The sensor head - including the connector and cable section - are IP67G and NEMA Type 13 compliant. This means that stable measurement is achieved even in harsh environments containing splashing water or oil. In order to improve robustness - a common problem with contact sensors - careful attention was paid to the structure of the sensor body. The design incorporates a high-strength linear ball bearing and seamless body for additional durability. In addition, the reduced weight of the spindle means minimal wear from friction and significantly improved durability. These design improvements reduce maintenance and equipment downtime.
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The GT2 Series is available in a wide range of heads, including pencil, air, and low-speed pressure types. Choose a design most suitable for the application.
With an increased focus on traceability and IoT, the need to record values is becoming ever more pressing. KEYENCE sensors include a varied lineup of communication units capable of communicating with PCs and PLCs from various manufacturers. Simplified amplifier wiring makes it possible to greatly reduce wiring work.
The Problem:During assembly, if the diaphragm is not seated in the right place, the two halves will not seal properly creating a defective product. One half with a smaller diameter fits inside a larger one with the gasket acting as a cushion in between. During seating, a diaphragm can become “pinched” during the process sometimes creating tears and/or not allowing for the necessary tight seal required by the part.
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Image-Based Laser Sensor for Accurate Height Confirmation Even With Misaligned Targets
Introducing a new high-performance head for the IL Series Stable performance for the most demanding detection
Achieve unmatched stability by utilising an intuitive artificial intelligence algorithm. No vision programming knowledge required for stable results.
Difficult applications that formerly required multiple conventional photoelectric sensors or proximity sensors can now be tackled easily and at low cost with one IV Series vision sensor.