Double sheet sensors are used to monitor layers of materials as they are fed into machines. While the default settings for Pepperl+Fuchs’ double sheet sensors are suitable for over 90% of all usable materials, it is important to consider the following factors before choosing which settings to use: environmental conditions, material characteristics, and alignment accuracy. Each of these can affect measurement accuracy in double sheet detection and must be accounted for.
By Blog-Team|2022-02-10T10:15:05+01:00January 17, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|
Storage tanks and silos in many different industries require overfill prevention and continuous level measurement to prevent equipment damage and downtime. This means a broad range of materials, such as chemicals, sludge, and gravel, must be reliably detected to maintain optimal process flows. Ultrasonic sensors from Pepperl+Fuchs are designed to detect and measure the fill level of liquids and solids, no matter their storage location.
Ultrasonic double sheet sensors help ensure continuous, error-free processes in a range of industrial applications. They are used to prevent more than one layer of material from being fed into a machine. The same technology behind double sheet detection can also be applied to label detection applications.
By Blog-Team|2022-02-15T08:31:26+01:00June 06, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|
Laser barcode scanners have been used in material handling applications for decades. It is an integral part of routing boxes down a conveyor line. Read this blog to find out more about the different types of laser barcode readers.
By Blog-Team|2022-03-10T14:36:07+01:00January 29, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|