Last updateWed, 19 Jun 2024 7pm

norelem launches photoelectric sensor solution for production facilities

Leading global provider of standard parts and components for the mechanical engineering industry, norelem, has announced the launch of its forked photoelectric sensors, designed to enhance efficiency and accuracy in industrial applications.

Crucial for part recognition, the forked photoelectric sensors allow engineers to optimise their installation processes through precise and reliable contactless object detection for assembly, handling, and packaging technology.

Marcus Schneck, CEO of norelem, comments: "Our forked photoelectric sensors are indispensable tools, designed to seamlessly orchestrate processes, minimise errors, and boost productivity for our customers.

“With integrated transmitter and receiver parts, the sensors can detect the presence or distance of an object without contact and most importantly, bring time savings to our customers by reducing the need for frequent adjustments.”

norelem's forked photoelectric sensors are engineered with precision and durability to provide unparalleled accuracy and reliability to engineers. Users can fine-tune sensitivity using the integrated potentiometer, enabling precise detection of minute components. Adjustable settings accommodate flexibility in various application needs, supporting dark switching (NC contact) and light switching (NO contact).

Enhancing usability and adaptability across various industrial applications, the sensors offer durability due to their robust metal housing and versatility with fork widths ranging from 10 to 220 mm. They also boast rapid response times and real-time monitoring capabilities.

Emitting a fine light spot with remarkable precision, the forked photoelectric sensors utilise visible red or invisible infrared light beams to detect even the smallest parts, holes, grooves, or notches. Due to its high protection class rating of IP67, the sensors can operate in harsh environments and conditions such as dust, dirt, water, and other liquids.


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