The microScan3 Pro safety laser scanner is suited for safety and navigation in mobile applications as well as the intelligent protection of complex stationary applications.
SICK's HIPERFACE DSL is a digital protocol for feedback systems in servo drive technology.
SICK's CLV6 series laser barcode scanners are suitable for use in food production processes where hygiene is crucial.
The DOSIC ultrasonic sensor operates according to the concept of time-of-flight difference and provides an alternative to Coriolis mass flowmeters.
SICK has streamlined its W16 and W26 photoelectric sensors with technologies such as TwinEye, LineSpot and ClearSens.
The TriSpector1000 from SICK is a 3D vision sensor designed for industrial use as a standalone solution, with intelligent inspection tools.
SICK encoders monitor and secure motion sequences and ensure precise and efficient processes.
The SICK PGT-12-Pro programming tool is a portable programming tool for sensors with a CANopen interface and is designed for configuring and connecting programmable AHS/AHM36 absolute encoders and inclination sensors in the TMS/TMM61 and TMS/TMM88 product lines with a CANopen interface or an analog output.
SICK's PowerProx MultiTask photoelectric sensors combine the advantages of time-of-flight technology in a small housing with increased detection speed.
SICK's SOPASair application is able to configure more than 80 of SICK's sensor product families, as well as prepare them for industrial use in factory, logistics and process automation.
The RFU65x RFID from SICK is a measuring RFID device with integrated passage and direction detection.
The KTM Inox contrast sensor from SICK features high greyscale resolution and is integrated into a rugged stainless steel housing. The optimised OES4 ASIC technology, combined with a response time of 35 μs, ensures good detection of contrast marks, even on glossy materials.
The SICK LUTM luminescence sensor features a miniature housing combined with an IO-Link function.
SICK's GLARE sensor recognises and differentiates objects on the basis of their gloss in order to control production processes.
SICK has developed its first 3D vision sensor — the TriSpector1000 — which can carry out inspection tasks without programming.
SICK has integrated a web server into the AFS/AFM60 EtherNet/IP absolute encoder.
The SICK Lector63x image-based code reader is a 2 MP reader developed in a compact and flexible design.
The IH03 and IM04 inductive miniature sensors from SICK have been developed for applications with minimal installation space.
The CSM colour sensor from SICK detects and monitors objects on the basis of their colour.
The GM901 gas analyser and TRANSIC111LP laser oxygen transmitter, both from SICK, monitor carbon monoxide during the coffee roasting process and measure oxygen on the packaging machine itself.
ABB and SICK have developed a robot picking solution using 3D vision technology, in order to deal with objects of variable size and thickness arriving on belts in random positions.
The ConVer quality control system from SICK checks whether boxes or containers have been filled correctly and include all the required contents.
SICK's inductive IMB proximity sensor is reliable in harsh working conditions.
SICK's Lector 642 image-based code reader product family can handle changing object heights and reading distances, wide visual ranges, randomly aligned 1D and 2D codes and fast transport speeds.
Sick has released the CLV615 Dual Port barcode scanner, featuring an integrated switch that makes it easy to install the sensor in a Profinet IO network.
SICK W100-2 miniature photoelectric sensors are compatible with all standard detection principles, making them suitable for detection applications.
Sick Flexi Line is an interface for the safe networking of up to 32 Flexi Soft stations, making it possible to map modular machine structures in a consistent and efficient way - at a distance of up to 1000 m between two stations.
Sick GR18 cylindrical photoelectric sensors are suitable for detecting presence and positioning in a wide range of applications. The sensors are suitable for both space-saving and flexible mounting solutions as no special bracket is needed.
The Lector 620 OCR code reader is designed for reading and comparing plain text and simultaneous identification of conventional 1D and 2D codes in packaging applications.
RapCo is a complete plug-and-play rapid changeover system for automated format adjustment in packaging machines, consisting of positioning drives, sensors, a control unit, software, a display and wiring.
DeltaPac is a photoelectric sensor which enables the detection of individual objects, even where they are lined up end to end, forming a gapless, continuous stream.
TranspaTect is an optoelectronic sensor for detecting, counting or positioning transparent objects and optically critical surfaces. The machine has no reflector, which simplifies machine design, cuts commissioning costs, and prevents problems involving replacement due to contamination.
The Flexi Loop safety controller enables the cascading of safe switches and sensors, with which safety doors and servicing panels on machines are protected.
Sick's Inox hygienic sensor solutions are said to contribute to constant increases in efficiency in all areas of the food and beverage industry. The hygienic design and the careful selection of materials used are based on various norms, standards and regulations to ensure safety, should direct contact with food or raw materials occur.
The Sick RFU620 UHF RFID read/write unit offers a solution for the identification of containers, boxes or the correct aisle. It supports universal use even in extreme applications such as on stackers and in deep-freeze stores, or simply as a Kanban station.
The Lector 65x matrix camera is part of SICK's family of image-based code readers. The product comes with 2 or 4 megapixel camera resolution and wide angle for a large working field.
In ensuring product safety, the pharmaceutical and food processing industries have tough requirements for the machines and components they use. In order to meet these demands, Sick has developed a hygienic-design mounting system.
The Sick G10 photoelectric sensor requires minimal effort for setting and offers a high level of detection reliability and flexible 360° alignment.
For higher efficiency and quality in the packaging industry, the DeltaPac MultiTask photoelectric sensor utilises Delta-S-Technology, which combines four PinPoint emitters and two receivers with SIRIC and distance measurement technology.
Traditionally, it has been necessary to separate packages in order to count or detect them with the aid of photoelectric sensors (for example). The DeltaPac photoelectric sensor from Sick enables objects to be reliably detected in a gapless product flow.
The sensor can detect the difference between liquid media and foams or adhesions due to its time domain reflectometry (TDR) measuring principle (ie, a guided microwave).
The DFS60I incremental rotary positioning encoder from SICK is suitable for applications in food processing, beverage filling and the pharmaceutical and packaging industries.
Sick’s Lector620 series of 1D and 2D code readers provide reliable reading performance, rapid integration in a variety of packaging machine IT environments and extensive analysis and diagnostic possibilities.
The Sick Inspector P150 allows users to easily build their own interfaces, as well as operate the sensor from any computer or operator panel that contains a standard web browser.
Sick’s Bulkscan can measure volume and mass flows without contact, increasing system availability and avoiding mechanical wear. It also prevents wear by transmitting data on uneven belt loads and belt drift.
The Sick TBS temperature switch is designed for the monitoring the temperature of operating fluids such as hydraulic oil, lubricants or cooling water.
With Sick’s Inspector P150, users can easily build their own interfaces, as well as operate the vision sensor from any computer or operator panel that contains a standard web browser.
The TiM300 laser scanner has a range of 2 m and has a robust metal housing, a scanning angle of 270°, integrated teach-in function and four switching outputs.
The SICK MOC3SA Speed Monitor meets the safety levels of PL e according to EN ISO 13849, SIL3 in compliance with IEC 61508 and SIL3CL, according to EN62061.
The ML20 markless sensor from Sick offers greater flexibility and shorter equipping times for varying labels and formats, more freedom of design in the structuring of packaging systems and prevention of unnecessary material use and rejects.
Sick’s IVC-3D stainless steel smart camera has been specially designed for harsh environments combining imaging, lighting and analysis in a single, robust, stainless steel housing.
3D imaging is ideal where height, shape or volume is of importance for the production process. However, to make a complete quality or grading decision, it is often necessary to also consider the colour of the parts produced. This is, for instance, common in grading of fruits and vegetables, shape and baking degree verification of baked goods, and fill level and colour verification in beverages. By considering both 3D and colour aspects, more reliable decisions can be made which improve the product quality and reduce waste.
The image-processing code reader Lector 620 series is suitable for all code types and marking methods. It features compact design, industry-compatible integration into different IT environments, intuitive operation and good reading performance for product traceability and protection against product counterfeiting. Variant types in the series include: Eco as the basic variant, Standard as the device for rapid implementation of universal applications, and High Speed for high-speed solutions, among other things, in packaging or document handling as well as DPM for markings applied directly.
The CLV6xx barcode scanner platform from Sick offers customised solutions all the way to the high-end segment. Besides maximum reading results, other features include the intuitive parameterisation and user interface, as well as the manifold possibilities for network and fieldbus integration.