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HYGIENIC FORK SENSOR PROVIDES CLEAN AND ACCURATE MONITORING

21-09-2017
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Wenglor P1HJ00X laser fork sensor

Available now from Treotham Automation, the Wenglor P1HJ00X laser fork sensor features an InoxSens hygienic design using corrosion-free stainless steel, is FDAb conformant and Ecolab certified.

Devices are available with fork widths up to 220mm, and are capable of detecting objects as small as 40µm across the entire width of the fork.

The hygienic design is gap-free and includes a glass or plastic cover for the optics with ingress protection up to IP69K so that the sensor is resistant to the cleaning agents used in hygienically sensitive industrial environments. Optional accessories include a watertight cable gland.

The light barrier can be easily adjusted directly on the sensor by means of an intuitive teach-in button.

These laser fork sensors sensors can be used wherever multiple objects have to be reliably detected travelling at high speeds. This makes them ideal for packaging, paper and consumer goods sectors, in addition to pharmaceuticals and food industries.

Treotham Automation
02 9907 1788
www.treotham.com.au

 

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