E3AS-HL CMOS Photoelectric Sensors
A new family to our E3AS line that incorporates CMOS technology into a small package.
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Manufacturers seeking to better address sensing challenges on flexible manufacturing lines can benefit from the E3AS-HL Series CMOS photoelectric sensors recently launched by industrial automation solutions provider Omron Automation Americas.
HOFFMAN ESTATES, IL, October 19, 2020 – Complete automation solutions provider Omron Automation Americas has released a new complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) photoelectric sensor family, the E3AS-HL Series. Designed to help manufacturers enhance flexibility and minimize maintenance needs, the new sensors provide stable detection even as objects vary thanks to their CMOS image array technology and the option to use either a line beam or a spot beam model.
Stable detection can be challenge on flexible manufacturing lines, given that conventional sensors often require user adjustments to accommodate an object’s uneven shape or even require a change-out when the object’s opacity, color or pattern changes. Omron’s unique sensing technology dramatically reduces the influence of color patterns, glossiness and shape to allow for reliable detection amid changing production requirements.
The E3AS-HL Series also reduces the need for specialized engineering knowledge thanks to its simple teaching mechanism that makes setup quick and easy. Operators can complete the setup process by simply pressing the teach button, while the OLED display provides highly visible and clear status information. The sensors offer a variety of teaching options, including two-point object teaching, background suppression (BGS) teaching, foreground suppression (FGS) teaching and window setting for both FGS and BGS.
Industry professionals seeking to learn more about the new CMOS photoelectric sensors are encouraged to visit the E3AS-HL Series product page on the Omron website.
Omron Automation is an industrial automation partner that creates, sells and services fully integrated automation solutions that include sensing, control, safety, vision, motion, robotics and more. Established in 1933, Omron's 30,000 employees help businesses solve problems with creativity in more than 110 countries. Learn more at http://automation.omron.com/.