Contrast, Color & Luminescence

Contrast Sensor - Glare - Sick

The Contrast Glare sensor is specially designed to recognize and differentiate objects on the basis of their gloss in order to control production processes.

The Glare sensor from Sick analyzes the spatial distribution of reflected light using Delta-S technology, which allows the sensor to determine the gloss level of flat object surfaces and to differentiate between objects of differing gloss levels. The measurement result is transmitted to the process controls either via two digital switching outputs or IO-Link.Several operating modes are available, making the Glare sensor perfectly suited to a range of different applications.
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Contrast Sensor PS30 - Sick

The perfect partner when what you require is precision, speed, and efficiency
Moving rapidly from pattern detection to precise position identification!
 
The PS30 contrast/pattern sensor detects even complex patterns quickly and precisely. Based on the principle of operation of a line sensor, it delivers a stable switching signal – even at high object speeds. The PS30 therefore really plays to its strengths in presence monitoring applications and when identifying the position of labels, packaging material, or tubes.


 
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Contrast sensors KTS E KTX – Sick

Where most of the contrast sensors reach their limits, the KTS and KTX offer more applications, more areas of use, more flexibility.
 
They incorporate more than just the reliability and availability of contrast sensors from the market and technology leader: TwinEye-Technology®, multifunctional display, integrated job memory and the combination of contrast and color sensor technology.
 
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Luminescence sensors LUT - Sick

The bright idea for fluorescent material!
Luminescence sensors from Sick detect visible and non-visible marks that illuminate when using ultraviolet (UV) light.

Fluorescent material and marks are reliably detected independently of their pattern, colors or surface conditions on any material. Luminescence sensors LUT from Sick emit UV light with a wave length of approximately 375 nm. Fluorescent substances convert the UV light into long-wave visible light, which is then received and evaluated by the luminescence sensor.
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