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Photoelectric sensors check presence, shape, colour, distance, and thickness – optimised for robotics, automation, assembly, and handling.
They are real experts with various strengths: detecting and counting parts, monitoring stack heights, through-glass detection, aligning small parts, detecting marks, fill level detection, and more.
Photoelectric fork and angle sensors are used for the detection of very small objects and for counting tasks in feeding, assembly and handling applications.
Further application examples are belt edge and guide monitoring.
The sensors are distinguished by a high switching frequency and a particularly fine and precise light beam. This allows for the reliable detection of very fast processes.
Made from distortion-resistant diecast zinc, the housing ensures long-term stability of the optical axis.
No time-consuming adjustment is required because transmitter and receiver are already aligned towards each other.
The sensitivity can be set intuitively via potentiometer, and light-on / dark-on mode is selected via rotary switch.
Fork sensors (also called slot sensors) use through-beam photoelectric technology to detect objects passing through the slot.
The rugged one-piece housing keeps the emitter and receiver in alignment and a convenient, single-cable connection is provided
Fork Photoelectric Sensors are an easy-to-apply and cost-effective method for small part detection and counting in a wide range of industries.
They eliminate the alignment and adjustment issues associated with other transmitted-beam sensing solutions.
Fork sensors are U and L shaped through-beam object detecting sensors that have the transmitter and receiver built into the opposing “fork” arms of the sensor housing.
If you are interested in ifms OPU Photoelectric Fork Sensors, or any other ifm products, call 01244 288138 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to get more details.
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