Sensors for your applications area. – Products used for multi-purpose applications including presence/absence and part differentiation.

  • Photoelectric Sensors – Laser sensors are used for detecting presence based on position or light intensity. Benefits include long range, a visible beam spot, and precise detection.
  • Fibre Optic Sensors – A fibreoptic sensor that uses diverse fibre units to support various applications in virtually any environment.
  • Vision Sensors – A sensor to solve any detection application. With built-in camera and optimised lighting, a wide area can be captured with an image and stable detection of multiple targets is possible even if they are misaligned.
  • Inductive Proximity Sensors – Preform presence detection of ferrous and non-ferrous metal targets
  • Network Communication Units – Provide sensors monitoring and control over Ethernet/IP, DeviceNet, EtherCAT or CC-Link networks.


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Color sensors

Color sensors to analyze the full light spectrum – Surface finish differences to color changes hard to see with the naked eye. Sensors with high stability, reliability and resolution. These application tones have a Good stability for previously difficult detection applications.


Fiberoptic Sensors

The Fiberoptic Sensors has an optical fiber connected to a light source to allow for detection in tight spaces or where a small profile is beneficial.  Tough contrast changes, small targets, and long distances are no issue.

Inductive sensors

A inductive proximity sensor can detect metal targets approaching the sensor, without physical contact with the target.


Laser Sensors

A laser sensor uses a “laser” to emit light in a straight line. Its visible beam spot makes alignment and positioning very easy.Since the light beam is focused, the sensor can be installed without worries about stray light


Photoelectric sensors

Photoelectric Sensors: A photoelectric sensor emits a light beam (visible or infrared) from its light-emitting element. A reflective-type photoelectric sensor is used to detect the light beam reflected from the target.


Ultrasonic sensors

Sensors that measure distance by using ultrasonic waves. The sensor head emits an ultrasonic wave and receives the wave reflected back from the target – it measure the distance to the target by measuring the time between the emission and reception.

Flow sensors

Flow sensors are used to monitor instantaneous flow, accumulated/totalised flow, and even shot/dispensing amounts. A good flow sensor can monitor any liquid including viscous, corrosive, and sanitary liquids.