Opto-electrical sensors

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Opto-electronic sensors SOEG-RS/RTThe diffuse sensors SOEG-RT, also referred to as energetic light sensors, have the transmitter and receiver in the same housing. The emitted light beam is reflected directly onto the receiver by the object. The intensity of the reflected light is then evaluated.The retro-reflective sensors SOEG-RS also have the transmitter and receiver in a single housing. The emitted light is reflected back to the receiver by a reflector SOEZ. Objects located between the sensor and the reflector interrupt the light beam and are thus detected.
Opto-electronic sensors SOEG-E/SThrough-beam sensors SOEG-S/E. The transmitter (S) and receiver (E) are located in different housings that must be installed opposite one another. Any object that interrupts the light beam between the transmitter and receiver is detected. This is one of the most reliable principles in harsh ambient conditions.
Opto-electronic sensors SOEG-LThe SOEG-L is a fibre-optic amplifier. This sensor can detect different objects as a diffuse sensor or through-beam sensor, depending on the type of fibre optic cable. It is used, for example, in tight installation conditions.
Colour sensors SOECThe functional principle of the colour sensor SOEC-RT is based on using only one light source (LED, white). Colours can be detected in the range of 12 – 32 mm. The colour to be detected is simply set during the teach-in procedure. The colour sensor can detect up to three different colours (three channels).
Fibre-optic units SOE4The SOEG-L is a fibre-optic amplifier for H-rails. This sensors can detect different objects as a diffuse sensor or through-beam sensor, depending on the type of fibre optic cable.
Fork light barriers SOOFFork light barriers detect objects according to the functional principle of through-beam sensors. The transmitter and receiver and the entire electronics are accommodated in a single housing. This makes installation and adjustment much quicker and easier. There are fork gaps of 30 to 120 mm.
Fibre optic cables SOEZ, SOOCThese are fibre-optic cables with different features, e.g. longer range, high temperature, precision, high flexibility, coaxial cable etc.
ReflectorsReflectors are used in retro-reflective sensors in different sizes and designs.