Laser sensors are used for detecting presence based on position or light intensity. Benefits include long range, a visible beam spot, and precise detection. These devices have a small footprint and have options to withstand the most demanding environments.
Self-contained Photoelectric Sensors
Detection is often difficult with reflective sensors for a variety of reasons, including target colour, material, surface finish, and environment. In order to solve these issues, the stability of a CMOS laser has been combined with the versatility of a self-contained sensor in a heavy duty metal body to create a more stable and user friendly general purpose sensor.
The PZ2 series micro-optical sensors with built-in amplifiers are small, waterproof, and have the ability to detect transparent objects.
Self-contained, Long-distance, Small-spot Photoelectric Sensor with visible light
Separate Amplifier Photoelectric Sensors
Separate amplifier photoelectric sensors employing a variety of sensor heads; including ultra-thin compact and chemical-resistant variations.
Separate Amplifier Photoelectric Sensor with head variation
Compact, More space-saving Amplifier-in-cable Photoelectric Sensor
AC/DC Multi-power Supply Photoelectric Sensor
Quick Response Sensor detecting φ0.5 mm
Low cost type of expandable area sensor