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  • Allen-Bradley, a Rockwell Automation Brand

    Allen-Bradley produces clear object ultrasonic sensors, proximity-style ultrasonic sensors, and analog or discrete output ultrasonic sensors. The clear object sensors feature a sensing range of 2 to 30 inches, while the proximity-style sensors can detect solid targets from a distance of up to 1 meter. All three object detecting sensors are used in material handling, packaging, food processing, and transportation applications.

  • SICK, Inc.

    SICK Inc.'s line of object detecting ultrasonic sensors can detect transparent targets or targets with non-uniform surfaces. The sensors are immune to dust, dirt, and fog, and feature sensing ranges up to 6000 mm, 250 mm, or 350 mm. The company also offers an ultrasonic double sheet sensors for detection of foils, metal sheets, and fine corrugated cardboards found in printing applications.

  • Balluff, Inc.

    Balluff Inc.'s line of ultrasonic sensors include sensors specifically designed for object detection. Available with M18, M30, and M12 housing sizes, the sensors feature maximum detection ranges of 1.5m, 2.5m, 6mm, 200mm, 250mm, 300mm, 400mm, and 600mm.

  • Carlo GAVAZZI Automation Components

    Ultrasonic sensors offered by Carlo Gavazzi are designed for object detection of transparent objects that can't be detected by other sensors. Available in block style, 18mm, 30mm, or 12mm cylindrical housing, the sensors can detect objects up to 200mm, 2 meters, 3.5 meters, or 6 meters away.

  • Keyence Corp. of America

    Keyence Corp. manufactures objecting detecting ultrasonic sensors with maximum detection range of 39.37". Used in automotive manufacturing applications, the sensors feature target height display and provide stable detection in severe environments via an external shift function.

  • Finemech Inc

    Finemech Inc. distributes a family of PIL ultrasonic sensors including miniature thru-scan, compact, standard, teach-in flat form, and tele-teach types. The object detecting sensors are available with sensing ranges of 11.8 mm to 6000 mm. The sensors are often used to detect shiny objects, or objects found in foggy or particle laden air environments.