A vision sensor is an electronic device that captures visual images and processes them to extract useful information. These sensors are commonly used in industrial automation and robotics applications to detect and identify objects, measure dimensions, and monitor quality. They are also used in security and surveillance systems as well as the automative industry for driver assistance and safety features.
The IO-Link Master is a very versatlie industrial standard device. It provides the best solution about IO-Link gateway systems the embedded OPC-UA based technology. This new device series combines all the IO-Link standard technology benefits with OPC-UA and Field busses like Ethernet-IP, Profinet and Modbus all together in one family with two different devices to select the appropriate bus technology. The IO-Link Master is able to run simultaneously different technologies allowing the use of OPC-UA without the need of a PLC included in the system saving hardware and software cost. The IOlink data can be sent by an IO-Link sensor directly up to any SCADA or HMI software system. The unique and integrated WEB server Technology allows to get connected with your sensor bank just with a ethernet based device and using any commercial internet browser, setting and reading sensor parameters in the most efficient and easy way.
A photoelectric sensor is a device used to determine the distance, absence, or presence of an object by using a light transmitter, often infrared, and a photoelectric receiver. They are largely used in industrial manufacturing. There are three different useful types: opposed, retro-reflective, and proximity-sensing. A Photoelectric Sensor consists primarily of an Emitter for emitting light and a Receiver for receiving light.
A miniature sensor is a compact electronic device designed to detect and measure physical parameters or environmental conditions. These sensors are characterized by their small size and often offer high sensitivity and accuracy despite their miniature form factor. They are used in various industries and applications where space is limited or where discreet and unobtrusive sensing is required.
An industrial compact sensor is a type of sensor specifically designed for use in industrial environments where durability, reliability, and robustness are crucial. These sensors are compact in size but built to withstand harsh operating conditions commonly found in industrial settings. They are employed in a wide range of industrial applications for process monitoring, automation, quality control, and safety purposes.
A distance sensor, also known as a proximity sensor or ranging sensor, is a device that measures the distance between the sensor and an object or surface in its vicinity. Distance sensors use various technologies to determine the distance, such as ultrasound, infrared, laser, or time-of-flight measurements. These sensors are widely used in numerous applications, including robotics, automation, object detection, obstacle avoidance, level sensing, and positioning systems.
A contrast photoelectric sensor, also known as a contrast sensor or contrast scanner, is a type of optical sensor used to detect and distinguish contrasting colors or patterns on a surface. These sensors are designed to detect variations in light reflectivity, allowing them to identify objects based on differences in color, brightness, or surface texture. Contrast photoelectric sensors are commonly used in industrial automation applications for tasks such as object detection, part identification, web guiding, print mark detection, and quality control.