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In process automation, safety and reliability are of critical importance. To ensure this requires precise and robust sensors and measuring instruments that guarantee perfect measurement, control, monitoring, or fault analysis.
Thanks to four power outputs which can be triggered individually, the CX.I and LXT cameras allow for quick, easy and cost-efficient 3D surface inspections and identify even slightest non-compliance in structure and shape. Read our technical article on shape from shading and find out how it works.
With its O200 photoelectric miniature sensors, Baumer offers a new dimension in terms of reliability, speed and range for confined machine installation spaces. Thanks to their increased functional reserves, the O200 diffuse sensors with background suppression are the only ones with up to 120 mm sensing distance even on darkest and shiny objects such as mobile phone housings.
The Baumer optoelectronic sensors O200 are the first miniature sensors on the market to offer 3D CAD data with integrated beam path. This saves valuable time in the engineering process, which previously was quite an effort when integrating the beam path from data sheets.
Rough ambient conditions, regular cleaning cycles - these are daily occurrences which sensors are often exposed to in outdoor, hygienic and washdown applications. Proven IP 68 and IP 69K protection make sensors endure such demanding conditions - tested when new. But what if having been in use in tough field environments for several years?
Inductive sensors very often form the basis for the reliable control of machines and systems.
In applications where non-ferrous metals such as aluminum need to be detected at the same working distance as steel, Factor 1 inductive sensors are a perfect fit. Baumer offers a unique selection of such sensors in switching and measuring versions.
The possibility of bidirectional communication using the standardized IO-Link interface is the basis for new functions and services in the IIoT era. In addition to the primary function, such as a switching signal, additional secondary data provides valuable information about the production process. Access to the additional information allows the overall effectiveness of the system to be optimized and enables preventative maintenance.