Photoelectric sensor

Photoelectric sensor detects up to 200,000 packages per hour. It can be used for controlling packaging, triggering downstream processes, and ensuring package quality.
By SICK December 4, 2014

The DeltaPac MultiTask photoelectric sensor detects up to 200,000 packages per hour. It can be used for controlling packaging, triggering downstream processes, and ensuring package quality. Courtesy: SICK

The DeltaPac MultiTask photoelectric sensor counts, detects and differentiates between successive packaging items on conveyor belts. It is a pre-configured sensor with a sensing range from 30 to 40 mm to the front edge of the object. It is able to detect up to 200,000 packages per hour. It can be used for controlling packaging, triggering downstream processes, and ensuring package quality. The IP 67-rated DeltaPac optimizes product flow and reduces the amount of hardware in packaging applications. This in turn reduces downtime and product damage caused by collisions. DeltaPac detects corners, folds and grooves regardless of object color, size, surface or background.

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