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The Japanese company Keyence produces many types of sensors for various purposes with different operating principles. The range includes classic photoelectric presence detectors with LED light source, fiber optic detectors with universal amplifiers and compact heads for use in any environment, laser sensors with a focused laser beam of the visible spectrum and a long sensing distance, positioning sensors that determine the location of an object within predetermined boundaries and deviations from them, image sensors with a built-in artificial intelligence system, guaranteeing stable results, inductive proximity sensors for magnetic and non-magnetic metallic objects. Network communication blocks are also available for connecting sensors to control devices via Ethernet, DeviceNet, EtherCAT, PROFINET, PROFIBUS, RS-232C or CC-Link.
Keyence identification sensors
Keyence manufactures several series of identification sensors with built-in artificial intelligence, which provides unrivaled stability of the results obtained using a special intuitive algorithm. No special programming skills are required to use the sensors. At the same time, the innovative Keyence identification sensors replace complex systems of numerous standard photoelectric or proximity sensors in solving complex problems, which also helps to reduce equipment costs.
Keyence measurement sensors
The range of measurement sensors from the Japanese company Keyence includes high-speed, accurate and precision laser displacement sensors (1D) for measuring distance and position, working on the principle of laser triangulation, 2D / 3D laser scanners for measuring height, area, angle, radius, point-to-point and point-to-line distances, optical and laser micrometers (1D and 2D) for measuring diameter, position and radius, high-speed and high-precision 3D interference sensors based on the principle of white light interferometry, spectral interference displacement sensors with nano-precision for measuring the height or thickness of thin films and other spectral objects. In addition, Keyence manufactures inductive displacement sensors and contact displacement sensors (probes) with a resolution of up to 0.1 micron and the ability to connect multiple units to compare results or calculations.