Photoelectric sensors and diffuse sensors

Looking to enhance your automation setup? Look no further than our top-notch photoelectric sensors and diffuse sensors. Whether you need a compact sensor for tight spaces or a robust one with an extended range, our sensors deliver outstanding performance, reliability, and quality craftsmanship, all proudly "made in Germany".

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Photoelectric Sensors

Our photoelectric sensors and diffuse sensors offer a wide range of features to meet your needs, such as precise background suppression, accurate small-part detection, and reliable detection of transparent objects. They are designed to operate seamlessly in tough industrial environments, with tightly sealed (IP 69 / IP 67) plastic housings cleared by the Ecolab Standard.

Photoelectric Sensors from Sensopart

Mounting & Alignment

Setting up and aligning sensors is a piece of cake with SensoPart products: user-friendly accessories like the dovetail mounting found in some series, adjustment options via IO-Link, Teach-in button, and control input, as well as the handy Auto-detect function (exclusively available from SensoPart) that enables sensors to automatically identify PNP or NPN wiring, making it easy to use just one sensor variant​

Mounted Photoelectric and diffuse sensors from Sensopart

Why Use Diffuse sensors?

Polished covering panels on machinery, blinking warning lamps on passing vehicles, moving machine parts, sunlight coming through a window – all these are background effects that can make detection of the actual target object considerably more difficult. 

So it is a major advantage if one uses sensors that one can rely on: diffuse sensors with background suppression from SensoPart. They only see what they are supposed to see: the object itself – regardless of the material, shape and color – and nothing else!

Why use diffuse sensors?

The benefits of photoelectric retro-reflective sensors

In photoelectric retro-reflective sensors, both the transmitter and receiver are housed together for convenience. The transmitter emits light that bounces off a reflector and is then analyzed by the receiver. One of the perks of this setup is the compact size of the reflector, making installation a breeze as it's a passive component that doesn't require any additional connections.

THe benefits of photoelectric retro-reflecive sensors

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