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Industrial sensors 


Photoelectric sensors

Lack of space is no problem when it comes to integrating SICK's photoelectric sensors into machines and systems. SICK's vast range of photoelectric sensors offer precise optics and advanced technology in a miniature housing. Despite their small size, they are exceptional solutions for applications in packaging, material handling, food and beverage processing and many more industries.

Capacitive proximity sensors

Capacitive sensors are ideal for level and feed monitoring. From solid material, such as paper or wood... to granules or liquids, they reliably detect the status of the product during the production process and final inspection. Sensing ranges between 1 and 25 mm allow clearance in almost any installation and they are extremely adaptable for a wide range of applications. These sensors are also suitable for extremely adverse industrial environments.

Magnetic cylinder sensors

Magnetic cylinder sensors are used to detect the position of pistons in pneumatic cylinders. They are attached directly to the cylinder body. SICK's magnetic cylinder sensors offer precise measurement, short response times, and non-contact operation – no wear and tear or calibration required over time.

Inductive proximity sensors

There are millions of inductive sensors in use in almost every area of factory and logistics automation. They are an ideal non-contact solution for detecting metal objects. They also offer a long operating life and the optimum precision and reliability using the most modern ASIC technology.

Magnetic proximity sensors

SICK offers a comprehensive portfolio of magnetic proximity sensors in cylindrical (MM) and square (MQ) configurations. The MM sensors are available with standard sensing ranges and, in the Advanced series, with extended sensing ranges. Now it is possible to use smaller magnets, which can help solve additional applications. The Namur version of the MM sensors completes the series.

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