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.


Fiber-optic sensors and fibers WLL80 - SICK

The smart solution for challenging detection tasks.
With the WLL80 opto-electronic fiber optic amplifier, SICK is creating a new generation of amplifiers for the flexible integration of fiber optics in confined spaces.
The intelligent WLL80 from SICK features IO-Link and can make processes even more efficient with various Smart Tasks. Thanks to IP54, it is protected from dust and spray water during operation. Continuous threshold adaptation ensures good performance in the long term with minimal maintenance requirements. In addition to a fast response time and high detection range, it is characterized by flexible and user-friendly parameterization via the OLED display or IO-Link. Whether as a single or bus version, the WLL80 is suitable for a wide range of applications thanks to its extensive fiber optics portfolio.

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.

High-performance photoelectric sensors W34 - SICK

The W34 photoelectric sensor family from SICK features a durable plastic housing in ABS. All configuration components for the sensor are protected by a durable cover, allowing these sensors to be used in outdoor areas. The housing in die-cast zinc (W24-2) is recommended especially for tough and extreme ambient conditions.

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.

Optical light for roller conveyors - SICK

Flexible conveyor belt sensor for detecting irregular leading edges.
The Roller Sensor Bar conveyor sensor is designed to be mounted between rollers and is an elegant, simple solution for reliable detection of objects with irregular leading edges.
Sensing performance is optimized through the ability to configure length and beam spacing to the mm. By mounting the Roller Sensor Bar between the rollers, object catch points can be removed thereby decreasing conveyor downtime due to jams. The spring-loaded assembly of the Roller Sensor Bar, which can be mounted in the factory rather than in the field, decreases installation costs by more than half. Commissioning costs are reduced by eliminating the need to teach and align the sensor.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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).

Photoelectric sensor W4F – SICK

With the W4F, high performance and smart automation are now also available in a miniature size. The miniature sensor is the perfect complement to the product range of a new generation of opto-electronic sensors such as the W16 and W26 and, thanks to the new ASIC technology from SICK, consistently delivers extremely reliable detection results.

Photoelectric sensors G6 – SICK

Way above the standard – the economic way to business class.
The photoelectric sensors in the G6 product family with their miniature housings will impress you across the board with both their standard mounting configuration of 1-inch spaced holes and also their functional characteristics. The variants with a stainless steel 1.4404 (316L) housing are especially resistant to chemicals and cleaning agents in washdown applications. With PinPoint LED and laser technology, metal inserts for mounting, large and bright indicator LEDs, user-friendly adjustment screws, IP67 and IP69K enclosure ratings, as well as the very latest ASIC technology from SICK, the G6 series far exceeds the current standard.

Photoelectric sensors rectangular array AS30 – SICK

More flexibility and efficient communication!
The AS30 array sensor from SICK operates on the proximity scanning principle. It detects even the slightest differences in grayscale values within the field-of-view.

Positioning of, for example, a paper web based on the web edge or a contrast line is only one of many possible applications. Widths, diameters, and gaps can also be detected. In reflector mode, the photoelectric sensors AS30 from SICK can even detect transparent materials.

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.


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.

Photoelectric sensors W10 - SICK

Easy to install. Easy to operate. The one photoelectric proximity sensor for all applications.
The W10 photoelectric proximity from SICK sensor’s ease of use, sturdy design and performance make it ideal for precise object detection in demanding environments.
The touchscreen display is intuitive to use, allowing parameters to be set quickly. Situation-dependent teach-ins allow convenient sensor adaptation to individual applications. The fact that various MultiMode functions and configurations, such as foreground and background suppression, are combined in a single sensor allows success in a wide range of applications.

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.

Square photoelectric sensor EventCam - SICK

Why has there been a fault in the production process? Why has my scanner triggered? Want to find out the answers to these questions, without having to physically monitor the production process yourself? 
If so, look no further than the SICK EventCam, which uses real video footage and images to help you identify the cause. The EventCam supplies an image or video of a defined time period, occurring immediately before or after a trigger signal. Information on the cause of protective field violations or why material was rejected ensure greater process transparency and increase system throughput.

The camera integrates seamlessly into SICK’s industrial sensor technology, and data can be transmitted directly via FTP to a server and stored inside the camera itself.

Switching automation light grids FlexChain - SICK

The flexible and efficient detection system in one chain.
The FlexChain is a flexibly configurable light grid thanks to the sequential connection of several sensors. There is no need for long connection cables or complex wiring.
By pressing a button on the FlexChain Host, the sensors can be addressed and taught-in automatically, meaning the system is immediately ready for use. Different sensor technologies can be combined and freely arranged: Through-beam photoelectric sensors, photoelectric sensors. The raw sensor data is evaluated via the FlexChain Host with integrated logic modules or forwarded directly via IO-Link, CANopen, RS-485 or I/O signals. Detailed diagnostic information ensures optimum process stability and measurement certainty during operation.
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