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Registration sensors from SICK
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Luminescene, Colour and Gloss Sensors
Applied Measurement Australia
Non-contact laser and optical sensors
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TL50 Series Contrast Sensor with RGB LED emission and plastic housing
Datalogic Australia
Photoelectric sensors for use in process automation and manufacturing and safety light curtains for workplace safety
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SICK Pty Ltd
SICK Pty Ltd is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of sensors, safety systems and automatic identification products for Factory Automation, Logistic Automation and Process Automation applications. Whether automating factories or optimising distribution ...
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Vacuum pumps, suction cups, vacuum grippers, decentralised vaccum
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Pepperl+Fuchs manufacture a comprehensive range of Inductive, Photoelectric, Ultrasonic, Capacitive, Magnetic sensors as well as Intelligent sensor, Identification & Fieldbus systems. Pepperl+Fuchs also manufacture intrinsically safe components, ...
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Datalogic Australia offer their customers a range of products and services, these include embedded barcode readers, industrial barcode scanners, controllers, data sensors and imagers. This company is located in Mt Waverley, VIC.
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Since 1976 Applied Measurement has focused on providing high quality products and services for engineered measurement, and industrial automation applications. Typically this has involved pressure, force, torque, position, strain, acceleration and inertial ...
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TwinEye-Technologie optimises process stability even under difficult detection conditions.
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05/07/18 - SICK's KTS and KTX product families open up a world of new possibilities when it comes to detecting contrasts.
The KTS and KTX contrast sensors from SICK represent improved performance, better process stability, and more design freedom.
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05/07/18 - SICK presents its KTS and KTX product families as new, powerful contrast sensors on a forward-looking, innovative platform.
KTM Prime and KTM Core contrast sensors
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29/05/13 - KTM miniature contrast sensors from Sick offer tailor-made solutions for print mark detection and controlling of packaging processes.
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28/03/08 - The conveyor rollers of Interroll offered by Automation Equipment NZ are available in diameters starting from 16 millimetres to 190 millimetre and lengths from 70 millimetres to 3500 millimetre.
The Changing Nature of Automation in the Workplace
SICK Pty Ltd Managing Director David Duncan talks with Ferret.com.au about the changing nature of automation in the workplace, the developing role product makers have in ensuring the safety of end users and how SICK embraces and fosters moves towards ...
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Sensors for Hazardous Point Protection & Machine Safety
SICK Product Market Manager Jason Mair discusses several unique sensors that can be used to provide hazardous point protection and protect workers from dangerous machines in industrial environments.
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Manufacturing, Automation and the Future
Ferret.com.au interviews SICK Australia & New Zealand National Sales Manager Jeff Walker about the future of automation and the impact that developments in this area will have on the manufacturing sector.
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Detecting 1D and 2D Bar Codes & Data Matrix Codes
SICK Pty Ltd Product Manager Sean Carter provides hands-on demonstrations of a variety of code reading devices designed to provide reliable, efficient identification of 1D and 2D bar codes and data matrix codes.
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Complete Mining Vehicle Protection
SICK Technical Industry Manager Nicky Guenther provides an overview of SICK's vehicle protection systems for mining vehicles, designed to ensure safety and efficiency.
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Reliable optical detection of uneven and irregular objects
SICK Commercial Goods Industry Manager Tim Baron provides hands-on demonstrations of several sensors in SICK's Multitask range of photoelectric sensors.
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