Press Release for Banner Engineering
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B. Opposed mode sensing for materials handling is one of many applications for Q20 photoelectric sensors from Banner Engineering. Download High Res Image
BANNER ENGINEERING INTRODUCES HIGH PERFORMANCE
A new series of high performance photoelectric sensors has been introduced by Banner Engineering with a compact rectangular housing style that is popular throughout the world. All models have molded-in 3 mm threaded mounting holes on standard 25.4 mm spacing for quick installation.
The new WORLD-BEAM® Q20 series includes opposed, polarized and non-polarized retroreflective, and diffuse sensors. Their highly durable overmolded enclosures have IP67 and NEMA6 ratings, assuring reliable performance in washdown environments and other demanding conditions.
The wide array of models and sensing modes in the Q20 series provide sensing solutions for many applications in material handling, automated manufacturing, packaging, food processing, electronics and semiconductors.
The range performance of the Q20 is typically found only in much larger housing styles. Most models offer a visible red beam for easy alignment. All feature bright LED status indicators with 360° visibility. The advanced ASIC design minimizes crosstalk and interference from both electromagnetic and RF sources. Cabling is supplied as 2m or 9m attached, or Pico- or Euro-style quick disconnect.
Banner Engineering is continuously expanding its WORLD-BEAM family to provide universal solutions for sensor users requiring a wide range of models and sizes. Background Suppression models will be added to the Q20 family in the coming months.
Banner Engineering is one of the world's leading manufacturers of vision sensors, photoelectric and ultrasonic sensors, fiber optic assemblies, machine guarding systems, and precision measurement and inspection systems. The company provides local application support worldwide.
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