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EMX Products
EMX Products
EMX was established in 1987 with the primary goal of supplying the gate, overhead door and parking industries with innovative sensors and controls. Today EMX employees are dedicated to designing and manufacturing EMX's products. EMX products are used in great spectrum of applications and in many industries. They help companies in access control, security, fence, gate and door operator and parking markets. In industrial automation and process control EMX sensors are used in automotive, packaging, labeling, metal stamping, paper and wood processing, plastics, electronics and pharmaceutical manufacturing. Their contract manufacturing division specializes in radiation measurement and medical imaging industries.

EMX uses in-house manufacturing capabilities to assemble and test all of their products. EMX has a fully automated surface mount assembly line capable of placing over 20,000 parts per hour.

EMX's Products

Industrial Controls
  • Photoelectric Sensors
  • Inductive and Capacitive Sensors
  • Magnetic Sensors
  • Luminescence Scanner
  • Color Sensors
  • Laser and Brightness Sensors

Gate and Door Electronics

  • Photoeyes
  • Loop Detectors
  • Locks
  • Probe Sensors
  • Timers
  • Radio

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EMX Industries, Inc. invites you to visit their site on a regular basis and contact the company with your requirements knowing that EMX knows that out there is a world full of X-factors that need to be managed and turned into opportunities.




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Technical Articles

The Next Generation of Color Sensors (Inspection Tools and Instruments) Color sensors have long been used on assembly lines to detect specific components. The challenge has been to detect subtle differences among similar or highly reflective colors. For example, metallic... (View Full Article)
Don't Overlook UV Sensing (Proximity or Presence Sensing) Industrial assembly and inspection operations benefit from several light-based sensing technologies. Noncontact photoelectric sensors detect product presence/absence at distances from millimeters to... (View Full Article)


 

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