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PRINT MARK SENSORS FROM TREOTHAM

13-09-2016
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Treotham’s range of Wenglor Print Mark sensors have been specially designed to recognize print marks, stamps and labels at high speeds.

The sensors use a white LED light with long service life, and produce a very small light spot.

Only one sensor is required to recognize all brightness and colour combinations between the print mark and the background, and can differentiate up to 100 gray levels.

The WM03 series of print mark sensors detect up to 20 gray levels and can be optimally adjusted to suit any application using several teach-in modes.

The deactivation of the output can be put forward by using the connectible time delay function.

The WP02 and WP04 series of print mark sensors are characterized by a small spot of light and high contrast resplution.

The high switching frequency and various teaching modes are adjustable to any application thanks to the very small spot of light.

The threshold can be manually adjusted via a key potentiometer.

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

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