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Photoelectric sensors, sometimes known as photo eyes, emit a light beam to detect the presence or absence of objects and equipment, as well as changes in surface conditions.
A receiver detects a change in light patterns when the emitted light is stopped or reflected by the item, and the target object or surface is recognised.
Photoelectric sensors are employed in a wide range of sectors, including material handling, packaging, food and beverage, medical, and many more.
The market for photoelectric sensors is fueled by their widespread use in the packaging, manufacturing, and material handling industries to perform tasks such as detection of transparent bottles, object presence monitoring
conveyor positioning monitoring, and wafer control and detection in vacuum conveyor systems. These sensors aid in increasing production, reducing process time and improving overall operational efficiency.
The North America Photoelectric Sensor Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Contrinex Metal M12 and M18 Photoelectric Sensors with IO-Link Compatibility have been introduced to AutomationDirect’s inventory of almost 4,000 sensors and switches for process and discrete control applications.
These Contrinex sensors are available in diffuse, diffuse with adjustable background suppression, retroreflective, and through-beam variants and they are all IP67 certified.
IO-Link compatibility is available on some models, allowing for continuous diagnostic data and simple sensor mode selection. Because all of the sensor outputs are complimentary, they may be utilised as either a light-on or dark-on sensor.
Contrinex photoelectric sensors are UL approved, CE registered, and RoHs compliant, and are produced in the United States.
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