Southington, CT 06489
Inductive Sensors measure distances up to 2 mm.
Measuring 4.7 x 8 x 16 mm, IWFM 08 Series of Inductive Sensors offer resolutions of less than 0.001 mm at sensing distances up to 2 mm. They feature 0-10 V output, allowing them to be directly connected to analog outputs of control system. Units mount in restricted spaces, are IP67-rated, and have die-cast zinc/nickel-plated housings that prevent damage during installation and operation. Various...Read More »
Near Infrared Camera helps optimize solar cell production.
With enhanced sensitivity in the near infrared, TXG14NIR is qualified for automatic inspection of wafers for solar cells. Measuring electroluminescence (EL) using NIR imaging cameras permits the detection of fractures as well as failures in crystal structure. High sensitivity camera provides images with 1,392 x 1,040 pixel resolution, enabling detection of structural defects within wafers.Read More »
Near-Infrared Camera optimizes solar cell production.
Intended for solar cell wafer fabrication processes, 1.4 megapixel Model TXG14NIR is equipped with 2/3 in. interline progressive scan CCD and provides native resolution of 1,392 x 1,040 pixels with 20 frames/sec. Digital monochrome matrix camera measures electroluminescence for detection of fractures as well as failures in crystal structure. These images give information on integrity and...Read More »
Magnetic Hall Sensors detect rotational speed of gear wheels.
Providing non-contact operation that minimizes abrasive wear, MTRM 16 Hall Sensors detect both rotational direction and rpm speed of gear wheels in gearboxes and engines at up to 20,000 pulses. Units feature operating voltage of 8-28 Vdc, maximum switching frequency of 20 kHz, and operating temperature of -40 to +120-Read More »
Incremental Encoders enable flexible speed, position monitoring.
To accommodate diverse application requirements, available products include PC-programmable ITD2P optical encoder, PC-programmable BHF/BHG optical encoders and magnetic EcoMag encoders, EcoMag BRIH/BRID/BRIV magnetic encoders, and DIP switch-programmable BHK/BVK optical encoders. Available in various shaft designs, series allow both impulse count and rotational direction to be programmed. Users...Read More »
Baumer Device Assumes Track and Trace Function for Machine Vision Systems
Trigger Controls Camera, Reducing Responsibilities of PC Southington, Conn. - For machine vision systems that integrate GigE cameras, network components, sensors and encoders, Baumer's revolutionary GigE Trigger Device can now be used to control most functions of GigE cameras including triggering, power and acquisition of images. Using the GigE Trigger device for track and trace functions frees...Read More »
Dual GigE Cameras offer image resolution of 1 to 8 megapixels.
Suited for machine vision applications requiring high speed and high resolutions, SXG Dual GigE Cameras can transfer data at 240 Mbps at distances up to 100 m, and have frame rates ranging from 16-120 fps. Interface features 2 Ethernet cables that enhance security and ensure data is maintained even if one Ethernet cable is disconnected. Units are equipped with Kodak sensors, featuring Quad Tap...Read More »
Dual GigE Cameras transfer data at 240 MBps up to 100 m.
Suited for machine vision applications, SXG Dual GigE Cameras are equipped with Kodak sensors featuring Quad Tap readouts. Units provide image resolution from 1-8 megapixels and frame rates from 16-120 fps. Two Ethernet cables optimize security and ensure that data is maintained even if one Ethernet cable is disconnected. Available with Power over Ethernet technology, cameras eliminate need for...Read More »
Copy Counter detects clipped/clamped documents on conveyor.
Insensitive to changing color or reflectivity of printed materials, SCATEC Clamp Sensor counts newspapers transported via conveyor clamps or grippers. Laser optics and internal algorithm are used to count number of documents in clamp as well as detect presence and number of copies in one gripper. Documents as thick as 0.25 mm can be measured at sensing ranges to 120 mm, and accurate detection can...Read More »