Published 12-10-2015

TREOTHAM INTRODUCES NEW SENSORS FOR ROLLER CONVEYOR SYSTEMS

09-10-2015

The new Wenglor reflex sensors with background suppression for roller conveyor systems are high performance sensors that are quick and easy to mount.

The new reflex sensors can be used to control and detect objects on roller conveyor systems. They are suitable for warehouse and logistics centres and can reliably detect small packages with widths as small as 150mm, with conveyor widths of up to 900mm.

Dark objects can also be reliably detected due to the precision of background suppression.

The sensors offer a fast-clip mounting system that reduces installation and maintenance time and cost by up to 60% compared to conventional screw type mounting systems.

With just a single click to mount, they offer a secure, stable mounting system with a long service life.

The quick wiring feature allows the wiring effort to be reduced by 90 percent, with the M12 plug turning just 180° to securely connect to the sensor.

The cables are also 100 percent compatible with all standard cables.

Switching distances can be detected and adjusted extremely quick and easily due to the new 270° scaled potentiometer, even when the sensor is not operating.

Thanks to the eco mode, the current consumption is reduced by 75 percent for the solenoid valve and even more in the switched state, to less than 16mA. It can be used in temperatures from -40°C to 60°C.

 

Treotham Automation Pty Ltd

Ph: 02 9907 1788

www.treotham.com.au

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