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• Miniature Photoelectric Sensors
Miniature photoelectric sensors are extremely compact, conveniently fitting into limited spaces with barrel, rectangular and T-shaped housings. Sensors have high-power performance for close range detection. Six sensing modes are available with an opposed mode sensing range up to 4 m.

• Compact Photoelectric Sensors
Compact photoelectric sensors are space-saving rectangular or barrel shaped sensors with powerful sensing beams for longer ranges and scanning distances. Several sensing modes are available with an opposed mode sensing range up to 30 m, depending on the model.

• Midsize Photoelectric Sensors
Midsize photoelectric sensors, available in a barrel or rectangular shape, work well for position sensing applications and process automation with a much larger sensing range and optimal detection. Several sensing modes are available with an opposed mode sensing range up to 60 m.

• Full-size Photoelectric Sensors


Full-size photoelectric sensors have the longest sensing range with distances up to 200 m and operate with ac, dc, or ac/dc voltage. Sensors are available in opposed, polarized and non-polarized retroreflective, diffuse, convergent, and glass and plastic fiber optic modes.

• 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. Self-contained long-range laser sensor for accurate distance sensing to 250 m Ultra-precise laser sensor with analog and discrete outputs

• Ultrasonic Sensors
Ultrasonic sensors use sound waves rather than light, making them ideal for stable detection of uneven surfaces, liquids, clear objects, and objects in dirty environments. These sensors work well for applications that require precise measurements between stationary and moving objects.

• Fiber Optic Sensors
Fiber optic sensors are ideal for harsh conditions including high vibration, extreme heat, noisy, wet, corrosive or explosive environments. Fiber optic sensors are small enough to fit in confined areas and can be positioned precisely where needed with flexible fibers.

• Clear Object Detection Sensors
Clear object detection sensors reliably and quickly detect clear, transparent and mirror-like surfaces with various laser or ultrasonic sensor models for high precision detection. Sensors have fast response times for high-speed applications and reliable clear object detection.

• Part-Sensing Sensors
Part-sensing or detection sensors detect objects that pass through a unique beam pattern array for the highest sensing accuracy. Part-sensing sensors have extraordinary sensitivity to small objects for precise detection in challenging applications.

• Measuring Array Sensors
Using an array of closely spaced light beams, measuring light screens are designed for profiling, inspections and process monitoring.

• Slot Sensors
Slot sensors, sometimes called optical fork sensors because of their "forked" shape, detect objects that pass between the two arms—one with the emitter, the other with the receiver. The fixed slot width provides reliable opposed-mode sensing of objects as small as 0.30 mm.

• Vehicle Detection
Vehicle detection sensors reliably detect the presence of large metal objects—such as a car, truck or railcar—even when the vehicle is not in motion.

• Radar Sensors
Radar sensors use Frequency Modulated Continuous Wave (FMCW) radar to reliably detect moving or stationary targets, including cars, trains, trucks and cargo in extreme weather conditions.

• True Color Sensors
True color sensors accurately analyze and compare color to color or varying intensities of one color.

• Registration Mark Sensors
Registration mark sensors, also known as color sensors, act as a color detector by identifying subtle color contrasts to inspect registration marks, using one, two or three color LEDs.

• Luminescence Sensors
Luminescence sensors detect luminescence that is inherent in a material or luminophores that have been added to a material to make it luminescent.

• High-Pressure, Washdown Rated
IP69K and PW12 rated sensors are extremely durable in hostile environments. Rugged, sealed housings protect electronic components. These sensors are ideal for washdown applications in food/beverage and pharmaceutical processes.

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