SICK W16 and W26 photoelectric sensors

Monday, 05 March, 2018 | Supplied by: SICK Pty Ltd



SICK has streamlined its W16 and W26 photoelectric sensors by introducing new technologies.

The BluePilot operating and display concept is an assistance system that enables the sensors to be set up easily, accurately and quickly. Depending on the type of sensor, BluePilot sends a message confirming the sensing distance that has been selected and the reception signal. It also allows different operating modes to be chosen.

The patented TwinEye technology provides operational safety in the case of high-gloss, contrasting and uneven surfaces, using one sender and two receivers.

LineSpot technology is designed to ensure that perforated, textured and uneven objects, in particular, can be reliably detected. The light spot, which has been extended to form a line, allows optical information to be provided about irregularities, such as gaps or rough surfaces.

In the case of transparent objects, ClearSens technology gives perspective. If dirt produced during the production process reduces the amount of light emitted by the reflector, AutoAdapt technology compensates for this by adjusting the switching thresholds.

Online: www.sick.com.au
Phone: 1800 334 802
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