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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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Laser class 1 photoelectric proximity sensors W280L-2 - Sick

Great performance, simple operation!
The powerful photoelectric proximity sensor W280L-2 Long Range from Sick is characterized by its maximum sensing distance of up to 4 m combined with extremely simple operation. The sensing distance can be further extended to 18 m with the WLT280L-2 Long Range reflector version.
 
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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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Level sensors CFP Cubic – Sick

The level sensors CFP Cubic from Sick is a capacitive level sensor for taking continuous level, limit, and simultaneous temperature measurements. Thanks to intelligent MCiM technology (multi-capacitive intra-probe measuring), the CFP Cubic measures media over the entire length of the probe – irrespective of the container material and without the need for additional accessories.

Medium calibration is not necessary. The probe’s plastic surface prevents deposits and ensures high resistance to aggressive media. The sensor’s intuitive setup uses a guided menu to ensure quick and easy adaptation to the measuring task. IO-Link allows the process data to be integrated into an automation network.
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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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Magnetic cylinder sensor - MZT7/RZT7 - Sick

Maximize what matters!
The perfect cylinder sensor for standard applications.

The MZT7/RZT7 magnetic cylinder sensor from Sick with GMR technology enables quick, precise and contactless sensing of the piston’s position in compact pneumatic cylinders. It is easy to mount, can be used in numerous applications and offers an outstanding price-performance ratio.
 
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Magnetic cylinder sensors MZ2Q - Sick

On pneumatic cylinders, grippers, or carriages, the MZ2Q magnetic cylinder sensors from Sick are able to detect two end positions or intermediate positions with just one sensor. This is achieved by using two individually adjustable switching points in one sensor housing.
 
This is much easier, quicker, and more cost-effective than conventional solutions, since only one slot is used. As a result, mounting and cabling overheads are halved and applications can be solved efficiently.
 
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Magnetic proximity sensors MM - Sick

Magnetic proximity sensors in common M8, M12, and M18 cylindrical housing
MM magnetic proximity sensors, from Sick, provide long sensing ranges that can reliably detect magnetic objects.

Magnetic proximity sensors are resistant to dust, heat, vibrations and other harsh environments. The MM magnetic sensors are enclosed in a cylindrical housing and are available in sizes MM08, MM12 and MM18.
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Magnetic proximity sensors MQ - Sick

Magnetic proximity sensors in a rectangular housing.
The MQ magnetic proximity sensors from Sick reliably detect permanent magnets through non-magnetic materials such as stainless steel, aluminum, plastic or wood.

The MQ sensors feature a square, compact plastic housing that makes them easy to install. These sensors are resistant to dust, heat and vibration, making them ideal for use in harsh environments.
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Magnetic sensor for C-slot cylinders MZCG - Sick

The Sick´s MZCG magnetic cylinder sensor detects the piston position in pneumatic grippers and pneumatic miniature cylinders. Thanks to its very small design, the MZCG is particularly well-suited for the C-slots of very small pneumatic actuators such as are used in handling and assembly, robotics or the electronics industry.
 
The sensor is simply inserted in the C-slot and can be quickly and safely fastened on the cylinder. The MZCG fits in a wide range of C-slots of various manufacturers due to its universal housing design. This reduces storage costs, enables flexible machine design and easier service.
 
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Measuring automation light grids - Sick

Measuring automation light grids are ideal for more complex applications. They come in several different beam separation options, a range of detection heights and output configurations. These light grids can be used for material handling on conveyors, automated storage and retrieval system applications, order fulfilment, and more. For example, in pallet verification applications, maximum height and pallet overhang can be measured. This data can be forwarded to the PLC via bus systems.
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Measuring light grid MLG-2 Pro - Sick

Maximum performance in terms of response time, resolution, and object detection.
Sick's optical measurement barriers come with a choice of beam separation, detection heights, and different output configurations.
 
These optical barriers can be used in material handling on conveyors, automatic storage and retrieval applications, order fulfillment and more. For example, in pallet verification applications, the maximum height and protrusions can be measured. This data can be routed to the PLC via communication buses.
 
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Mini contrast sensor KTM - Sick

Top performance for universal, space-saving use in the packaging industry even under harsh conditions: The new KTM prime contrast sensor from Sick features a high grayscale resolution and is integrated into a small, tried-and-tested housing that is also available in stainless steel.
 
The optimized OES4 ASIC technology and a response time of 35 µs ensure reliable and accurate detection of contrast marks, even on glossy materials. The various teach-in methods (dynamic, static, and switching threshold near the marks) ensure greater flexibility during commissioning. The integrated IO-Link interface can be used to access the parameter settings. This speeds up and simplifies format changes. The KTM reliably detects marks even in conditions with weak contrast ratios and is therefore ideal for use in a wide range of applications, in the stainless-steel version, it can even be used in harsh environments during intensive cleaning.
 
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Miniature photoelectric sensors G6 Global Sensor – Sick

Beyond the standard
Global sensor, from Sick, the economic way to business class.

G6 Global Sensor – the photoelectric series in miniature housing with great performance and price ratio. With PinPoint LED, metal inserts, bright and big indicator LEDs, large potentiometer for adjustment as well as IP67 and the latetst Sick ASIC technology, the global sensors put itself far beyond the standard.
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MZC1 magnetic cylinder sensor- Sick

The MZC1 magnetic cylinder sensor from Sick is the flexible solution for detecting the piston position in pneumatic actuators. The MZC1 can be mounted directly into all cylinders with standard C-slots.
 
Sick also has an extensive range of adapters which enable the MZC1 to be used with other cylinder types. The MZC1 is characterized by its simple mounting principle: Insert the sensor into the slot and rotate the fixing screw a quarter turn to fix it securely to the cylinder. Furthermore, the MZC1 is available in a range of variants up to an enclosure rating of IP69K. This ensures the sensor has a long service life and reduces maintenance costs.
 
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MZT8 magnetic cylinder sensor- Sick

The MZT8 magnetic cylinder sensor from Sick is the flexible solution for detecting the piston position in pneumatic actuators. The sensor can be inserted into cylinders very easily and, with the screw-and-washer assembly, tightened with just a quarter turn of a screwdriver or Allen key.
 
It is not only the perfect fit in the slot that makes the MZT8 ideal for use in pneumatic cylinders with T-slots. Patented GMR technology and the Sick ASIC ensure that the sensor only needs one attempt to deliver precise switching. Multiple switching operations are suppressed, which results in increased machine performance. The MZT8 is available in a range of variants up to an enclosure rating of IP69K and with a temperature resistance of up to 100 °C. This ensures the sensor has a long service life and reduces maintenance costs.
 
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PAD Differential pressure sensor - Kobold

Differences in control.
High flexibility and reliability are the important characteristics of the PAD differential pressure sensor from Kobold. This reliable measuring instrument is just as suited to recording absolute and differential pressure as it is to measuring filling levels and flow rates.
A multitude of measuring ranges from -1 to over 400 bar and the overpressure models up to 750 bar provide solutions for a wide range of applications.
 
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PAS Pressure sensors - Kobold

Where pressure prevails.
The Kobold pressure sensor model PAS is a microprocessor-based high performance transmitter which has a flexible pressure calibration and a flexible output signal. It has an automatic compensation of ambient temperature and process variables. A communication with the instrument and a configuration of various parameters is possible via the HART® protocol. All data of sensor is to be input, modified and stored in an EEPROM.

The PAS pressure transmitters enable a precise monitoring of absolute and gauge pressures. The devices available with different measuring ranges between –1...1,5 bar and 0...600 bar, can be used for a multitude of applications.
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PDL Adjustable pressure sensors - Kobold

Kobold pressure sensors of model PDL are economical electronic pressure switches. The switch output can be adjusted on-site with an adjusting screw.

With help of an elastic spring measuring element and by usage of Hall effect, up to 2 switching outputs can be generated for a given pressure.
 
The switching outputs can be delivered optionally with N/O or N/C function. The small robust construction and different pressure connections make it an ideal unit for serial usage.
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Photoelectric sensor DeltaPac - Sick

For higher efficiency and quality in the packaging industry, the DeltaPac MultiTask photoelectric sensor utilizes Delta-S-Technology®, which combines four PinPoint emitters and two receivers with SIRIC® and distance measurement technology.

The photoelectric sensor detects object contours with radii between 1 and 20 mm – independent of the direction and irrespective of the object’s surface color –with the highest level of immunity to active and passive interference. The operating distance is between 30 and 40 mm to the front edge of the object. This means that packages do not need to be manually separated. Collisions are avoided. For better space and time utilization. The DeltaPac provides information about how many packages are present in the process for full production monitoring. The photoelectric sensor is available as a pre-configured device for fast and error-free commissioning. IO-Link, which is also available, enables tailored configuration and adaptation to match the desired application.
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Photoelectric sensor G10 – Sick

Sensors are often used together. This is especially true for applications in the logistics and machine building industries. Consequently, time-saving mounting solutions are becoming more and more important.

The G10 photoelectric sensor from Sick and the Q-Lock mounting system combine quick installation with a rugged design, maintenance-free operation and reliable object detection.
One thing is safe to say, thanks to the Q-Lock system designed by Sick, the G10 family of optical sensors are mounted at the ‘speed of light’, as fast on a bar clamp system as on a sheet clamp, working on a matter of seconds. The ‘hawk eye’ of the G10 makes no concessions and detects exactly what it’s meant to see, without interference from dirt and optical reflexions.
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Photoelectric sensor W16 - Sick

The photoelectric sensor W16 from Sick is equipped with new technologies such as twinEye, lineSpot, clearSens and optoFilter for reliable object detection. It can be quickly and conveniently adjusted via the bluePilot operating and display concept.
 
Since every W16 is designed as a smart sensor, it can be configured to fit the application via IO-Link and offers additional diagnostic functions and Smart Tasks. It is therefore a trailblazer on the path to Industry 4.0. The highly-visible PinPoint LED and the infrared LED are available as the light source. The durable laser inscription ensures device identification in the long run. Thanks to the very rugged VISTAL® housing and the predictive maintenance, the W16 offers very high reliability and prevents unplanned machine downtimes.
 
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