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Press kit: sps ipc drives 2018

Waldkirch, November 2018 – At the SPS IPC DRIVES held from November 27 to 29, 2018, SICK (hall 7A, booth 340) is due to announce a global innovation: the first safety laser scanner certified to IEC... Read on
Waldkirch, November 2018 – Instead of rigid enclosure profiles with fixed sender and receiver modules SICK offers a flexible “light chain” of cascading sensors that can be flexibly positioned,... Read on
Waldkirch, November 2018 – As the future unfolds, sensor data needs to be developed into reliable information available worldwide if automation is to be a success. That is why SICK is working tirelessly... Read on
Waldkirch, November 2018 – Every aspect of the new deTec4 safety light curtain, which SICK is due to present at the PLC IPC DRIVES trade fair, has been designed with simple commissioning and high... Read on
Waldkirch, November 2018 – Consistent switching behavior for all non-ferrous metals – at the same time a larger sensing range, maximum detection reliability and availability even in magnetic... Read on
Waldkirch, November 2018 – At the SPS IPC DRIVES trade fair held in Nuremberg from November 27 to 29, 2018, SICK (hall 7A, booth 340) is due to introduce nanoScan3, its new, ultra-compact safety... Read on
Waldkirch, September 2018 – The TWINOX4 safety light curtain was specially developed to protect aseptic filling and sealing machines used in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries. To provide... Read on
Waldkirch, October 2018 – At the SPS IPC DRIVES trade fair in Nuremberg from November 27-29, 2018 (hall 7A, booth 340), SICK will be showcasing its innovation and technology leadership in many fields... Read on
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