Suitable for machine lighting, visual inspection stations, and general industrial area lighting, Banner Engineering’s WLA Series Encapsulated Area Lights are powerful, solid-state LED lights completely encapsulated in optically clear polyurethane—enhancing chemical compatibility and increasing resistance to shock and vibrations.
Designed with retroreflective technology, the PVL Parts Verification Array (PVL) from Banner Engineering is able to detect medium- to large-sized objects moving at high rates of speed, like boxes on a conveyor.
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.
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.
The Q26 Series photoelectric sensor from Banner Engineering features a polarized retro coaxial design to provide reliable detection of clear, translucent or opaque objects, including mirror-like surfaces.
Banner Engineering’s WL50S High-Intensity LED Spot Light, an extremely bright, sealed spotlight designed for use in general purpose applications, provides a long-lasting useful life when used within its specifications.
Banner Engineering’s L-GAGE LH Series laser sensor, a non-contact measurement sensor designed to provide accurate and stable measurements, is useful for precision displacement and thickness measurements.
Designed for washdown environments, the K50L Sealed Audible EZ-LIGHT™ from Banner Engineering is a rugged, cost-effective and easy-to-install indicator light with an audible alarm, which allows it to be easily seen and heard from a distance.
Banner’s D10 Expert™ Small Object Counter uses an easy-to-set selectable threshold with automatic compensation algorithm that compensates for dust or contamination on the fiber optic array and for ambient temperature changes.
Banner’s PresencePLUS® P4 IP68-rated sealed OMNI vision sensor features a compact, yet durable nickel-plated aluminum that withstands demanding washdown conditions, dust and debris with an integrated ring light or lens cover.
Banner Engineering has released a new SureCross™ Wireless Network
solutions brochure describing how SureCross surpasses other available
wireless options with its ability to perform both monitoring and
SLM Series Metal Slot Sensors from Banner Engineering sense objects that pass between fixed-distance opposed-mode emitter and receiver. Available in 6 slot widths, all models feature a rugged metal housing and a fast response time of 500 microseconds, making them suitable for high-speed counting, edge detecting, position verification, and level-monitoring applications.
The new World-Beam® QS18 Laser Adjustable- Field Sensors from Banner Eng. Deliver high-performance sensing with a visible Class 1 laser, tightly collimated sensing beams, and precision background suppression.
Banner Engineering has introduced its D10 Series family of compact, DIN-rail-mountable fiber-optic sensors. Available in 3 distinctly different models—the D10 Expert™ with Numeric Display; D10 Expert™ with Bargraph Display; and D10 Discrete Output—all D10 Series sensors have the same housing style and interface format, making them easy to specify and install.
Banner Engineering’s new PresencePLUS vision sensors catalog/brochure presents a complete offering of the products. Detailed part numbers, specifications, and ordering information is listed for vision products and lighting, bracket, and lens accessories.
Banner Engineering offers the EZ-Screen™ Safety Light Screen System, a noncontact, point-of-production machine guarding system. Said to provide easy set-up, alignment and operation, thanks to its optical design, variety of sizes and resolutions, zone indicators, detailed diagnostics, and flexible mounting options.
Banner has released the Q60 Series Laser Adjustable-Field Sensors, available in both Class 1 or extended-range Class 2 laser formats. Series features a mechanically adjustable sensing cutoff point, allowing sensors to detect small objects with relatively low reflectivity while ignoring background objects.
Banner Engineering’s new QL Series of microprocessor-controlled luminescence sensors detect luminescence inherent in a material or sense luminophores added to a material in process to make it luminescent.
Banner Engineering offers the S18U Series compact ultrasonic sensor with an advanced microprocessor design, push-button programming, and bright diagnostic status LEDs located directly on the sensor housing.
Banner Engineering offers the QT50U Series programmable ultrasonic sensors that have an extended sensing range of up to 26’. Product is available in both analog and discrete models, has a minimum sensing range of 8”, and incorporates an advanced microprocessor design for reliable sensing at long distances within a variety of applications.
Banner Engineering (Minneapolis, MN) offers the QC50 true color sensor that analyzes and identifies user determined colors. Sensor emits a modulated white light that when reflected back from an object is electronically filtered to its red, green, and blue components for accurate color determination.
Banner Engineering (Minneapolis, MN) introduces its new VS4 Series Opposed-Mode self-contained miniature sensors. Designed for precision sensing in tight confines, sensor’s mounting capability and extremely small size makes it ideal for applications previously only accessible by remote or fiber optic models.
Banner Engineering (Minneapolis, MN) introduces the World-Beam™ QS18LE Series laser emitter designed for use as a DC-powered laser pointer in an industrial housing and the emitter half of an opposed mode sensor pair.
Banner Engineering (Minneapolis, MN) releases its PresensePLUS Pro™ camera-based visual inspection sensor for a price of less than $2괌. Transforms costly, complex machine vision systems into a simple, easy-to-use and affordable sensor, company says.
Banner Engineering (Minneapolis, MN) offers Safety Mat Monitor Modules with a universal design for use with any standard, 4-wire safety mat or safety edge that is based on contact plates or strips that short together to cause activation.
Banner Engineering (Minneapolis, MN) has published a 72-page catalog that includes specifications and applications for its entire sensor line. Described are light gauging sensors, ultrasonic sensors, measuring light screens, pixel-counting sensors, and part sensing light screens.
Miniature retroreflective sensors designed to accurately detect shiny objects and eliminate the “blind” response area of some conventional photoelectric sensors are available from Banner Engineering (Minneapolis, MN).
A measuring light screen system with built-in DeviceNet compatibility is available from Banner Eng. (Minneapolis, MN). DeviceNet Mini-Array permits users to centrally monitor and control the operating status and diagnostics of several light screens simultaneously over a DeviceNet control network.
Banner’s (Minneapolis, MN) World-Beam™ photoelectric sensor is contained in a small house measuring 33 mm x 15 mm x 31 mm (1.38”x0.59”x1.22”). Because of its single housing style, the unit fits almost all mounting requirements.
The Presence Plus™ pixel-counting sensor from Banner (Minneapolis, MN) examines lightness and darkness of passing containers to detect missing tablets, missing labels, defective bottles, presence of ink in coding applications, and more.
Banner's (Minneapolis, MN) Specifier's Guide to Photoelectrics is a resource for specifiers of photoelectric and ultrasonic sensors. The colorful 20-pg guide includes photos and descriptions of 12 new photoelectric sensors, along with numerous special application sensors and sensor accessories.
Banner Engineering (Minneapolis, MN) has announced new Mini-Beam® and Q45 Universal Voltage photoelectric sensors. Operating at 24 to 250V ac, 50/60 Hz or 12 to 250V dc, these sensors are designed for applications such as palletizers, conveyors, packaging machines, feeder bowls and material hoppers.
L-GAGE(TM) laser gauging systems are used in applications including the measurement of dia or thickness. From Banner Eng. (Minneapolis, MN), the non-contacting sensors offer maximum resolution of 10 microns (0.01 mm).