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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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Magnetic-coded identification MIS - SICK

The MIS is a magnetic-coded identification sensor that is used to identify magnetic-coded tags. The MIS is used in conjunction with magnetic-coded tags and optionally a mounting bracket from SICK. The tag number can either be output via an analog voltage, a current output or via IO-Link. The analog output is configured by default with a 16-step division so that 15 magnetic-coded tags can be differentiated.
 
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