The new DP2122 mini-display module from ifm electronic transforms any sensor that provides a pulse output into a speed monitor with a local display and two user-adjustable switching setpoints.
The WT5000 Precision Power Analyzer has been further enhanced with a new current sensor element, with an internal power supply for sensors, and new firmware supporting faster update rates.
Particularly suited for use in CIP (cleaning-in-place) applications in the food and beverage industries, the new LDL201 conductivity sensors from ifm electronic have a 77mm-long sensing tip.
An innovative non-contact radar sensing technology from SICK is opening up the prospect of robust and reliable real-time monitoring of the levels of liquids and bulk solids in challenging industrial applications.
Since they have no moving parts, the new LI151x-series capacitive level switches from ifm electronic need no maintenance and are an ideal replacement for conventional float-type level switches that are prone to mechanical failure and sticking in more viscous media.
SICK has launched the versatile W4F family of miniature smart sensors, developed to achieve next-generation detection performance and incorporating powerful new optical technologies, each purpose-designed to master common sensing challenges with complete reliability.
Micro-Epsilon has introduced a range of inductive displacement sensors that monitor the clamping position in machine tools. The sensors are extremely compact and robust (IP67), while providing high temperature stability and high repeatability, even in harsh machine tool environments.
Energy chains for protecting moving cable assemblies in cranes can be damaged by foreign objects like loose tools, causing costly system failures. This prompted igus to develop a new push/pull force monitoring system. The EC.PR system records the precise force values of the moving end and adjusts the force limits, preventing potentially catastrophic damage to the crane and expensive repairs.
RS Components (RS) has expanded its industrial control portfolio with a range of IIoT-enabled technologies from SICK. As a result of the ongoing strategic partnership between the two companies, RS will now support SICK’s M12 and M18 inductive proximity sensors, IO-Link sensors, and light curtains.