Slot Sensors and Part Sensing Arrays

Slot sensors, sometimes called optical fork sensors because of their "forked" shape, detect objects that pass between the two arms—one with the emitter, the other with the receiver. The fixed slot width provides reliable opposed-mode sensing of objects as small as 0.30 mm.

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  1. Rugged Metal Slot Sensor: SLM Series

    Rugged metal sensor detects objects that pass between the opposed-mode emitter and receiver. They are easy to mount, focus-beamed sensors with powerful optics.

  2. Part Verification Array: PVA Series

    The PVA Pick-to-Light Sensor helps reduce missed and misassembled parts for increased quality and reduced production costs. With high visible job lights, Banner Engineering's PVA provides the most reliable solution for error proofing

  3. Single Piece Part Verification Array: PVD Series

    PVD Pick-to-Light Sensors are compact, one-piece solutions useful in many part assembly, pick-to-light and error-proofing applications.

  4. Parts Verification Array: PVL Series

    Highly visible pick and mis-pick indication with mounting versatility.

  5. Small and Flat Object Detection: LX Series

    The LX Part-Sensing Arrays provides wide area detection used for detecting small parts on conveyors, part ejection verification and leading edge detection.

  6. Slot Sensors: SL10 & SL30 Series

    The SL10 and SL30 are a fixed-distance slot sensor with a 10mm and 30mm-wide sensing slot in a rugged U-shaped housing.

  7. Programmable Slot Sensors: SLE10 & SLE30 Expert Series

    The SLE10 Expert and SLE30 Expert are a fixed-distance slot sensor with a 10mm and 30mm-wide sensing slot in a rugged U-shaped housing with faster response speed.

  8. Label Detection Sensors: SLC1 Series

    A high-speed, high-precision label sensor. Adaptive Digital Logic enables the SLC1 to learn label characteristics, enabling it to reliably detect minute differences in material contrast levels.