Inductive Sensors

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GRAZ, Germany, Aug. 19, 2020 — Inductive SensorsThe ABAS ThinLine series of inductive sensors from EVK Kerschhaggl GmbH feature spatially resolved inductive sensors for real-time detection of ferrous and non-ferrous metal objects in industrial sorting.

The devices are used in secondary raw material recovery by detecting metallic contaminants and eliminating them in the sorting process or in recuperation of metals from bulk material in various industries. The areas of application can be found in the recycling of polymers and electronic waste, the sorting of construction and demolition waste, and wood processing, among others.

The sensors are available in standard working widths of 600, 1000, 1200, 1600 and 2000 mm, supporting most of the common working widths of sorting machines. Designed as easy to install devices, they are equipped with a standardized GigE Vision industrial interface. Output data can be fed directly into a proprietary I/O system to drive actuators of the sorting system. As a result, sorting machine builders can easily integrate the ABAS ThinLine series in their sorting machine lines without the need to develop any specific interfaces to their machines.

Published: August 2020
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Productsinductive sensorsABAS ThinLineEVKKerschhagglSensors & DetectorsMaterialsindustrialmachine visionEurope

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