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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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Tyco Electronics are the world's largest manufacturer of passive and electronic components. Also providing identification and labeling solutions.
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Automation Systems and Contriols (ASC) is a 100% Australian owned company providing automation solutions for industry. ASC are specialists in fields including Vision Sensors, Machine Automation, Motion Control, Sensors and Controllers. ASC distribute ...
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Micromax Specialists in Automation have been providing Australian industry with automation solutions, expertise and technology for over 40 years. From the most sophisticated inspection and control systems to the most basic on-off sensors, Micromax Specialists ...
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Manuco Electronics (Sharp) is an Australian owned importer and distributor of high quality electronic components. Products include Sharp TFT LCDs, Sharp OPTO and LED, Digital view LCD controller cards and controller kits, media players, ERG ...
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Changing of the guard among luminescence sensors from Sick
Supplier news
24/07/09 - Luminescence sensors are capable of detecting “invisible” markings reliably. To this end, the so-called luminophores, invisible in usual ambient light, are caused to light up when stimulated with a source of UV light.
The LUT scanner -- permits space-saving mounting.
Supplier news
25/07/02 - THE new LUT luminescent scanner provides help wherever conventional photoelectric sensors come up against their limits with high-contrast backgrounds, fluctuating background colours and, particularly, where optical marks cannot be attached to goods.
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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