A sensor is a device that detects and responds to some type of input from the physical environment. In the broadest definition, a sensor is a device, module, machine, or subsystem that detects events or changes in the environment and sends the information to other electronic devices, usually a computer processor. The input can be light, heat, motion, moisture, pressure, or any number of other environmental phenomena. The output is usually a signal that is converted to a human-readable display at the sensor location or transmitted electronically over a network for reading or further processing. Sensors are always used with other electronics.
Magnetic sensing method. Resolution: 0.1 mm / step. Interface CANopen®. Measuring length up to 3.4 m. Removable cabs for water outlet. Extremely light thanks to housing of plastic and aluminium.
C-mount lens 6MP Allfunction Industrial Code Reader, white light.
Accurate distance measurement regardless of material, surface, color or transparency.
Absolute magnetic encoders for extreme applications.
thermoplastic enclosure with foldable latching cover，vertical mounting
This sensor has a wide range of applications and can accurately complete a variety of position detection as well as distance and material level measurement.
Cost effective Finger, hand, arm detection with basic functions.
Image recognition sensor that integrates camera, lighting and controller. A large range is captured by the “face” of the image, and the detection can be stable even if the position of the object is shifted. According to the installation environment, AI can automatically identify the ideal stability of the workpiece. It also supports the judgment of OK/NG in a large field of view.