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Balluff, Inc. - Florence, KYSensors, machine vision, industrial RFID, and distributed I/O. Balluff knows industrial automation.

With over 50 years of sensor experience, Balluff is a world leader and one of the most efficient manufacturers of sensor technology with the North American headquarters located in Florence, KY. We provide the integration services, application support, and training you need around the world to ensure your success.

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We are Global

Our manufacturing, sales, and service offices are located around the world. That means the excellent service we provide in England, Germany, or Brazil is the same as we offer in the United States, Japan, or India.

We are Local

We are internationally known for the latest sensor technology, but we are just as known for fast delivery, global pricing, attention to detail, and the ability to lower our customers' costs, no matter where our customers are located. That's because, although our programs are global, our customer relationships are local.

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