Leuze Fork Sensors of this series combine transmitter and receiver into a single device and therefore feature high operational safety.
The sensors are characterized by simple mounting without alignment work as well as high sensitivity.
Leuze Fork Sensors are used for detecting small parts or for detecting labels and print marks, even on transparent films.
The design of the Leuze Fork Sensors for object detection make them the ideal choice for the detection of small parts.
High sensitivities and fast reaction times facilitate simple and reliable integration of the sensors in fast automation processes.
The GS 04 series, with mouth widths from 20 to 220mm, can be optimally adapted to a given application by means of their sensitivity adjustment and light/dark switching.
Laser variants can be used to reliably detect even the smallest parts.
Leuze Fork Sensors for label detection are precise and fast, even at high web speeds. They also reliably detect a wide range of material combinations and surfaces.
These are the criteria professional sensors must meet for labelling applications, and Leuze has the right solution for every application with its wide line of different designs and operating principles.
There are a variety of ranges to choose from, from the GS 61 series – the smallest fork photoelectric sensor of industrial quality, to the GK 14 series – which is particularly well suited for transparent labels without metallic coating.
The GS 63 series is well suited for wide labels, and the GSU 06 series is ideal for foil labels.
The GSU 12 series is suitable for leaflet and booklet labels, and the GSU 14 series is ideal for the foodstuffs sector where it is critical that no paint chipping occurs.
If you’re interested in finding out more about Leuze Fork Sensors or any other Leuze products, please call 01244 288138 or email [email protected].