The photoelectric sensor does not turn on, does not switch or performs false detections. In this article the most common issues with these sensors and ways to solve them are consicely described. With the help of special accessories you can get the most out of your sensor and automation!
We are going to talk about the differences and the applicability of photoelectric retro-reflective sensors with a polarized and a normal reflector. Finally, we give an idea of what is the best choice for your application
Chemicals can be disastrous for your sensors. Corrosion is one of those risks. How can you protest your sensors and production process against this? Switch to sensors with a chemical resistance!
The various types of photoelectric sensors and how they work. Looking for a diffuse proximity, thru-beam (transmitter and receiver) photoelectric sensor or a photoelectric sensor with background suppression? Read more about it here.