UV sensor for industrial automation applications

The UVX-300P Sensor by EMX Industries is designed detects the presence of phosphorescent materials and pigments and is able to quantify light output of phosphorescent additives used in paints, adhesives, films, security inks and plastics.
By EMX Industries October 17, 2014

The UVX-300P Sensor by EMX Industries is designed detects the presence of phosphorescent materials and pigments and is able to quantify light output of phosphorescent additives used in paints, adhesives, films, security inks and plastics. Courtesy: EMX InThe UVX-300P Sensor by EMX Industries is designed detects the presence of phosphorescent materials and pigments that are difficult to measure with traditional sensors. It is able to effectively quantify light output of phosphorescent additives used in paints, adhesives, films, security inks and plastics. The UVX-300P’s PNP/NPN output and analog output provides a versatile interface to high-speed automation processes. Other features include a digital display of phosphorescence level, which simplifies set-up. Its high-resolution analog output allows monitoring of sample by external system. The Auto-teach and manual adjustment features are designed to make the sensor easy for low-skill operators, but able to be finely tuned. It has a high detection speed with 100 microsecond discrete output response and a metal alloy housing and glass lens for industrial applications. 

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