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January 15, 2011 / Dan Ackermann

Panasonic Automation Sensors

The Panasonic Automation Sensor product line is comprised of:

With a complete line of self-contained photoelectric sensor solutions Panasonic offers some of the smallest sensors in the world. Panasonic sensors have unmatched simplicity, versatility and provide advanced features that include background/foreground suppression for protection against unwanted detection.

Our line of fiber optic sensors and sensor heads offer stable detection for any application, including those in hazardous environments. With over 200 fiber optic sensor heads to choose from, you are covered from every angle, whether you need long distance, a high-temperature rating, or if you have limited mounting space.

Our line of pressure sensors consist of self-contained and separate head types for maximum application coverage. Our sensor options include positive pressure, vacuum and compound pressure ranges as well as multiple port size and output configurations.

Offering units with no dead zone detection and built-in muting and blanking functions, we can provide you with a solution that is tailored to the needs of your machine. Explore the models listed below to find the best light curtain for your needs.

Our laser amplifiers contain the same high-speed response and built-in features that can be found in the high end fiber optic amplifiers, so you are ensured the highest quality sensing available. Explore the models listed below to find the best sensor for your needs.

Options include 2 and 3 wire DC types along with low cost, compact basic types. Also, for high-performance sensing, our separate amplifier type handles high-speed operations. Explore the models listed below to find the best light curtain for your needs.


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