Sensors & Vision

Presence Detection

Limit Switches

Limit switches dedicated for specific applications such as hoisting, Mining, Minerals & Metals or belt conveying
  • Positive opening on all snap and slow-break contacts, for safer machinery
  • Modular design for easier maintenance

Photoelectric Sensors

Photoelectric sensors can check for presence, color, distance, size, shape, and many more targets attributes. They can perform these functions at longer distances than other sensing methods while providing numerous mounting options and flexibility.

Applications: Parts detection, Parts counting, Color verification, Clear and transparent detection, Measuring, Detecting marks. Applicative sensors for material handling, packaging, labeling (fork sensors technology) , assembly, food & beverage

Inductive Proximity Sensors

For non-contact detection of metallic targets at shorter ranges, generally under 50mm (2 inches). Advantages of inductive proximity sensors include:
  • Ignores water, oil, dirt, and non-metallic particles
  • Insensitive to target color or target surface finish
  • Short-circuit resistant
  • Withstands high shock and vibration environments

Capacitive Proximity Sensors

Capacitive sensors detect most objects and the fill level of non-conductive materials, liquids, pellets, and powders directly or through a non-metallic container wall.

Benefits: Non-contact, wear-free, bounce-free output signal. Detects objects regardless of material, color or texture and hidden or inaccessible.

Laser Sensors

Laser diode sensors combine the alignment advantages of a visible sensing beam with the increased sensing range of a laser . They operate on dc or ac/dc (universal voltage). Class 1 and Class 2 devices are available.

Magnetic Sensors

In comparison with inductive sensors of the same size, magnetic sensors offer a higher switching distance. Non-ferrous metal and aluminium walls do not impair their switching behaviour. These sensors are not sensitive to vibration and can be mounted at the front or side.

Benefits: For universal use. Extremely accurate and reliable switching behavior. Long service life thanks to no-contact, wear-free function. Space-saving installation thanks to small designs.

Ultrasonic Sensors

Sound solutions for object detection and measurement with extra reliability at lower costs

Mechanical Sensors

Mechanical sensors are used for positioning and limit switch tasks on machine tools and presses, flexible production centres, robots, assembly and conveying equipment, and in machine and plant construction.

Pressure Detection

Pressure Sensors

The monitoring of hydraulic, pneumatic, vacuum and various machine gas and liquid pressures is extremely critical in today’s automation processes.

Benefits: Measure pressure reliably. System pressure at a glance. Easy to install. Intuitive configuration.


Industrial RFID Systems

RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) systems offer data tracking and error proofing solutions for asset tracking, machine tool, flexible assembly, factory automation, warehousing, logistics, and distribution tracking.

Benefits: Traceability - Gain visibility into the manufacturing process.