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Sensor Selection Simplified – Hands-on online session (RECORDED)

Arrangert 27. apr
Webinar

Practical tips and tricks for choosing the right sensor

Interested in upgrading your skills on photoelectric Sensors ?

Join our recorded on-line session where Omrons sensor expert provides you practical inputs and guidance for choosing the sensor, best suited for your specific application.

Using live hands-on application examples, you will in this session learn how to overcome the most common topics faced when selecting sensors for your machines. These sensor challenges are found and relevant in all industries, across many different production machineries. They include:

  • Change or adding of different packaging materials with color patterns and gloss

  • Dealing with moist, heat, cold, dust, oil

  • Stops in the production for cleaning or setting-up sensors

  • Stable detection of uneven objects

  • False readings due to mutual sensor interference or ambient light influences

  • Misdetection as a result of mounting angles or object shapes, especially with glossy or mat objects

  • Effective and flexible production lines vs. increase in change-overs and subsequent sensor teaching

The presentation is be performed in Danish.