Devices or elements used in industrial settings to monitor and manage various processes and parameters are referred to as factory automation sensors. These sensors are made to collect information and give feedback to automated systems so that they can decide wisely and take exact action.
Detecting and measuring physical quantities including temperature, pressure, level, flow, position, proximity, and vibration is the main function of factory automation sensors. To ensure effective and secure operation, they are integrated into equipment, production lines, and control systems.
The Brazil factory automation sensor accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
In order to improve the effectiveness and performance of industrial operations, Rittal, a renowned producer in the field of factory automation, recently unveiled a cutting-edge range of automation sensors. To suit the changing needs of the manufacturing sector, this new product range combines cutting-edge technology and powerful functionality.
The Intelligent Proximity Sensor (IPS) is one of Rittal’s core sensor devices. The IPS has cutting-edge proximity detection capabilities that allow it to precisely determine whether objects are present or absent inside its field of view.
Advanced algorithms and high-resolution sensing are used by this sensor to deliver precise and reliable identification while reducing false triggers and maintaining maximum operating effectiveness.
The changeable detection ranges and sensitivity levels of the IPS enable for customization and flexibility in a variety of industrial applications. Additionally, the Smart Vision System (SVS), a ground-breaking solution created to improve quality control and inspection procedures, is part of Rittal’s automation sensor range. Modern imaging technology is used by the SVS.
For industrial automation, a variety of sensors are available under the Telemecanique Sensors brand from Schneider Electric. This comprises limit switches, pressure sensors, temperature sensors, photoelectric sensors, ultrasonic sensors, and proximity sensors. These sensors are built to provide precise and dependable parameter detection in industrial settings.
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