White light sensor for print marks

Springfield, O.—Said to be the first white light sensor, WM03 reflex sensor detects printed markings of any desired color. Any color combination is now possible; for example, dark green markings on a light green background, white markings on a yellow background, or white stripe between yellow and black stripes.

03/01/2000


Springfield, O .—Said to be the first white light sensor, WM03 reflex sensor detects printed markings of any desired color. Any color combination is now possible; for example, dark green markings on a light green background, white markings on a yellow background, or white stripe between yellow and black stripes. A small, rectangular spot (2 x 2.5 mm) is adjusted to the shape of marking to be detected. The unit can be ordered with either pull-in or release delay of 10 msec. When operated in normally open mode with release delay, light markings on a dark background can be recognized. pull-in delay is suitable for recognition of dark markings on a light background. Wenglor Sensors Ltd.





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