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Luminescence Sensors

Luminescene, Colour and Gloss Sensors
Applied Measurement Australia
Non-contact laser and optical sensors
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Applied Measurement Australia
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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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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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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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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Compact Luminescence Sensors from SICK detect label end and prevent unnecessary waste
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15/10/10 - Luminescence sensors from SICK are being used to prevent label wastage in tea bag production at Lipton Unilever’s factory in Dubai.
Changing of the guard among luminescence sensors from Sick
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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.
Immune to indirect sunlight and strobes.
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15/09/04 - PRYDE Measurement has released the Tritronics Smarteye Stealth-UV Sensor. It is designed to detect the presence of invisible fluorescent materials contained in or added to chalks, inks, paint, greases or glue. It can also detect optical brighteners found ...
Microprocessor controlled.
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17/07/03 - BANNER Engineering has announced its new QL Series of powerful microprocessor-controlled luminescence sensors. Consisting of the QL50 and QL55, these self-contained sensors utilise a modulated ultraviolet LED to scan for luminescence in materials, and ...
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Sensors for Hazardous Point Protection & Machine Safety
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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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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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