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REGISTRATION SENSORSPRODUCTS AT A GLANCE Contrast, color, luminescence, fork, array, pattern glare and register sensors SICK Sensor Intelligence.

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OPTiCAL CHALLENGES - RELiABLE SENSOR SOLUTiONS The process control details are often not visible to the human eye. Colors, contrasts, glare, or even entire patterns flash by and the eye cannot detect them. However, nothing escapes SICK sensors - with a diversified product range, they ensure that the widest range of optical characteristics can be detected safely and reliably. And all of this is possible even when the challenge seems impossible at first. Detecting glare and glare differences detecting luminescence and invisible marks detecting and differentiating colors detecting objects and...

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DETECTING AND DIFFERENTIATING CONTRASTS If you need to differentiate between light and dark, various color levels, gray scale values, and contrasts during your processes, then you will always find yourself faced with the challenge of reliable contrast differentiation. In all of these cases, detecting the finest details and smallest deviations is key. Differentiating surface coatings in wafer production. Detecting registration marks on printing machines. Detecting print marks on envelope-stuffing or labeling machines. Detecting and differentiating contrasts Contrast sensors 10 Register sensors

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Differentiating by color is a complex task and is particularly challenging when the nuances are only slight. Light blue or blue, yellow or orange - something which seems very simplistic to the eye can often cause difficulties in industrial processes. If you have to differentiate or select your process control by color, then you will find yourself faced with the challenge of detecting color. PSDI control on a packaging machine based on a color Detecting packaging with faulty printing. registration sensors I sick

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LUMINESCENCE AND INVISIBLE MARKS DETECTING LUMINESCENCE AND INVISIBLE MARKS Often the human eye does not see what has to be detected and evaluated. The reason for this is markings which are only visible under UV light. Luminescence sensors are crucial if you want to work with or uniquely allocate marks like this and detect specific content in your processes, or if your processes require differentiation regardless of color, pattern, or surface quality. Examples Monitoring the placement of packaging inserts in the pharmaceutical industry. Quality control for front screen in the automotive...

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GLARE AND GLARE DIFFERENCES DETECTING GLARE AND GLARE DIFFERENCES Detecting glossy surfaces and differentiating them from matte areas is particularly challenging as often the differences in the level of glare are only minimal. However, glare offers unexpected possibilities for controlling processes regardless of color, transparency, or pattern. If you would like to record glare differences, detect reflective objects, or detect non-reflective areas, then you will need to detect glare. Examples Detecting protective packaging. Detecting splice connections in sheets. Detecting authenticity...

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DETECTING OBJECTS AND MANAGiNG LABELS The fork sensor WFS is ideal for the detection of non-transparent labels. Thanks it its slim fork design, it is ideal for integration into the machine concept. Safe object detection with fork sensors from SICK. Whether the light source uses red, infrared or laser light, we have the ideal solution for your application with WFM, WFN, and WFL. The UFnext ultrasonic fork sensor detects both transparent, opaque, and also printed labels, making it the obvious choice for label detection.

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EDGES, LiNES, AND DiAMETERS The array sensor from SiCK is the ideal solution for accurate web edge and line tracing. Whether you need to position print marks, control web edges, or monitor unchanging diameters, the Ax20 is the ideal solution with its measuring principle of operation. The Ax20 line sensor is the efficient solution for accurate web edge control, width and diameter detection as well as the detection of small parts. Thanks to its scanning principle, it can be flexibly integrated into the machine concept. registration sensors I sick

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DETECTING PATTERNS Company logos, labels, printed information, and all recurrent optical elements on a product represent optical patterns. Being able to detect the positions of these more and more accurately makes many processes a lot easier, whether these are in packaging, labeling, or internal logistics. Do you also work with labeled or printed objects in your processes? Then you have to detect patterns. Examples Tube positioning in the packaging industry. Detecting cutting positions. Monitoring labels in the packaging industry. Detecting patterns Pattern sensors

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KTS Core Universal contrast detection in modern housing KTS Prime Innovative TwinEye-Technology for better contrast detection HESS Detailed information — www.sick.com/KTS_Core — www.sick.com/KTS_Prime • white led or RGB led • High gray line resolution • very large dynamic range means reliable detection of contrasts on glossy materials • 25 kHz / 12.5 kHz switching frequency • Display for easy sensor adjustment • 2-point and dynamic teach-in • Manual switching threshold adjustment • Light/dark switching • TwinEye-Technology for increased depth of field and sensing distance tolerance •...

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product family ovERViEW Contrast sensors KTM Prime Mini, easy, speedy, robust Mini, easy, speedy Contrast detection with TwinEye-Technology in tried-and-tested housing. Innovation in familiar housing for the very best sensor performance • Small, tried-and tested housing • High grayscale resolution • very large dynamic range means reliable detection of contrasts on glossy materials • Switching frequency: 10 kHz • white light • TwinEye-Technology for increased depth of field and sensing distance tolerance • 50 kHz switching frequency and 5 |js jitter • Large dynamic range means...

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Contrast sensors product family ovERViEW • very small housing • Precise, small laser spot • Sensing distance up to 60 mm • Simple 2-point teach-in • Switching frequency of 1,5 kHz • Reliable operation for jittering materials • Laser version offers sensing distances of 30 mm to 800 mm • very small and precise laser light spot (class II) • Fast switching frequency of 17 kHz • Detection reliability displayed in the bar graph display • cAN interface version for parameter setup, diagnostics and function selection • very precise light spot Long sensing distance - precise detection Laser contrast...

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