New Proximity Sensors Designed for Manufacturing Showcased at Design & Manufacturing Midwest Show

DN Staff

September 22, 2009

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New Proximity Sensors Designed for Manufacturing Showcased at Design & Manufacturing Midwest Show

Manufacturers of proximity sensors are among those showcasing new products at the Design & Manufacturing Midwest show, Sept. 22-24, in Rosemont, IL. Sensor manufacturers include Balluff, Banner Engineering, Carlo Gavazzi and Turck, among others.

Trends in new sensor designs aim to make sensors easier to use, lower cost, and more adaptable to various applications, which can decrease the number of sensor models required in the stockroom.

Balluff's UltraFrame Thru-Beam Sensors
Balluff's UltraFrame series is the latest in self-contained thru-beam sensor technology and is designed to solve problems many other sensors cannot. Error-proofing and process monitoring are included. (Booth 921) Read more

Banner Engineering's World-Beam QS30 Clear Object Sensors Are Robust, Easy-to-Use

Banner Engineering's World-Beam QS30 Clear Object Sensor provides reliable clear object detection to solve challenging applications, the company says, by using an advanced optical design to allow the sensor to see translucent materials, ensuring dependable detection of clear targets, including PET bottles and glass containers. (Booth 1000) Read more

Carlo Gavazzi's Long Range Diffuse Photoelectric Sensor Has Background Suppression
Carlo Gavazzi launches a new long range diffuse photoelectric sensor with background suppression technology. The Carlo Gavazzi PD112 will detect black objects at distances up to 2 meters, and white and gray objects at up to 2.5 m. (Booth 1102) Read more

Turck Q10S Factor 1 Inductive Sensor Has 5-mm Range, Compact Size
Turck uprox+ line of advanced factor 1 sensors has expanded to include the Q10S sensor. The compact 10 x 10 x 28 mm inductive sensor can sense distances up to 5 mm; an active side face detects all metals-including aluminum, copper and steel-at the same rated distance without reinstallation. (Booth 615) Read more

Read more on the Control Engineering sensors channel.

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