SICK Sensor Intelligence

SICK is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of sensors, safety systems and automatic identification products for industrial applications.

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  • 2D Vision

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    SICK offers a powerful vision sensor portfolio designed to manage challenges in all industries where a standard sensor would not work. These vision sensors provide a full toolset for positioning, inspection, measurement and reading, depending on the variant. A flexible optical design fulfills the needs of almost all applications. Simplicity is ensured by automatic setup, intelligent algorithms and a common, intuitive user interface.

  • 3D vision

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    SICK's 3D vision series offers a wide range of powerful and flexible products designed for reliable operation in harsh industrial environments. They range from versatile high-speed cameras that deliver high quality 3D and contrast images to smart and configurable stand-alone sensors that facilitate rapid development and easy integration. Their scalability ensures a perfect fit with your 3D vision application.

  • Analog Positioning Sensors

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    Versatile, precise, superior – analog positioning sensors by SICKFor many tasks that use pneumatic cylinders, it is important to determine more than just the individual piston positions. As a result, there is an increasing demand for sensors that provide continuous feedback. This allows challenging automation tasks to be solved without having to use expensive linear motors. SICK is able to meet these demands with its analog positioning sensors. These sensors, which provide a measuring range of up to 1,007 mm, combine flexibility, simple operation and high precision.

  • Array Sensors

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    Array sensors use closely spaced beams of light to detect even the slightest differences in gray scale between the target and the background within their field-of-view. They are ideal for edge and diameter detection as well as detecting widths and gaps. SICK’s array sensors offer industry-leading reproducibility, in addition to compact, rugged metal housings for use in highly restricted or harsh environments.

  • Capacitive Proximity Sensors

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    Sometimes you need to know what is hidden beneath a surface. Behind a wall, for example, inside a storage container, inside a shipping container, or behind a cover. Capacitive proximity sensors are ideal for level and feed monitoring. From solid material, such as paper or wood, to granules or liquids, they can be relied upon to detect what is happening in the production process and during final inspection. Is there something behind that cover? Is the finished package really full? How much paint is still left in the tank? For capacitive proximity sensors, these are easy questions to answer. SICKs capacitive proximity sensors are never far from the action. Sensing ranges between 1 and 25 mm allow them to be used in nearly all installation situations, making them extremely adaptable for a wide range of applications. These sensors are also remarkably resistant to interference. Impurities, contamination, dust, and airborne spray particles have little effect on them, nor does electromagnetic interference. No wonder they are installed in a wide range of industries, such as food and automotive, or in storage and conveyor systems.

  • Collision Awareness System

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    Driving industrial vehicles safely and precisely demands a great deal from the driver. Driver assistance systems and collision awareness systems from SICK support drivers in critical situations. The system immediately detects the risk if the vehicle comes close to personnel, infrastructure or other vehicles. Driver assistance systems also help drivers to carry out difficult and monotonous tasks effectively and efficiently.

  • Color sensors

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    Color sensors detect the color of a surface. The sensors cast light (red, green, and blue LEDs) on the objects to be tested, calculate the chromaticity coordinates from the reflected radiation and compare them with previously stored reference colors. If the color values are within the set tolerance range, a switching output is activated.

  • Contrast Sensors

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    Contrast sensors are primarily used in packaging/printing machines for the detection of printed or control marks. SICK's line of KT contrast sensors detects even the smallest contrasts at the highest speeds, such as print marks on foils or packaging. They detect minute grayscale variations between the mark and the background on matte, shiny or transparent surfaces. A variety of device types with different contrast resolution methods and teach-in versions are available to meet wide-ranging requirements.

  • Customized Analyzer Systems

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    Extractive analyzer systems based on high-quality standard modules and components. Thanks to the configurable design, the analyzer systems can be provided with the optimum specifications to meet the requirements of particular customers. If desired, retrofitting can be carried out easily and cost-effectively by installing analyzers and gas conditioning components. Long-term system support is assured.

  • Distance Sensors

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    SICK has a wide range of optic and ultrasonic solutions that measure from sub-microns to kilometers. They solve measuring, detecting and positioning applications using triangulation and time-of-flight modes. Sensors using triangulation are ideal for short-range, highly precise measurement. They can inspect miniature parts, thickness and shape, etc. Time-of-flight sensors work at longer distances, are not influenced by reflectivity or ambient light − perfect for positioning AS/RS, rail cars and gantry cranes.

  • Extractive Gas Analyzers

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    Reliable gas analysis — even under harsh process conditionsSICK's extractive gas analyzers can be used in a large number of applications. The extractive measurement technology extracts a partial gas flow from the gas duct, conditions the extracted gas and feeds it to an analyzer module under constant conditions. All the measurement technology that SICK offers – from gas sampling and conditioning right through to the numerous analyzer modules – is perfectly tailored to the measurement task concerned.

  • Fork Sensors

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    Fork sensors, which operate using a through-beam design, combine the sender and receiver in a single housing. As a result, alignment is no longer time-consuming. Even very slight differences in light attenuation are detected due to highly focused light emission and high detection accuracy. Easy installation, high immunity to ambient light, and a wide range of fork widths are some of the many advantages that SICK fork sensors offer. Applications include detecting labels or parts on conveyors.

  • Gas Transmitters

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    Simple, fast, and low maintenanceWhen it comes to creating gas analyzers that can serve as field instruments, gas transmitters are the logical next step. However, compared to the former, a gas transmitter requires barely any additional technical aids to perform the measurement task. In many cases, there is no need for costly sampling and gas conditioning either.

  • Glare Sensors

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    The Glare sensor detects and distinguishes glare on even surfaces. It also provides maximum reliability and saves costs. Previously, gloss on object surfaces was a disruptive factor that regularly had engineers breaking into a sweat.Now, gloss properties are a distinguishing criterion for process control – regardless of color, transparency or pattern. And it will be engineers’ eyes that shine, not their brows. Equipped with intelligent Delta-S-Technology, Glare is a further milestone in customer-oriented sensor development. Once again, SICK is confirming its leading position in opto-electronic sensors for the detection of a range of objects.

  • Hand-Held Scanners

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    Mobile, fast and flexibleHand-held scanners from SICK provide fast, flexible code reading capabilities for a wide range of applications. Unlike manual solutions, hand-held scanners make it possible to automatically detect data at high speeds – with nearly no errors. They are ergonomically designed, speed up processes and help eliminate sources of error.