Color photoelectric sensors utilize energetic-diffuse sensing technology to detect variations in target color, allowing color sorting or color control.
A “teach-in” function is used to program up to three separate outputs. Contrinex color photoelectric sensors also feature five selectable tolerance levels for each output, enabling the sensor to recognize or ignore even the smallest variations of color.
Contrast sensors are ideal for detecting print marks in printing, labelling and packaging processes. Using a narrowly focused light beam and RGB emission technology, contrast sensors automatically select the best emission color (red, green or blue) during the teach-in procedure.
Excellent contrast resolution, a high switching frequency (up to 10 kHz) and five tolerance levels ensure accurate detection and positioning, even when contrast differences are minimal. The integral IO-Link interface may be used to reduce changeover times through remote teach-in and parameterization. Other control functions, including monitoring, diagnosis and switching timer adjustment are also available.
Contrinex color and contrast sensors have a rugged PBTP housing (40 mm x 50 mm x 15 mm) with IP67 enclosure rating and are available in cable or adjustable (0°, 45° or 90°) connector versions.