Contrinex: Transparent-object sensors with patented UV technology detect presence of clear plastic sheet during thermoforming

11 JULY 2019

During automated packaging, high-speed thermoforming lines produce transparent plastic blister- rays from continuous reel-stock material.
Transparent-object sensors with patented UV technology detect the presence of the transparent plastic sheet as it is unwound, ensuring the material is correctly tensioned as it enters the loading station. False detection is avoided, ensuring reliable operation with little or no downtime. Ecolab-certified, these sensors are also suitable for the packaging of medical products.

Customer value
UV sensors ensure reliable detection of transparent plastic targets
Safe detection of the thinnest transparent materials
Maximum operating reserve owing to high absorption factor of UV light by transparent plastics
Elimination of multiple switching on a single target
Reliable operation without the need for manual intervention
Very low sensitivity to dust, liquid droplets and splashes
Wide operating range accommodates full range of machine geometries
Simple one- or two-step teach procedure optimizes initial sensor set-up
Sensitivity parameters are retrieved or updated remotely via IO-Link
Stability alarm highlights reduced sensitivity, avoiding unplanned stoppages

Specific product advantages
Ultraviolet reflex photoelectric sensors for transparent object detection
Very low sensitivity to target shape
IO-Link serial-connection protocol enabled on PNP versions at no additional cost
Pre-taught sensitivity parameters stored on inbuilt sensor memory
Remote sensitivity retrieval or update via IO-Link
Highly tolerant of contamination by dust, liquid droplets or splashes
Robust, Ecolab approved sensors with IP67-rated miniature plastic housings

https://www.oboyle.ro

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  • We use your personal data ONLY to respond to your comments/requests.
  • To receive responses that are appropriate to your requests, we may transfer your email address and your name to the author of the article.
  • For more information on our Privacy Policy and Personal Data Processing, please visit the page: Privacy Policy (GDPR) & Cookies.
  • If you have any questions or concerns regarding the way we process your personal data, you can contact our Data Protection Officer at: gdpr@esp2000.ro
  • Subscribe to our magazine newsletter