Turck Australia distributes Banner’s rugged, versatile laser sensor designed for difficult distance-based applications over a range of 25 to 300 millimetres.

The Banner Q4X can reliably detect distance changes as small as 1 millimetre on challenging targets such as black objects on black backgrounds or reflective items.

The sensor features high excess gain and incorporates a 64-element imager to minimize errors.

An angled four-digit, seven-segment LED display and convenient pushbuttons make for simple setup and easy viewing, and a bright output indicator provides high visibility of operation.

Bipolar outputs are available to link the sensor with PLCs or other control units, and an IO-Link interface simplifies parameterisation and diagnostics.

The rugged sensor is housed in stainless steel and is Ecolab certified.

Turck Australia
1300 132 566

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