Check Out These Ecolab-Certified Photoelectric Sensors

Check Out These Ecolab-Certified Photoelectric Sensors

Because they make products for human consumption, food and beverage manufacturers require specialized sensing solutions that are not only highly accurate and reliable, but also food safe. Furthermore, these sensors must be able to withstand washdown environments and frequent exposure to chemical cleaning agents. This might seem like a tall order, but our long-time distribution… Continue Reading

Contrinex M18 Photoelectric Sensors Now Available in the US

Contrinex M18 Photoelectric Sensors Now Available in the US

As a long-time licensed distributor for Contrinex products, we are pleased to announce there’s a great addition to the Contrinex lineup newly available to the American market. The M18 series photoelectric sensors feature small plastic housings, a discreet embeddable design and an integral IO-Link interface. This makes it easier than ever to implement these versatile… Continue Reading

Photoelectric Sensors Monitor Fast-Paced Packaging Operations

Photoelectric Sensors Monitor Fast-Paced Packaging Operations

In an industrial setting where large volumes of products move through multiple phases of automated packaging, a robust sensor system is essential to the operation’s success. Take confectionery products, for example. These products are typically wrapped individually before being sorted into groups and sealed in bags for consumers. Then, these bags are sorted into cardboard… Continue Reading

Inductive Sensors Can Distinguish Different Vehicle Models

Inductive Sensors Can Distinguish Different Vehicle Models

Rather than manufacturing a single model of vehicle day in and day out, modern auto manufacturers typically produce a number of different vehicle models that each have distinct dimensions and components. To expedite their workflow, these businesses need a way to quickly identify different chassis types as soon as they’re lifted onto the line so… Continue Reading

Protect Hooklift Systems With Rugged Inductive Sensors

Protect Hooklift Systems With Rugged Inductive Sensors

Hooklift trucks use a series of hydraulic rams to load and unload demountable containers so that they can be transported to and from job sites. These trucks are typically used by waste management operations, construction companies and other businesses that must move large volumes of material to disposal sites. A single container may weigh upwards… Continue Reading

Non-Contact Infrared Sensors Accurately Track Small Objects

Non-Contact Infrared Sensors Accurately Track Small Objects

Pharmaceutical companies and small part manufacturers rely on sensing equipment to accurately count and detect small objects as they progress through automated production lines. When small objects aren’t reliably detected, it can cause packaging and distribution errors that cost businesses valuable time and money. In some cases, sensors may need to track hundreds of small… Continue Reading

These Rugged Sensors Are Ideal for Harsh Environments

These Rugged Sensors Are Ideal for Harsh Environments

When the mechanical components of your operation are regularly exposed to moisture, extreme temperatures or harsh chemicals, you need sensing equipment that is capable of standing up to some serious wear and tear. That’s why we offer a number of rugged sensors that are designed specifically for use in harsh operating environments. Let’s start by… Continue Reading

Use Photoelectric Sensors to Detect Transparent Objects

Use Photoelectric Sensors to Detect Transparent Objects

Automated manufacturing operations depend on sensor equipment to make sure each step of the process is completed reliably and effectively. For many applications, inductive sensors can do a fine job of monitoring and maintaining the automated manufacturing process. When working with glass or transparent polymers, however, you need a different type of sensor. In this… Continue Reading