Whatever the sensor type, for fast field checks and demonstrations the new Contrinex sensor tester is an essential addition to any toolbox.
When a trolley bus reaches a road junction, wire-switches, installed on the overhead conductor cables, control its direction of travel. Switches may be in the default “straight-through” position or in “turnout” position.
A manufacturer of bulk material-handling equipment uses Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology to sense the position of a large rail-mounted reclamation-conveyor operating in a hot, dusty environment.
Modern road bridges typically utilize beam construction, in which mobile cranes lift prefabricated bridge sections onto pairs of support columns.
Users of industrial RFID can maximize the flexibility of their systems with the powerful ContriNet RS485 network from Contrinex.
The Contrinex High Temperature range includes sensors in sizes from M8 to M50.
New manufacturing processes make the ECO range unbeatable in its class on both price and performance.
In welding robots and systems, the ultimate hallmark of quality for an inductive sensor is the reliability of its signal, even in the presence of magnetic fields.
The new, flat C23 is ideal for applications where space is scarce but long operating distances are still indispensable. With this sensor's all-metal housing, applications do not need to pull any punches.
With the new C23 and C55 series, Contrinex not only meets the demand for photoelectric sensors for ultra-precise distance measurement, but also for the measurement of very large distances.
The new C23 series of miniature photoelectric sensors, available in diffuse, reflex, through-beam and background suppression types, offers solutions for a wide range of industries and applications.
The new C12 series of photoelectric sensors offers reflex, through-beam and background suppression types in a subminiature cubic housing.
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