Comprehensive portfolio of mini sensors for ideal solutions
For detecting end and reference positions, binary sensors ensure you of reliably simple position detection. With their compact sizes and low weight, our miniature series stands out from the many other options with its minimal space requirements and compatibility with moving actuators and slides. They are ideal, for example on grippers, gantry loaders or in pick-and-place applications, where every ounce of weight saved increases the energy efficiency of the system.
Whether directly in the drive or on various shafts of a packaging machine, rotational speeds are detected everywhere in machine and systems building. To measure rotational speeds and detect rotational direction and stops, we provide you with an optimal solution to meet your requirements. For simple checking you can often get by with one, but for simultaneous rotation direction sensing, two inductive standard sensors are needed.
For demanding use at higher speeds or precise speed determination, our angle measurement systems with magnetically-encoded rings are an optimal choice.
Block-style mini-sensors are ideal for end-of-travel sensing in the spindle drive. Their flat form factor fits in any design. They are also simple to install.
Use inductive mini-sensors to detect end or reference positions in linear drives. They give you great reedom of design when laying out single- or multi-axis linear drives. Their small form factor lets you integrate them in locations that otherwise are too tight for sensors.
Magnetic encoders are also extremely precise at very slow speeds. They detect both the direction of rotation and the correct shaft position using reference points without contact and wear-free.
BML S1F measurement systems precisely and reliably measure the speeds of the drive shaft directly on the motor. Their narrow form factor allows the existing motor design to remain compact.
With inductive standard sensors you can detect the speeds of shafts in plant engineering. Two sensors are all you need to detect speed and rotation direction.