved capabilities that extend the operating range from 300mm to 600mm, and including a sensor calibration function.
Providing highly-accurate and reliable position control signals, Balluff’s Micropulse Generation 7 linear position transducers are now available with a Rapid Replacement Module (RRM) option that allows quick field replacement without removing the pressure tube from the hydraulic cylinder, making field-level maintenance fast and easy.