SICK releases the photoelectric sensors W16 and W26

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  SICK uses photoelectric sensors W16 and W26

3. July 2018 – SICK, a manufacturer of sensors, security systems, machine vision, encoders and automated identification solutions for factory, logistics and process automation, announced the launch of Optical Sensors W16 and W26

The W16 and W26 were designed as intelligent sensors so that they can be remotely configured via IO-Link. As smart sensors, the W16 and W26 also provide additional diagnostic features that can be used to predict maintenance and other intelligent tasks.

In addition, the control and display concept of the BluePilot provides visual feedback, while the PinPoint LED is used for alignment during setup, especially over long distances. The BluePilot is also used for signal strength feedback, mode selection and preset switching distances. The W16 and W26 also have LineSpot and TwinEye technologies. LineSpot also offers a continuous sensor signal for perforated or structured objects. TwinEye has two receivers in one system to increase detection reliability, as it can detect high-gloss, high-contrast and uneven surfaces.

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