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Photoelectric sensor G2 Flat - SICK

The G2 Flat is a miniature photoelectric sensor for use in particularly compact plants and robotics systems. With powerful background suppression (BGS), the sensor can be relied upon to detect objects at distances starting from just 8 mm – virtually regardless of object size and surface.
This makes it an excellent solution for all kinds of tasks wherever space is at a premium and opens up entirely new possibilities for miniaturization in industrial environments. Sensor integration and handling could not be easier. As one of the smallest photoelectric sensor product families from SICK, the G2 Flat is the smart application solution in a miniature format for industrial automation.
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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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Photoelectric sensor W24-2 – Sick

Long-range sensor with a metal housing for harsh environments.
The photoelectric sensor W24 from Sick features a rugged metal housing that has passed IP 69K testing, which ensures reliability in harsh industrial conditions. These sensors are highly resistant to ambient light and offer a very long sensing range with a high operating reserve.
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Photoelectric sensor W250 – Sick

The W250 family of photoelectric sensors from Sick is characterized by a special combination where both DC and AC/DC types are integrated in one highly compact housing.

With a cable variant and a rotatable male connector variant, the W250 is highly flexible when it comes to system integration. Users are aided by an easy-to-read positioning indicator when adjusting sensitivity and sensing distance. Light/dark switching via a control cable cuts the number of device variants by half and reduces storage.
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Photoelectric sensor W26 – Sick

The photoelectric sensor W26 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 W26 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 W26 offers very high reliability and prevents unplanned machine downtimes.
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Photoelectric sensor W45 - Sick

Detect products at a distance beyond what the eye can see!
The W45 sensor family from Sick offers the highest level of operational security at 100 m among standard photoelectric sensors.

These sensors are enclosed in a rugged metal housing for harsh industrial environments and long service life. When combined with optional front lens heating, the W45 becomes an ideal choice for long-range outdoor applications.
All versions are equipped with adjustable time delays for individual application flexibility, which reduces the number of stocked part numbers. Variants with DC voltage and universal AC/DC voltage are available.
Special variants have been developed to detect high temperature targets such as glowing steel (> 800 °C).
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Photoelectric sensors rectangular for explosive atmospheres – Sick

Safe and reliable switching in Ex-areas.
The photoelectric sensors rectangular Sick Series have been developed for applications in explosive areas, in order to provide intrinsic safety.

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Photoelectric sensors rectangular W27 – Sick

Precise, durable and powerful solution for a wide range of applications.
The W27 of Sick family is designed for harsh industrial environments where it copes easily with heavy vibrations, shocks and extreme temperature fluctuations.
The photoelectric proximity sensor is a leader in its class, especially through its reliable detection at long ranges. A sensor with PinPoint LED or a laser photoelectric proximity sensor is available for detection of small targets. The retro-reflective and through-beam versions reduce downtime due to high operating reserves. A diverse range of features further enhance application-specific functionality including, Teach or potentiometer adjustment, time delays, front lens heating, IO-Link, ASi, and universal voltage DC or AC/DC.
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Photoelectric sensors rectangular – W12-3 - Sick

Rugged metal housing provides exceptional performance in demanding applications.
The W12-3 family features a complete range of photoelectric sensors that are enclosed in a metal housing.
There are a large number of variations that are available, including proximity, retro-reflective, through-beam, special laser and clear material versions. These rectangular photoelectric sensors W12-3 from Sick offer many advantages over conventional optical sensors due to their reliable object detection and monitoring capabilities. Whether in packaging, pharmaceutical, or the food and beverage industries – the W12 family provides a solution for any application.
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PowerProx MultiTask photoelectric sensors - Sick

The powerful PowerProx MultiTask photoelectric sensors offer all of the advantages of time-of-flight technology in the world's smallest sensor housing to date, giving maximum flexibility when designing machines.
Objects being conveyed at high speed, small and flat objects, and jet-black or shiny objects can now be reliably detected at sensing ranges between 5 cm and 4 m. PowerProx also provides stable detection results over a large detection angle. The “Distance”, “Speed”, “Precision”, “Small”, “Micro”, and “WTT280L” versions are designed to be used in different applications. This means that PowerProx always offers perfect solution – for empty bay detection via rapid counting right through to use in handling and assembly.
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Pressure sensor PBT – Sick

A genuinely talented all-rounder!
The PBT is a universal electronic pressure transmitter used in general industrial applications for pressure measurement of liquid and gaseous fluids.

Suitable for standard measuring applications in machine and plant engineering, pressure control systems, hydraulics, pneumatics, etc., it supports a wide variety of configurations, and can thus provide the perfect match for individual customer requirements. Its precise and rugged measurement technology, compact dimensions, and quick and simple installation set the pressure sensor PBT, from Sick, apart as a genuinely talented all-rounder.
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Pressure sensor PFT – Sick

The flexible solution.
The PFT electronic pressure transmitter is used for the precision measurement of pressures in liquids and gases. Distinguished by its high-quality measurement technology, the device is well suited to solve demanding measurement tasks in industrial applications.

Designs with extended temperature range, enhanced measurement accuracy, or flush-mounted membrane open up a wide range of applications. Its vast configurability ensures the pressure sensor PFT from Sick can perfectly suit the most diverse customer requirements.
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Pressure switch PBS Hygienic – Sick

The electronic pressure switch PBS Hygienic has been designed for use in the food and beverage industry.
The wetted parts are gap-free and have no dead spaces. Their high-quality stainless steel surfaces are smooth and easy to clean. The highly resistant stainless steel membrane is welded to the hygienic process connection without gaps or edges. The device is designed for CIP and SIP processes. This enables safe hygienic operation in conjunction with optimized system availability.
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Proximity inductive sensor IDF - Sick

Detecting double layers in film stack processes, e.g. in battery production, is a huge challenge. The new IDF double film sensors reliably detect whether a suction gripper has picked up one or several films and ensure that the unwanted double film is immediately sorted out.
Due to its small size, the sensor can be integrated directly into the gripper. In addition, in contrast to other solutions, the IDF does not need a receiver unit. It thus detects the films as soon as they are picked by the gripper, so only from one film side. This speeds up the process times.
Teaching-in different films is done in mere seconds, and can be performed either by teach-in via a cable or via IO-Link.
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Proximity inductive sensor IMA - Sick

Analog sensors with triple sensing range for use in industrial environments
The IMA inductive analog sensors give out a current or voltage signal which is in proportional relation to the distance from the sensor to the metal target.

They are therefore optimally suited for monitoring travel paths, positions or even differentiating between spaces and material variants. The proximity inductive sensors IMA, from Sick, are characterized by extremely large detection ranges up to 40 mm, high accuracy, precision and no blind areas.
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Proximity inductive sensor IMC - Sick

The inductive, intelligent, and, thanks to IO-Link 1.1, communication-enabled IMC proximity sensors offer a whole host of new options to make handling applications easier and more reliable in every industry.
Up to four individual switching points or windows including the hysteresis can be set. Equipped with two freely programmable switching end stages, an IMC can therefore replace several conventional devices. Adjustable switch-on and switch-off delays help to reliably suppress unwanted switching pulses in harsh environments. The additional on-board functions, such as logic modules, temperature measurement, counters, or time measurement enable complex tasks to be completed with ease directly in the sensor.
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Proximity inductive sensor IME - Sick

The economic standard for use in industrial environments.
Sick’s inductive sensors offer precise detection, less downtime and a long service life. The proximity inductive IME sensors, from Sick, pack high technology into the smallest of spaces. The integrated ASIC chip enables digital adjustment after the end of the manufacturing process.

The saving of values in the ASIC ensures highly precise switching points and very high repeatability of values – for any number of production runs. IM sensors are completely encapsulated with hotmelt molding, which greatly increases shock and vibration resistance. The customer benefits from high positioning accuracy in the machine and long-term reliability.
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Proximity inductive sensor IMF - Sick

The economic standard for use in the food industry.
The IMF inductive proximity sensor is the new standard for reliability in the food industry. With its extended sensing ranges, made highly precise thanks to the use of Sick ASIC technology, the IMF ensures reliable, stable processes.

What's more, its wide-ranging specification limits allow the proximity inductive sensor IMF, from Sick, to be used in all areas of food production: a huge benefit when it comes to product selection and warehousing. The optical adjustment indicator saves time during commissioning and helps cut down on errors. Communication via IO-Link is also possible, creating more flexibility and adding more functions for automation applications. With an extensive standard product portfolio available, even special devices can be put into action quickly and easily.
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Proximity inductive sensor IMP - Sick

The inductive, high-pressure-resistant IMP sensors are perfectly suited for the query of end positions in hydraulic cylinders. The use of state-of-the-art ASIC and manufacturing technologies from Sick sets new standards in installation size, service life and load capability for the sensors.
Due to the stable stainless-steel housing and an active high-performance ceramic surface, they are pressure-resistant up to 500 bars. Above-average system throughput is a matter of course for the range of models M5, M8, M12 and M14 thanks to 1 million tested pressure cycles.
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Proximity inductive sensor IMR - Sick

The IMR inductive proximity sensors are not the least bothered by magnetic interference fields or weld spatter, such as arise in resistance welding applications. IMR sensors are made without a ferrite core, which makes them magnetic field resistant, and also have a very high electromagnetic compatibility.

Thanks to the rugged non-stick coating made from PTFE, these sensors provide very good protection against flying sparks and slag deposits, thereby guaranteeing a high operational safety. Since IMR sensors operate on the reduction factor 1 principle, they can detect all metals within the same sensing range. The very high sensing ranges of up to 75 mm help reduce mechanical damage to the sensors and therefore sensor failures, and increase plant availability.
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Proximity inductive sensor SAM - Sick

The SAM proximity inductive sensor is the simple and intelligent way of speed monitoring with an additional IO-Link interface. SAM can be used as a classic speed monitor or innovative acceleration monitor with a revolutionary speed-independent monitoring function.

The proximity inductive sensor SAM, from Sick, checks if an adjustable speed or acceleration threshold is crossed and provides a switching signal. SAM is setting new standards and revolutionizing commissioning tasks and fields of application thanks to its fast response time, monitored range of up to 12,000 pulses per minute and intelligent start-up delay.
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Reliable capacitive proximity sensors enclosed in a rectangular housing CQ - Sick

Capacitive proximity sensors can detect all types of material: powder-based, granulated, liquid, and solid – even through plastic walls.
Sick’s capacitive proximity sensors also feature high electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), which prevents incorrect switching.
CQ sensors, from Sick, feature rectangular housings that are suitable for all manner of installation conditions.
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Sensor for magnetic line guidance MLS – Sick

The MLS is a magnetic line guidance sensor for navigating automated guided vehicles and carts. Navigation is done by aligning the sensor to the center of the magnetic line. Sensor positions are transmitted to the vehicle control via a CANopen interface.

The sensor reliably differentiates between up to three lines. The vehicle can therefore maneuver through branches and line junctions with no problem. When selecting the magnetic band and the installation height, the MLS allows for a lot of freedom and is available in various variants with different detection ranges. This enables high flexibility when it comes to design and retrofitting. Magnetic marks for additional vehicle commands can be attached to the side next to the line.
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Sensor integration Gateway SIG100 - SICK

The SIG100 Sensor Integration Gateway is an IO-Link sensor hub which makes collecting and monitoring digital standard signals easier than ever.
Logical decisions are made based on the user configuration, and the results are transmitted via IO-Link to any IO-Link master. Devices are parameterized quickly and easily via an integrated USB interface and the SOPAS ET graphical user interface. For various applications, a drag & drop logic editor enables the quick and easy creation of an autonomous sensor system which can be operated separately from the central controller (PLC).
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