Analog positioning sensors MPA - Sick

MPA position sensors continuously detect the piston position of pneumatic actuators using a direct, non-contact method. The sensors in the MPA product family are ideal for large piston diameters and long strokes. The sensor settings can be adjusted during installation and during operation later on, using a teach field or – depending on the variant – using IO-Link.

The MPA analog positioning sensors, from Sick, continuously supply data via analog outputs or IO-Link, enabling flexible machine concepts and making it possible to solve tasks in areas such as quality monitoring and process control in conjunction with pneumatic cylinders and drives. This continuous transfer of position data upgrades the functionality of the pneumatic cylinders by making them more intelligent – and, as a result, more versatile.
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Analog positioning sensors MPS - Sick

MPS position sensors continuously detect the piston position of pneumatic actuators using a direct, non-contact method. They can be mounted in C-slots and T-slots without the need for additional accessories. The sensor settings can be adjusted during installation and during operation later on, using a teach field or IO-Link.

The MPS analog positioning sensors, from Sick, continuously supply data via analog outputs or IO-Link, enabling flexible machine concepts and making it possible to solve tasks in areas such as quality monitoring and process control in conjunction with pneumatic cylinders and drives. This continuous transfer of position data upgrades the functionality of the pneumatic cylinders by making them more intelligent – and, as a result, more versatile.
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Bulkscan® LMS511 sensor - Sick

Non-contact and maintenance-free measurement of volume flow.
The Bulkscan® LMS511 uses time-of-flight laser technology to provide non-contact volume flow measurements on conveyor belts. No matter what kind of bulk materials are involved or how bad weather conditions are, the multi-echo technology allows the Bulkscan® LMS511 sensor, from Sick, to generate a reliable volume flow signal using the laser's time of flight and the belt speed.
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Capacitive proximity sensors CM – Sick

Capacitive proximity sensors from Sick can detect all powdery, granulated, liquid, and solid materials – even through plastic or glass walls.

Sick’s capacitive proximity sensors feature extremely high electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), which prevents false switches and sensor failure.
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Cilindrical Photocells GR18 - Sick

The GR18 product family: reliable and extremely versatile.
The GR18 photoelectric sensor family in a cylindrical M18-housing offers an optimal price/performance ratio. It can be used universally in many applications thanks to its standard M18 housing size. PinPoint LED s, plastic and metal housing versions as well as status indicators that are easily visible from all angles complete the sensor’s features.

One product family for all applications GR18 cylindrical photoelectric sensors in the cylindrical M18 housing are outstanding in both the short length version (GR18S) and the standard length version (GR18), and offer an optimal price-performance ratio.
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Cilindrical ultrasonic sensors - Sick

Cylindrical ultimate ultrasonic sensor solutions from Sick

Sound is a natural phenomenon which helps us to recognize our environment without physical contact over widely varying distances. Sick’s cylindrical ultrasonic sensors use sound to accurately detect objects and measure distances. 

These sensors provide outstanding background suppression to reliably detect objects, regardless of the object’s appearance. The output used – switching, analog or both – is determined based on your application requirements.
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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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Cylindrical ultrassonic sensor UM30 - Sick

Cylindrical ultrasonic sensors are true all-rounders. Whether it is position detection, distance measurement or the detection of solid, powdered or liquid substances: Cylindrical ultrasonic sensors from Sick demonstrate their reliability and precision in virtually any application.

The UM30 product family  provides a variety of flexible options. Sensing ranges up to 8 m, as well as various setup options, enable these sensors to solve nearly any application. Its high measurement accuracy – due to internal temperature compensation – along with the color-independent detection of objects, immunity to dirt and dust, and a high operational temperature range up to 70 °C, enable reliable operation – even under the most challenging conditions.
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Cylindrical photoelectric sensors – Sick

Photoelectric switches in cylindrical from Sick housing allow universal and extremely simple installation without restrictions of sensor performance.
The advantages: compatible 1-hole installation M12 or M18 for different product series and a variety of applications.
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Electronic pressure sensor PAC50 - Sick

Turns pressure into colors.
For improved monitoring of air pressure, the PAC50 electronic pressure switch from Sick offers more at a glance – the large bi-color display allows you to identify from a distance if the pressure falls within the target range. Three large function keys and intuitive menu navigation make operating the PAC50 easy.

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Fiber-optic photoelectric sensor WLL170 – Sick

Versatility for standard applications!
The WLL170-2 fiber-optic photoelectric sensor family features a standard operating system that is especially suitable for basic applications, but can be used when rapid response times are crucial.

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Fiber-optic photoelectric sensor WLL260 – Sick

The WLL260 stainless steel fiber-optic photoelectric sensor from Sick is characterized by its simplicity.

Sensitivity control and light/dark switching features provide optimal possibilities for adjustment during operation. Control elements are easily accessible and protected by a cover. Various fiber-optic cables can be used in the through-beam or proximity version. In addition, both DC and DC/AC devices are available with the WLL260. Mounting brackets for the photoelectric sensor are also included.
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Flow indicators for liquids DAA – Kobold

To check the flow processes in pipeline systems and for insight into the interior of process pipes, many flow indicators are used in which the flowing medium sets a rotor turning and thus to a large extent visibly signals a flow. The particular thing with the special version Type DAA is that the rotor is housed in a glass cylinder. 

This version ensures a functional flow check from two points of view. On the one hand its construction as a visible cylinder gives a relatively large and thus easily observed field of observation; in addition the rotary movement of the PTFE rotor permits reliable monitoring of cloudy or dark media due to its noticeably bright colouring. This type of device is already widely used and has proven itself in industrial use thanks to its functional reliability.
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Fork sensors WF, UF, WFM e WFS - Sick

Simplicity, flexibility, and precision – combined in a single fork sensor.
Sick fork sensors combine senders and receivers in a single housing, meaning that they can be adjusted quickly.

Thanks to the precise, focused light beam and the high detection accuracy, the sensors from Sick also detect very minor light attenuation differences. Many different fork sizes, straightforward mounting, and exceptionally high ambient light immunity are just some of the advantages of these fork sensors.
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High-performance fiber-optic sensor WLL180T - Sick

High-performance fiber-optic sensor with world’s fastest response time!
The WLL180T fiber-optic photoelectric sensor family, from Sick, provides the world’s fastest response time - only 16μs.

In addition, it offers superior sensing distances of up to 20m and its high light intensity delivers a reliable, high-powered solution – even in difficult ambient conditions, like dust, spray, mist, and water jets. Commissioning is simple – either via the external teach-in input or directly on the unit. Two, four-digit displays provide visualization of all programming steps, status displays, plus target and actual values through an intuitive menu structure. The WLL180T sensors can be operated either as a stand-alone or in a bus configuration, depending on the requirements. In a bus configuration, several sensors are networked via an internal bus, enabling the settings on one WLL180T to be copied to all other devices on the bus. Fiber-optic amplifier cross-talk is prevented by the sensors integrated anti-interference logic.
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Hydrostatic level sensor - LFH – Sick

The level probe LFH, from Sick, is a robust pressure transmitter for continuous level measurement. 

The liquid column above the probe creates a hydrostatic pressure which is a direct indicator for the liquid level. Through its permanently connected 
cable the LFH is submerged into the liquid to be monitored. Thus, the container wall does not need to be disturbed to fit a level sensor.
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Inductive Proximity Sensor IMB – Sick

The rugged standard for use in harsh ambient conditions!
The inductive IMB proximity sensor from Sick is a byword for reliability in harsh working conditions, whether it is in contact with cooling lubricants or being used outdoors. With its extended sensing ranges, made highly precise thanks to the use of Sick ASIC technology, the IMB ensures reliable, stable processes.
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Inductive Proximity Sensors - Sick

There are millions of inductive sensors deployed in almost every area of factory automation. They detect metal objects contactless and are distinguished by a long operating life and extreme robustness. The inductive proximity sensors from Sick provide optimum precision and reliability using the most modern ASIC technology.

Sick can always provide the right solution to meet your requirements – from cylindrical and rectangular standard sensors with one, two or three set switching distances to special sensors for Ex-zone applications and harsh environments. It is the intelligent, reliable route to implementing industry-specific and customized solutions to any task involving automation.
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Inductive sensor IQ40 – Sick

The new IQ40 inductive proximity sensors can be mounted in a matter of seconds, offers flexible adjustment options, and is easy to monitor.

The innovative pushlock system enables mounting without tools in one second flat and makes replacing sensors child’s play. Thanks to the rotating sensor head, the IQ40 sensors can be adapted to suit a whole range of applications. The four corner LEDs enable straightforward sensor status monitoring, whatever the mounting position. With state-of-the-art ASIC technology and Sick’s many years of experience behind it, the proximity sensor features an extensive ambient temperature range, excellent resistance to shocks and vibrations, plus electromagnetic compatibility. Even in extremely harsh environments with severe weather conditions, it operates reliably at all times.
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Level sensor - LFP cubic TDR– Sick

LFP Cubic – Flexible up to the probe tip!

The LFP Cubic from Sick is a level sensor that uses TDR technology (time domain reflectometry) and thus can be used in oil- and water-based liquids without calibration. 

The LFP’s guided radar uses time-offlight technology to measure electromagnetic pulses. The time difference between the sent pulse and the reflected pulse is used to calculate the level, both as a continuous value (analog output) and a freely position able switching point (switching output). Due to its flexible probe that can be changed or cut, it is possible to integrate the sensor quickly into any application. The LFP Cubic can work in deposit-forming and foaming liquids. The sensor’s intuitive setup uses four buttons and a display to ensure quick and easy adaptation to the application. 
In addition to the discrete and analog output signals, an IO-Link interface is available to transmit additional valuable process data to the control unit.
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Level sensor TDR for food & beverage industry - LFP Inox – Sick

The LFP from Sick is a hygienic level sensor for liquids using TDR technology – a process for determining the time of flight of electromagnetic waves.

The time difference between the sent pulse and the reflected pulse is used to generate a level signal, both as a continuous value (analog output) and a freely positionable switching point (switching output). The use of robust FDA-compliant materials like stainless steel in an EHEDG-certified design means that the LFP guarantees optimal, unrestricted cleaning, even for the highest hygiene requirements. Its modular connection system allows simple and flexible installation in any application. Thanks to high temperature and pressure resistance, unrestricted use is possible under CIP and SIP conditions. The communication capability via IO-Link to the superordinate control units rounds off the profile.
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Level sensors - Vibration LFV / LBV - Sick

Liquid and bulk solid measurement - continuous and up-to-date just like liquid levels.

For stocking, tank content, storage capacities or automated disposal, we offer modern technology for small and large measuring tasks. Laser, guided microwave (TDR), ultrasound, hydrostatic measurement up to the electromechanical option: measure liquid levels reliably with our measuring devices.
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