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 CLV6 series laser barcode scanners are suitable for use in food production processes where hygiene is crucial.
SICK's HIPERFACE DSL is a digital protocol for feedback systems in servo drive technology.
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.
SICK's GLARE sensor recognises and differentiates objects on the basis of their gloss in order to control production processes.
The SICK LUTM luminescence sensor features a miniature housing combined with an IO-Link function.
SICK has developed its first 3D vision sensor — the TriSpector1000 — which can carry out inspection tasks without programming.