Is the object present? How is it lying on the belt? Is a detail missing or has it been incorrectly assembled? These and many other applications can be reliably automated with sensors from SensoPart.
One sensor for multiple inspections: The VISOR® Object vision sensor in the color version combines color and object detection in a single device: He can therefore, for example, check the presence of a lid and at the same time check the correct color of the lid.
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The sub-miniature proximity sensor FT 10 BlueLight is specially designed for the detection of objects with strongly light-absorbing surfaces – or example of black plastic parts. It even guarantees reliable detection with very reflective or transparent objects. Tiny in size, it can be very easily integrated in production lines.
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A 2D sensor equipped with a variety of detectors offers countless advantages, particularly with components that are inaccurately fed. From simply checking the presence of components or counting objects, to inspection tasks – VISOR® Object is always a reliable solution. It recognises, for example, whether the correct component is arriving in the right position and whether an attachment is possibly missing.
VISOR® Allround is a true multi-talent among vision sensors. The Allround sensor version unites the functions of VISOR® Object (including calibration, pattern matching, contour, calliper, BLOB) with the powerful tools of VISOR® Code Reader. As a result, it is easily possible to combine tasks, such as, checking the presence and position of a sticker with simultaneous part identification through code reading.
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The FT 55-RLHM shows off its talent when normal scanning sensors reach their limits, for example, when detecting flat gaskets, Thanks to its small hysteresis – adjustable via I/O-Link – and large operating range, it guarantees the necessary reliability for utmost quality inspections during object detection.
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The following application examples show you the possible uses of our products in practice.
The quantity of screws required for battery pack assembly is stored in a bunker feed system and fed from there to the screwing systems accordingly. For smooth production, it is important that misaligned screws are detected by the sensor and only those in the correct position are fed to the screwing system.
The labeling of the battery pack requires the manual application of safety and identification stickers. Incorrect or inaccurately positioned labels could lead to misinterpretation or misuse of the battery pack, necessitating label verification.
The quantity of screws required for battery pack assembly is stored in a bunker feed system and fed from there to the screwing systems individually. For subsequent control of the correct position of the screws , they must be detected at a specific position in the feed system in order to provide a trigger signal.
Regardless of whether the wiring is automated or manual, it is necessary to check the connector latches. Improperly latched connectors can trigger a subsequent defect and cannot be corrected due to the battery pack design.
Inside the battery pack there are wiring harnesses which need to be fixed with fastening clips. Failure to engage the clamps correctly can result in damage to the cables or rattling noises during subsequent driving operation.
The protection of external electrical connections and coolant lines requires the manual application of protective caps. Without protective caps, accidental contact with high-voltage connections or damage as well as contamination may occur, so their presence must be monitored.