Automotriz: Soluciones de Ensamble Final

  1. An automotive manufacturer was rejecting a supplier’s shipment of rear window assemblies due to faulty defroster grids. The supplier’s existing test procedure measured current draw across the entire heating system to detect an overall failure, but it could not detect the subtle impact of a single heating wire being broken. The window supplier partnered with a Michigan-based machine automation company to create a better test fixture—one that can verify each defrost wire heats to specification prior to shipping.

  2. Soluciones de sensores para detectar la presencia de un techo corredizo en una línea de ensamblaje de automóviles donde se requieren capacidades de alcance extendido.

  3. iVu Plus BCR Gen 2 with 25 mm Micro Lens replaces hand held barcode readers to collect data from dense, difficult-to-read QR codes on vehicle transmissions. A WL50S high-intensity LED spot light illuminates the target area.

  4. Banner’s fixed-field K50 indicator detects gloved hands , sensing when operators select the correct parts during the kitting process. The K50 indicator’s logic function is then able to notify the operator that he/she picked correctly by changing from green to yellow—additional colors can be selected to suite to the manufacturer’s preference. The K50’s ability to detect black gloves is especially important for lean manufacturing processes where workers typically wear dark gloves.

  5. The EZ-LIGHT PVA pick-to-light sensors provide a reliable error-proofing solution for various operation systems. The light indicate to assemblers which items to pick and in which order to pick them.

  6. A Banner wireless solution is a simple way to optimize inventory, reduce errors, and minimize waste. Each SureCross Performance Node with I/O Mapping can be equipped with up to six EZ-LIGHT operator indicator lights. The SureCross Gateway is conveniently located at a central location where maintenance personnel and management can monitor the parts consumption throughout the site.

  7. Un fabricante de equipo construye maquinaria de prueba y medición para la industria automotriz. Los operadores acceden a los sistemas de la máquina a través del armario de control. La intensa iluminación del armario facilita el mantenimiento y la gestión de la máquina. Múltiples luminarias fluorescentes AC han sido utilizadas para esta tarea.

  8. American Hoffmann Corporation eligió la Barra de luz LED WLB32 para iluminar las áreas de trabajo, gabinetes y armarios de control, en sustitución de equipos de iluminación fluorescente. La barra de luz LED WLB32 ofrece una distribución superior de la luz así como la facilidad de instalación, características que fueron factores clave en la decisión de la empresa.

  9. Conforme avanza un vehículo en una línea de ensamblaje automotriz, un sensor láser LT7 L-GAGE de tiempo de vuelo se dirige hacía dentro del techo solar para comprobar que el asiento se ha instalado y está en la posición correcta. Disponible en modelos retro reflectivos con dos salidas discretas (PNP) para rangos extremadamente largos de hasta 250 m, haciéndolo un sensor versátil en la industria automotriz.