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Discover how sensors are making the industry more efficient and greener with Telemecanique Sensors and Schneider Electric solutions. Special thanks go out to our customers CASI (Cornerstone Automation Systems) and OMC Machinonderhoud B.V. for their powerful testimonies about Telemecanique Sensors products.
The new Telemecanique Sensors program for photoelectric sensors was announced and previewed during our first online Sensing Solutions Talk event late last year. For those who missed that event, a video recording is now available.
Have a question about a sensor product? A virtual library of sensor information is always available on the Telemecanique Sensors website! This wealth of catalog information is sorted by product range so you can quickly and conveniently locate the appropriate sensor product. The answers to your sensor questions are always just a few clicks away!
Hesitant to make the jump to wireless? The latest white paper from Telemecanique Sensors explains how wireless limit switches can provide the same efficiency and profitability as wired switches; all while eliminating the cost of batteries and wiring!
This year, Telemecanique Sensors is launching a new wide beam Ultrasonic Sensor! A handout featuring the new wide angle Ultrasonic Sensors for mobile equipment is now available!
The line of products which make up the Telemecanique Sensors Elevators Industry offer specifically address the necessary standards, constraints, and detection goals of Elevators worldwide. An easy-to-navigate web page has been created to show how our detection solutions for Elevators perform the functions necessary to take you where you want to go!
Hesitant to make the jump to wireless? The latest white paper from Telemecanique Sensors explains how wireless limit switches can provide the same efficiency and profitability as wired switches; all while eliminating the cost of batteries and wiring!
The Telemecanique Sensors XUB Photoelectric sensor is the “trigger” which activates new automatic sanitizer dispensers. These valuable dispensers provide an important public service while eliminating potentially contaminating physical contact.
The mobile lift application page of our website has been updated with an interactive interface allowing the user to select any mobile lift application sensor and browse more information about that product. The web page shows Telemecanique Sensors detection solutions for boom lift platforms, fork lifts, scissor lift platforms, and truck loading cranes.
The line of sensor products which make up the Telemecanique Sensors automated storage and retrieval system offer specifically address the necessary standards, constraints, and detection goals of storage and retrieval systems worldwide.
Telemecanique Sensors XUSL4M Safety Light Curtains with integrated muting were recently added to the Control Design magazine website as a product feature! The many pre-built and pre-adjusted available muting arms and the free software that comes with the XUSL4M Light Curtains make this a product worthy of notice!
Allan Hottovy, Industrial Automation Training Development Manager for Telemecanique Sensors, was a guest on the program “Automation World Gets Your Questions Answered” podcast! In this informative show, Allan provides answers regarding the security, selection, and implementation of IOT sensors.
Efficient protection of machine operators with uninterrupted automation processes
The new and improved line of XC Limit Switches from Telemecanique Sensors make choosing a Limit Switch source “Simply easy!” Compatible
Farmers, mining engineers, highway transportation management personnel, operators of underground metro railway systems, waste management firms and utility substation operators can now use the digital economy and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) to drive profitability and efficiency gains.
Choosing the right sensor for the application Presence sensing is a broad topic that entails both object detection and machine guarding. Choosing the right device always entails some forethought, especially when installing it in difficult-to-reach or hazardous areas.
Choose the right sensor for hard-to-reach and hazardous areas Presence sensing is a broad topic that entails both object detection and machine guarding. Choosing the right device always entails some forethought, especially when installing it in difficult-to-reach or hazardous areas. Control Design's panel of experts tells you what you need to know.
Machine-guarding effectiveness is essential Presence sensing is a broad topic that entails both object detection and machine guarding. Choosing the right device always entails some forethought, especially when installing it in difficult-to-reach or hazardous areas.
What is being done to ensure the number of robot-related deaths remains as low as it’s been, if not lower?
How to choose between proximity sensor, photo eye and fiberoptic sensor A Control Design reader writes: We had downtime on a production machine due to failure of a presence sensor recently. The inductive sensor that failed had a unique form factor and was embedded in a part nest.