Latest New Product News from SICK, Inc.
Image-Based Code Reader suits quality control applications.SICK, Inc. Minneapolis, MN 55438
Feb 08, 2013 Available for 1D and 2D codes, Lector620 is suited for quality control, labeling applications, and track/traceability uses. Unit offers intelligent setup and intuitive operation, including teach-in with auto-focus, allowing users to mount scanner at any distance from code and automatically optimize setting for best read. Housed in metal enclosure with IP65 or IP67 rating for harsh conditions, Lector620 offers multiple on-board interfaces such as Ethernet TCP/IP, CAN, USB, and RS232.
Vision Sensor combines inspection and positioning.SICK, Inc. Minneapolis, MN 55438
Feb 07, 2013 Available in white or IR ring light option, Inspector PI50 contains expanded toolbox for object location and positioning based on taught-in pattern, free-form, and line/polygon object shapes. Unit also provides tools for quality inspection such as blob, pattern, edge, and pixel counting inspection. With Inspector PI50, users can build their own operator's interface with sensor's web API, and operate sensor from any computer or operator panel with standard web browser.
Hand-Held Scanners target warehouses and distribution centers.SICK, Inc. Minneapolis, MN 55438
Feb 07, 2013 Designed to read 1D bar codes, Model IDM160 features corded design with 3 Good-Read indicators, including beeper, green LED, and vibration. Unit reads codes down to 3 mil resolution and up to 800 mm distance (for 20 mil codes). Using Bluetooth communication, cordless Model IDM160-BT can operate up to 30 m from wall-mount cradle. Unit also offers batch scanning capabilities whereby it can store up to 20,000 EAN codes when outside of Bluetooth range. Both are IP65 rated for heavy-duty environments.
Vision System uses 2D imaging and 3D cross triangulation.SICK, Inc. Minneapolis, MN 55438
Feb 06, 2013 Designed for robotized de-racking of stamped body parts, stand-alone PLR includes localization software and tools that facilitate integration with robot. Combination of 2D imaging with 3D cross triangulation ensures reliable operation in varying environments, while integrated Web server UI and integration tools support smooth integration into production. Vision system facilitates introduction of new parts into existing work cells and decreases part changeover times.
UHF RFID Interrogator offers flexible connnectivity options.SICK, Inc. Minneapolis, MN 55438
Feb 06, 2013 Fully integrated proximity interrogator, RFU630, is intended for use with passive transponders in applications with scanning distances of up to 5 m. ID Pro-compatible product provides common connectivity and programming platform for all 3 SICK automatic identification technologies: RFID, 1D bar code, and 2D image-based code-readers. UHF read/write head includes controller, antenna, and communications protocols in IP67 housing.
Barcode Reader suits track and traceability applications.SICK, Inc. Minneapolis, MN 55438
Jul 06, 2011 Designed to read 1D and 2D codes, Lector620 includes teach-in with auto-focus, allowing user to mount scanner at any distance from code and automatically optimize settings for best possible read. Image-based unit offers integrated illumination and visual indication that code has been read. Housed in metal enclosure with IP65 or IP67 rating for harsh conditions, Lector620 offers multiple on-board interfaces, including Ethernet TCP/IP, CAN, USB, and RS232.
Photoelectric Sensor comes in tough plastic housing.SICK, Inc. Minneapolis, MN 55438
Jan 28, 2011 Supplied in VISTAL(TM) housing, W9-3 has over-molded connector and custom ASIC that incorporates OES3 technology, which optimizes background suppression at extended range. Teach-in or potentiometer adjustment is available, and complementary (light and dark operate) outputs are standard. Exhibiting immunity to ambient light, sensor is capable of ignoring stray background reflections and detecting multicolored/shiny objects. Several mounting options are available.
Photoelectric Sensor detects irregular shaped objects.SICK, Inc. Minneapolis, MN 55438
Aug 27, 2010 Suited for leading and continuous edge detection of multi-height objects, pallets, and containers with holes/gaps, model WL27-3 Reflex Array photoelectric sensor features 50 mm detection height and detects any object that is 12 mm or larger. High resolution version offers Minimum Detectable Object (MDO) resolution down to 5 mm with 24 mm detection height. Unit is also suited for use in products with tapered edges (totes), bagged product, warped boards, and packaged products.
Miniature Barcode Scanners target OEM/machine builder market.SICK, Inc. Minneapolis, MN 55438
Jul 27, 2010 Easily configured via online tool, CLV500 Series ultra-compact barcode scanners feature large depth-of-field that allows for flexibility in code size and target placement. Models CLV503 and CLV505 are suited for packaging systems, circuit board processing, and robotic inspection. With scanning frequency of 1,000 Hz, CLV505 is suited for conveyor speeds of up to 5 m/sec, depending on application, and fits in extremely small spaces.
Photoelectric Sensors can detect multi-colored/shiny objects.SICK, Inc. Minneapolis, MN 55438
Jun 28, 2010 Featuring plastic housing, suited for standard automation applications, MHTB15 sensor has housing length of 36.8 mm for M12 connector version and 35.8 mm for cable version. Model MHTB15V with stainless steel housing is designed for heavy wash down applications, and features 52.9 mm long housing with M12 connector. Sensors use custom ASIC that incorporates OES3 technology to provide background suppression at extended range of 300 mm, and high immunity to ambient light.
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Sep 14, 2010
SICK Announces Free Automation Solutions Forum in Atlanta
Jun 10, 2010
SICK Announces Solutions Forum in Cincinnati
May 25, 2010
SICK Adds a New Distributor in Mexico - PIASISA
May 03, 2010
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Nov 11, 2009
SICK Launches New Web Site with Enhanced Navigational Features and Functionality
Sep 16, 2009
SICK, Inc. Announces that Gibson Engineering has Added SICK Safety Solutions to Its Line
Jul 28, 2009
SICK, Inc. Announces New Sales Partner for Traffic and Transportation Industries
Jul 14, 2009
SICK, Inc. Announces Sales Channel Partnership for Wood Industry
Jun 17, 2009
SICK Safety Experts Publish Guide for Safe Machinery
May 14, 2009
SICK Joins North American PROFIBUS/PROFINET Trade Organization (PTO)
May 14, 2009
SICK Showcases Automation Solutions for Mail Handling at the National Postal Forum
May 13, 2009
SICK Offers Free Automation Solutions Training at Two Events
May 12, 2009
SICK, Inc. Receives Multi-Million Dollar Contract from Lockheed Martin for USPS Project
May 07, 2009
New Cost-effective and Accurate Solutions for Piston Detection
Apr 10, 2009
Low-Cost Photoelectric Sensors Offer Flexible Mounting Options
Feb 11, 2009
SICK's New DT50 Raises the Bar for Distance Measurement
Jan 21, 2009
SICK AG Expands Sales Presence in Canada to Meet the Needs of Process Automation Customers
Aug 08, 2008
SICK Opens New Office in Baltimore to Enhance Position in Postal Market
Oct 22, 2007
Twenty-Six Teams Gear up for Autonomous Vehicle Race through Traffic with Sensors from SICK
Jun 20, 2007
SICK Expands Machine Vision Offering with Six New Smart Cameras
Jun 19, 2007
SICK and OCS Checkweighers Announce North American Partnership
Oct 26, 2006
New Distance Measurement Sensors Improve Production Processes
Jan 24, 2006
Leading Manufacturer of Factory Automation Solutions Celebrates 30 Years of Innovation
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