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Photoelectric Sensors - (426 companies)
Microplate Readers - (98 companies)
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PCMCIA Card Readers and Writers - (21 companies)
ID Card Readers and Encoders - (157 companies)...readers and ID card encoders. Examples include business card readers, smart card readers, proximity readers, and smart card encoders. A business card reader includes a pocket-sized universal serial bus (USB) scanner. Specialized software reads... Learn More
Magnetic Stripe Readers and Magnetic Stripe Encoders - (119 companies)...readers and magnetic stripe encoders include magnetic stripe encoders, magnetic strip readers, magnetic stripe reader writers, and point of sale (POS) systems. Magnetic stripe encoders transform or encode data into a format that can be read... Learn More
RFID Chips - (31 companies)
Smoke Detectors - (264 companies)
Access Control Systems - (1079 companies)Access Control Systems Information. Access control systems are used to identify people before granting access to secure facilities. These include card and pod readers as well as biometric equipment to identify fingerprints, thumb prints, palm prints... Learn More
Bar Code Decoders - (54 companies)...scanners; slot, badge, and magnetic stripe readers (MSRs); and barcode wands and barcode wand scanners. As wedge-style barcode decoders, these devices are designed to plug directly into a computer 's keyboard port, and are equipped with a connector... Learn More
Product News for Photoelectric Reader
Photoelectric Sensors AutomationDirect expands photoelectric sensor line. AutomationDirect's photoelectric sensor offering now includes DC models with extended sensing ranges. Offered in diffuse with background suppression and polarized retro-reflective models, the IP67 rated sensors feature round all metal housings with 30mm mounting bases fitted with an M12 quick-disconnect and easily replace standard 30mm mount rectangular photoelectric sensors. The FW series diffuse with background suppression sensors... (read more)Browse Photoelectric Sensors Datasheets for Automationdirect.com
Fargo Controls, Inc.
Proximity Sensors...Photoelectric Fargo Controls, Inc. - Photoelectric sensors use light sensitive elements to detect objects and are made up of an emitter (light source) and a receiver. Three types of photoelectric sensors are available: Direct Reflection (Diffused) - Emitter and receiver are housed together and use the light reflected directly off the object for detection. Reflection with Reflector (Retroreflective) - Emitter and receiver are housed together and require a reflector. An object is detected when it interrupts... (read more)Browse Photoelectric Sensors Datasheets for Fargo Controls, Inc.
Locon Sensor Systems, Inc.
SWITCHABLE LED PHOTOELECTRIC SENSORS SWITCHABLE LED PHOTOELECTRIC SENSORS Designed for light sensitive applications requiring a greater sensing distance. The customer controlled LED function can be activated for easy maintenance or deactiveated during light critical operation. Darkroom applications are an ideal example of usage. The sensors are available in threaded M18 or M30 diameters, each featuring an M12 quick disconnect plug. Sensing ranges vary from 1,000mm to 2,000mm. (read more)Browse Photoelectric Sensors Datasheets for Locon Sensor Systems, Inc.
Fargo Controls, Inc.
Proximity Sensors...Diffused Photoelectric Photoelectric Sensor - Small Size Diffused. Fargo Controls announces two new Diffused Photoelectric Proximity Sensors with exceptional pricing. These new models have a smaller size and an increased operating range to 50 cm, 19.69" over our standard models. These new versions are coming in a rectangular plastic housing, have a sensitivity adjustment, and both normally open (light on) and normally closed (dark on) outputs. Diffused Photoelectric sensors use the light reflected directly off... (read more)Browse Proximity Sensors Datasheets for Fargo Controls, Inc.
Locon Sensor Systems, Inc.
Custom Photoelectric & Proximity Sensors Custom photoelectric sensors, capacitive and inductive proximity sensors. LOCON your reliable choice for high quality custom sensors. Locon Sensor Systems has been in the business of modifying standard units and designing new sensors from the ground up for nearly twenty years. We can customize photoelectric sensors, capacitive and inductive proximity sensors. As simple as changing the cable style or length to designing a unit to fit inside your existing housing, we look forward... (read more)Browse Photoelectric Sensors Datasheets for Locon Sensor Systems, Inc.
Autonics USA, Inc.
Ultra-Slim Photoelectric Sensors The Autonics BTF series photoelectric sensor provides high performance within a slim design for better user convenience. The BTF series incorporates our most advanced sensing technology including background suppression (BGS) providing highly stable sensing characteristics. Setup is easy with our visible red LED detection spot allowing the detection of objects as small as 0.2 mm. Reliable sensing all within an IP67 rated housing make this sensor an easy choice for all your... (read more)Browse Photoelectric Sensors Datasheets for Autonics USA, Inc.
Fiberoptics Technology, Inc.
Light Guides for Photoelectric Control For some types of sensing applications, fiber optic components are used to transmit and receive a light signal, carrying the signal back to a photo sensor, which in turn, actuates an electric control. The overall process senses and reacts to a difference in light intensity to confirm the absence/presence/position of an object. Fiber optic components protect photoelectric sensors (from heat and harsh environments) and facilitates their use in space-restrictive areas. They may also be used... (read more)Browse Light Guides Datasheets for Fiberoptics Technology, Inc.
Allen-Bradley / Rockwell Automation
Photoelectric sensors - rugged, high performance Photoelectric Sensor: Electronic device recognizing changes in light intensity and converting these changes into a change in output state. 42EF RightSight. When your application requires the durability and performance of a full-featured photoelectric sensor but distances are short and space is tight, take a 90° turn to RightSight photoelectric sensors. RightSight features a smaller, more adaptable package to deliver excellent detection capabilities where size and shape matter... (read more)Browse Photoelectric Sensors Datasheets for Allen-Bradley / Rockwell Automation
Autonics USA, Inc.
Photoelectric Sensors (Amplifier Built-in Type) BEN Series. Built-in IC photo diode for ambient light and electrical noise. Small and universal voltage type. Easy installation with LED indicators on product. Able to set the operation mode by switch. (Light ON/Dark ON). Able to check the operation status by stable LED indicator and output LED indicator. IP50 (IEC standard) (read more)Browse Photoelectric Sensors Datasheets for Autonics USA, Inc.
CARLO GAVAZZI Automation Components
Compact PD30 Series Photoelectric Sensors CARLO GAVAZZI is proud to announce the expansion of the popular range of PD30 miniature photoelectric sensors. The PD30 Basic Series features improved accuracy and a simplified set-up via potentiometer. It also adds a background suppression version for diffuse sensing applications. The background suppression version uses a brand new sensing principle which improves the accuracy of the detection of different colors, which allow for a tighter gap between the sensing target... (read more)Browse Photoelectric Sensors Datasheets for CARLO GAVAZZI Automation Components
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|Part #||Distributor||Manufacturer||Product Category||Description|
|BISF30905||PLC Radwell||Balluff||Sensors & Switches, Photoelectric||READ HEAD WITH 5M CABLE|
The Sensor Control system uses a 36-in.- diameter white LED dome light from Metaphase Technologies (Bensalem, PA, USA) placed directly above the conveyor. As the wheels traverse the conveyor, a photoelectric switch captures images from a TGX-03 CCD GigE camera from Baumer (Radeberg, Germany...
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Rockwell has also come up with a new way to program its photoelectric sensors that does away with external pots or pushbuttons to further avoid food traps. All the innovations lead to increased uptime, important not because the sensors are expensive to replace, but because lost manufacturing time...
...are critical, says Jeff Allison, product marketing manager for photoelectric sensing at Pepperl+Fuchs. Often a machine will have more than one presence sensor operating, with each possibly emitting light that can bounce around and potentially interfere with another. Thus, robust cross-talk...
...consistency achieved by the use of robotic technology, the grippers are able to rapidly and precisely enter and exit the mould without docking. Vacuum switches verify part presence, while photoelectric cells monitor the performance of the grippers. Each robot is equipped with its own vacuum supply system...
" Surgically implanted under the retina, the ASR is designed to produce visual signals similar to those produced by the eye's natural photoreceptor layer. From their subretinal location, the ASR's photoelectric signals can induce artificial biological visual signals in the remaining functional retinal...
...to each protocol. These features allow. DeviceNet and EtherNet/IP to be implemented where they are best suited. DeviceNet. DeviceNet is a low-cost communications protocol that connects and networks industrial devices. such as limit switches, photoelectric sensors, valve manifolds, motor starters...
...and reduce fatigue. e. All of the above. 8. A Reader Head is defined as?. a. A scale mounted to the motion axes. b. Chromium lines on a glass substrate and manufactured in a Class 100 Clean Room. c. A photoelectric device that is used to convert the line pattern on the glass scale to a. digital...
...illustrates how the key components were integrated into the system. The process starts when the operator places the product in the fixture. Photoelectric sensors verify that the product is positioned properly and the operator's hand is out of the way, at which time a stepper motor spins the fixture...
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