The handling and assembly of sensitive electronic components requires utmost precision. Switching sensors and vision sensors from SensoPart guarantee smooth procedures and error-free results.
We have a suitable sensor for every stage of production: A photoelectric proximity sensor from the F 10 sub-miniature series or a fork sensor from the FGL-RK series checks the presence of components that are supplied loose; an FT 25-C color sensor sorts them by color code; a VISOR® Robotic vision sensor supplies the necessary position information to the handling robot so that the latter can accurately grip each part and deposit it in a tray. Our vision sensors also prove valuable during quality control of electronic assemblies, as unlike standard color sensors, they can recognise active colors from fluorescent objects, such as LEDs.
Thermal paste ensures the efficient removal of heat generated during the operation of electrical components and is therefore essential for their service life. The VISOR® Object Color checks the correct size and correct application of the thermal paste during the manufacturing process.
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The VISOR® Object Color vision sensor reliably detects and distinguishes the colors of bright LEDs. Since the compact machine vision system also provides information on the object position, it can be used very effectively to check whether colored LEDs or display elements have been correctly assembled and the LEDs also provide the desired brightness.
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With the help of the VISOR® Code Reader, the correct circuit board is always used in the production process. Even under difficult conditions, it reads 2D codes extremely reliably and thus ensures error-free component use. In particular, our new VISOR® V50 with its 5 megapixel resolution is capable of reading entire arrays of codes even in large fields of view or identifying very small codes.
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The following application examples show you the possible uses of our products in practice.
The modules installed in the high-voltage battery must be electrically connected to each other, and the connectors must be applied accurately to avoid damage.
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.