Presence Sensing Devices

Presence Sensing Devices: Articles

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Presence Sensing Devices: Industry News

Omron Chief Expands Executive Roles

Nigel Blakeway "The key to our future success in the Americas, where the Industrial Automation business can grow to 50 percent of corporate revenue, is our drive to diversify our customer base, support regional differences in product, and application of expertise in local machinery design conventions."
Omron chairman and chief executive Nigel Blakeway adds the role of chief executive officer of Omron Electronics to guide sales activity in the Americas, the region of steadiest growth for the flagship industrial automation business unit that contributes 38 percent in annual sales. 


Presence Sensing Devices: Products

Fail-Safe: Making Automated Metal Fabrication and Welding Safer

Eden is a non-contact safety sensor used on interlocked gates and hatches for non-magnetic, non-contact closure safety that has built in diagnostics and quick disconnect.  The maximum sensing distance is 15 mm ± 2 mm. Up to 30 Eden sensors can be connected in series to achieve the same safety level in the safety circuit. It is also possible to connect safety light beams and E-stops in the same safety circuit.(Click on photo to enlarge it)
These innovative electronic safety components and mechanical interlock switches from ABB Jokab Safety make automated metal fabrication and welding operations safer while maintaining optimal productivity.

Safety Systems Safeguard Personnel and Machinery

Puncture proof and impact resistant ArmorMat safety switch mats are ideal for protecting assets and safeguarding areas, personnel, equipment, and machinery.(Click on image to enlarge it)
These engineered switch products from Tapeswitch connect to machinery to safeguard the manufacturing process in accordance with safety standards and protecting assets, areas, personnel, equipment, and machinery.


SICK launches Z Photoelectric Sensors and the next generation of ELF photoelectric sensors, all rated for harsh environments and offered in a choice of standard front mount or a spherical ball mount.