Smart Sensors Advance Lab Automation

If you are looking for 1D and 2D sensors and vision systems for the laboratory automation industry, Leuze electronic will be demonstrating its Lab Automation portfolio including Bar Code Readers for 1D and its latest 2D imagers and sensors. Applications include carousel reading with short reading distances starting at 15 mm, multi-lane scanning, point of care, immunohistochemistry/microplate/pcr, part in place, and decapping sensing.

 

Launched in recently, the Vision System ACR 300i comes with a wide range of easy-to-use image processing sensors. The system is also easy to handle due to a viewer software and EtherNet/IP, Ethernet, PROFINET, RS422, and RS232 interfaces. It is also said to make a significant difference in efficiency when it comes to saving time during setup and when changing products.

Industry Event

Sensors Expo & Conference

Register now and save with Early Bird Rates – Limited Passes Available!

North America’s can’t-miss event dedicated to sensors, connectivity, and IoT will take place this June 22-24 in San Jose, CA. Attendees can make connections, collaborate with experts & peers, get insight into emerging technology & trends, and find new approaches to evergreen challenges. Use promo code FE100 for $100 off Conference Passes.

 

The DCR series is believed to be one of the smallest imager-based 2D readers on the market with the capability to read 2D, 1D, and stacked codes. Models are available in an open OEM style without housing or integrated with housing and cable included with either an RS-232 or a USB interface. The company’s 3C optical sensors are available as polarized retro-reflective photoelectric sensors or diffuse sensors with background suppression using either LED, laser-visible, or infrared light. Models include Power Reserve for added sensing capability, easy handling ability, and many modular options are available.

 

Leuze electronic

New Hudson, MI

248-486-4466

[email protected]

http://www.leuzeusa.com

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