Allen-Bradley VisiSight Photoelectric Sensors from Rockwell Automation

Allen-Bradley VisiSight line of general purpose photoelectric sensors from Rockwell Automation offers a full range of sensing modes in a sealed, compact, cavity-free housing that minimizes collection of dust and debris and allows easy sensor cleanup.

10/14/2009


Allen-Bradley VisiSight line of general purpose photoelectric sensors from Rockwell Automation

Allen-Bradley VisiSight line of general purpose photoelectric sensors from Rockwell Automation

For manufacturers looking for an economical, global and easy-to-apply sensing solution, the new Allen-Bradley VisiSight line of general purpose photoelectric sensors from Rockwell Automation offers a full range of sensing modes in a sealed, compact, cavity-free housing that minimizes collection of dust and debris and allows easy sensor cleanup, the company says.

VisiSight Photoelectric Sensors are available in :

- Diffuse models with 800-millimeter sensing range that provide adjustable sensitivity;

- Polarized retro reflective models with 3.5-meter sensing range in adjustable or fixed sensitivity versions;

- Transmitted beam models that provide 10-meter sensing distance; and

- Infrared LED source models for crosstalk immunity.

Rectangular housing of all VisiSight models meets the standard 25.4-millimeter footprint. For greater application flexibility, an optional, snap-on, 18-millimeter, nose-mount adaptor is available.

All models include a red light to help with alignment during setup and maintenance. Additionally, to warn of an unstable sensing situation, a stability indicator flashes if signal level is too close to the detection threshold. Patented application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) used in the VisiSight photoelectric sensors also offers linear sensitivity adjustment and noise immunity.

Said to be ideal for material-handling, packaging and assembly applications, the 42JS VisiSight photoelectric sensor product line addresses small form factor needs in industries, including life sciences, pharmaceutical, food and beverage, home health, and beauty.

See more A-B sensors from Rockwell Automation Inc .

Read a Control Engineering discrete sensing feature article on proximity, inductive, laser sensors, " Proximity Sensors: How to Choose, Use Them ."

- Edited by Mark T. Hoske, Control Engineering editor in chief, www.controleng.com

See other Control Engineering sensor information .





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