Fiber Sensors

A Fiber Sensor is a type of Photoelectric Sensor that enables the detection of objects in narrow locations by transmitting light from a Fiber Amplifier Unit with a Fiber Unit.

Features

  1. Detection in Narrow Locations

The small sensing section and flexible Fiber Unit cable enable a Fiber Sensor to detect objects in narrow locations.

  1. Superior Environmental Resistance

The sensing section of a Fiber Unit has no electric circuits. This makes it highly reliable even under severe environmental conditions, such as temperature, vibration, shock, water, and electrical noise conditions.

  1. Easy Installation

The Fiber Unit can be installed close to the sensing object. This allows you to freely select where to install the Fiber Amplifier Unit.

  1. Virtually No Sensing Object Restrictions

These sensors operate on the principle that an object interrupts or reflects light, so they are not limited like Proximity Sensors to detecting metal objects. This means they can be used to detect virtually any object, including glass, plastic, wood, and liquid.

  1. Fast Response Time

The response time is extremely fast because light travels at high speed and the Sensor performs no mechanical operations because all circuits are comprised of electronic components.

  1. Non-contact Sensing

There is little chance of damaging sensing objects or Sensors because objects can be detected without physical contact. This ensures years of Sensor service.

  1. Color Identification

The rate at which an object reflects or absorbs light depends on both the wavelength of the emitted light and the color of the object. This property can be used to detect colors.

  1. Easy Adjustment

Positioning the beam on an object is simple with models that emit visible light because the beam is visible.

Types of Fiber Sensors

Fiber Sensors

Fiber Sensors

With these Separate-amplifier Sensors, the light from the Amplifier is transmitted through a fiber to enable detection in narrow places, other locations with limited access.

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