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Array Sensor

Photonics Spectra
Dec 2010
SICK Inc.Request Info
 
Sick has launched the WL27-3, a reflex array photoelectric sensor developed for reliable detection of pallets and irregularly shaped and multiheight objects. Any object 12 mm or larger is detected with the sensor’s 50-mm-detection height, regardless of its properties or position within the array, including clear materials. Sensing range is 4.5 m. Designed for simple light grid applications, the reflex array provides low-cost area detection in a standard sensor platform. Operating in reflex (retroreflective) mode results in having to mount and power only a single device, reducing costs. Applications include leading-edge detection of products with tapered edges (totes), bagged products, warped boards and packaged products, as well as continuous-edge detection of containers with holes/gaps.


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