Is the right juice in the right bottle? Are the cookies the required shade of brown? Has the use-by date been added to the packaging? SensoPart sensors supply reliable answers to these and many other questions.
For example, when filling drink bottles: The laser scanners from the FT 25-RGO series are specially trained in the detection of (transparent) bottles, while the color sensor FT 55-CM or the vision sensor VISOR® Object Color unequivocally identify whether the bottle lid is in the right position and of the right color. At the end of the production chain, our VISOR® Code Reader scans the packaging and checks the codes and plain text information. Many of our sensors also come in a particularly robust and hermetically-sealed stainless steel housing (IP 69 K), perfect for use in hygiene environments: When an industrial meat processing plant is cleaned with a powerful steam jet at the end of a shift, the sensor can also enjoy a good wash.
Due to its low light reflection, transparent packaging such as glass or PET bottles are a challenge for every sensor. For physical reasons, blue instead of the usual red sensor light has proven its worth in such cases: our BlueLight photoelectric proximity sensors with blue LED emitter reliably detect even almost invisible objects - and without a reflector.
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It is easy to check whether the right lid is on the right bottle based on the color of the lid: The versatile color sensor FT 55-CM enables consistent detection of color even on shiny or curved surfaces, despite fluctuations in shade and distance. Reliable results are therefore still guaranteed with wobbling or vibrating bottles.
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The following application examples show you the possible uses of our products in practice.
During final product control, it is to be checked that the products have a uniform appearance. The aim of the application is to guarantee the correct position of adhesive labels on packaging so that the products appear identical on the sales shelf.
During final product control it is checked that the products are correctly sealed. The aim of this application is to check that closures are fully sealed so that products cannot leak during transport.
When manufacturing ball bearings, it is vital to know that the bearing has the full number of balls. The aim of the application is to inspect a ball bearing after assembly to ensure it is complete.
When filling glass bottles or labelling bottles, it is essential to be sure that the bottle is present under the tool in the machine.
Throughout the production process, a large quantity of data is generated that has to be monitored and checked. The operator must be able to consult, manage and evaluate this data easily in order to identify and implement any necessary modifications to the process.