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The Pro I/O variant has an industry-leading 9-meter protective field range, safeHDDM scanning technology, 275° scanning angle, and Ethernet connectivity. The addition of I/O connectivity with Ethernet makes for the best of both worlds; the I/O provides universal and versatile use while Ethernet allows for full digitalization functions, like…
Space-saving dimensions, low-profile construction, detection heights adjustable in practical increments, and a blind zone-free design ensure an easy integration in machines where space is limited. The performance of the SLG-2 with its patented optics is complemented by the integrated smart task functionality and extensive diagnostic options. With…
The Ruler3000 combines SICK’s groundbreaking Ranger3 streaming camera with a Class 2 eye-safe laser, pre-selected optics and fixed geometries to enable much simpler configuration and commissioning. With industry-standard compliance giving comprehensive access to machine vision software tools, the Ruler3000 dramatically cuts time and complexity…
The next generation W4F with its highly rugged Vistal plastic housing offers sensor functions and performance characteristics that were previously only available in the larger W16 and W26 product families from SICK. The Blue Pilot operating concept has been implemented in the W4F. The next generation of miniature photoelectric sensors offer the…
The scanGrid2 safely detects objects of a variety of sizes within the freely configurable protective field zones, can evaluate multiple fields, and can execute configurable monitoring cases. A warning field zone extending up to four meters beyond the safe working range can be employed for non-safety actions.
The sBot Stop – URCap and sBot Speed – URCap are easy-to-use safety systems based on the smart combination of the nanoScan3 safety laser scanner and UR Robot safety features. These solutions work well in handling operations using robot applications with free access and enable manufacturers to achieve safety without sacrificing productivity.
The SICK DBS60I-W washdown encoder delivers all the high-resolution performance of SICK’s popular DBS60 incremental encoder but in a robust IP69K-rated, 316L (V4A) stainless steel housing. The specially developed deflector shield is designed to protect the shaft seal from ingress of water and caustic chemicals during high-pressure washdown. As a…
The Flexi Compact safety controller offers users in the machine building sector improved usability in many areas. The modular hardware platform enables integration in a flexible, application-appropriate, and cost-efficient manner. If the demands on the safety controller increase, it can subsequently be adapted or extended by up to 12 modules. The…
Originally launching in 2016, the microScan3 is an extremely intelligent and durable safety laser scanner that enhances machine availability and productivity due to its safeHDDM scanning technology. It provides flexibility for safe automation processes with simultaneous protective fields, contour detection fields, and detailed data output. In…
The TiM240 is the first variant in the TiM2xx series and has an enclosure rating of IP65 for indoor use. The TiM240 scans a 240° area up to 10m away at speeds up to 15 times per second. This allows the user to cover a relatively large space (200m2) with one scanner and to quickly transmit any measurement changes to the controller via Ethernet. The…
Slip-resistant, without measuring elements, without damaging sensitive surfaces and without wear and tear on tactile sensor elements – the SPEETEC® from SICK is an innovative, non-contact sensor for speed and length measurement of objects moving in a linear path.
The PeopleCounter (PeCo) is a SensorApp developed by SICK that enables anonymous data processing and differentiation of people from objects over large detection areas. Based on the hardware of the MRS1000 3D LiDAR sensor, measurement data generates as a point cloud. The integrated PeopleCounter app reliably identifies people using their contours.…
The small and compact image-based code reader measures just 30mm x 40mm x 50mm and supplements SICK’s Lector series of code readers for detecting 1D, 2D, and stacked codes. It can be used primarily for the intralogistics, automotive, consumer goods, and electronics and solar markets. 
In the SICK AppSpace eco-system, programmable sensors and edge devices can be configured for new tasks using SensorApps. Many apps are already available for download via the SICK AppPool. For specific applications, SensorApps can also be used independently by the customer and developed together with SICK experts and the support of a developer…
With the measurement of compressed and non-corrosive gases, it reliably displays three parameters at once by measuring the flow, pressure, and temperature. In doing so, it saves the customer money through improved energy management with the reliable detection of leaks. This new flow sensor is also very lightweight and compact, making it ideal for…
Based on successful microScan3 technology, the 2D safety sensor, nanoScan3, uses patented safeHDDM® scan technology. This enables the nanoScan3 to hold up well even in harsh or challenging ambient conditions. It is impervious to interferences like dust, contamination, and ambient light.
Spontaneous errors in the manufacturing process can be a thing of the past thanks to the new EventCam from SICK. This industrial-grade 2D camera brings clarity when unexplained gripping, handling and positioning problems arise or when unreproducible installation errors or machine downtimes occur.
The Safe Robotics Area Protection (SRAP) safety system from SICK provides process-based protection for collaborative robot applications. The safety system provides machine operators with unrestricted, yet safe, access to a robot’s working area at any time, by adapting the operating conditions to the position of the person.
SICK is launching its newest safety laser scanner, outdoorScan3. It is the first safety laser scanner certified to IEC 62998 for use in outdoor applications.
SICK announces the launch of SICK’s Safe Portal Solutions. Safe Portal Solutions from SICK ensure flexible, efficient safeguarding for automated material transfer stations.
SICK announces the launch of the deTec4 safety light curtain. The deTec4 is a new generation of safety light curtains. With protective heights of 300 millimeters to 2,100 millimeters and an IP65, IP67 and IP69K enclosure rating, the deTec4 is proven for use in harsh environments.
SICK announced the launch of the W16 and W26 photoelectric sensors. The W16 and W26 were designed as smart sensors so they can be configured remotely via IO-Link for efficient set up. As smart sensors, W16 and W26 also offer additional diagnostic functions that can be used to predict maintenance and other smart tasks.
SICK announced the launch of SES/SEM70/90 Motor Feedback Encoders. The SES/SEM70/90 are motor feedback systems offered in 25 mm and 55 mm diameters that use holistic sensing capacitive technology, which makes them unaffected by external influences such as electromagnetic interference and humidity.
SICK is opening up the HIPERFACE DSL interface and, in doing so, is making the technology available to all users. The market is now set to be provided with yet more extensive solutions. Manufacturers of servo drive technology will benefit from an enhanced product portfolio and gain the security of working with an open and established interface.
SICK announced the launch of the microScan3 Core safety laser scanner. The microScan3 Core is a compact safety laser scanner with a 5.5 m range and an industry first 275° scanning angle ideal for area and access guarding.
Sick announced the launch of the DFS60S Pro incremental encoder for functional safety. The DFS60S Pro incremental encoder is a certified safety product up to SIL2 (IEC 61508), SILCL2 (EN 62061), PL d (EN ISO 13849), Category 3 (EN ISO 13849). When used with the company's MOC Drive monitor and Flexi controls , the DFS60S Pro incremental…
SICK announced the launch of the TriSpector1000 vision sensor for cost-efficient and reliable 3D inspection. The TriSpector1000 is a stand-alone, configurable 3D vision sensor that reliably inspects objects regardless of variations in object color, shape or position.
SICK Inc., Minneapolis, Minn., today announced the launch of the deTec4 Prime safety light curtain for reliable protection even in the toughest environments. Additional functionalities of the deTec4 Prime include a built-in laser alignment aid—only from SICK—that provides a visible laser that saves time when setting up or readjusting the light…
SICK announced the launch of the Dx50-2 PRO distance sensor, featuring a proprietary High-Definition Distance Measurement (HDDM) platform that provides greater precision at longer sensing distances and an industry-leading operating temperature range and ambient light tolerance.
ICK announced the launch of the KTM contrast sensor.
SICK announced the launch of the Profiler 2 short range distance sensor for measuring profiles and surfaces of complex objects with one laser line.
SICK announced the launch of explosion-proof safety light curtains to meet safety regulations for explosive environments.
SICK announced the launch of the TiM351 2D laser scanner for outdoor-rated detection applications.
SICK announced the launch of the AHS/AHM36 absolute encoder.
SICK announced the launch of the Glare sensor for reliable detection of glossy objects.
SICK announced the launch of the MLG-2 automation light grids.
SICK announced the launch of the G10 photoelectric sensor with Q-Lock mounting.
SICK announced the launch of the CLV600 IP 69K Housing bar code scanners, which provide high read rates in challenging conditions.
SICK announced the launch of the CQ4 capacitive proximity sensor for detecting and monitoring a wide range of objects and materials.
SICK announced the launch of the low cost OD Mini short range distance sensor for precise measurement tasks.
SICK announced the launch of the high-resolution LECTOR650 image-based code reader for high performance 1D and 2D code reading.
SICK announced the launch of the TIM551 2D laser scanner.
SICK has announced R/IR sensors for zero pressure accumulation applications.
SICK announced the launch of the SAM inductive sensor for speed and acceleration monitoring.
SICK announced the launch of the Flexi Loop safety controller node.
SICK announced the launch of the DFS2X line of programmable incremental encoders.
SICK announced the launch of the CM12 capacitive sensor.
SICK announced the launch of the DBS36 and DBS50 incremental encoders.
SICK announced the launch of the Dx35 line of laser distance measurement sensors.
SICK announced the launch of the deTec4 Core safety light curtain.
SICK announced the launch of the Frame Light Grids (FLG) for detecting and counting parts as small as 4mm in size.
SICK announced the launch of the MPA magnetic positioning sensor with analog output.
SICK announced the launch of the WTB4 MultiLine Photoelectric sensor.
SICK has launched the AFS60 and AFM60 absolute encoders with Industrial Ethernet.
SICK announced the launch of its DDS36 and DDS50 incremental encoders.
SICK offers its new A3M encoder with integrated Profibus output.
SICK has launched the Inspector Viewer. The Viewer is a compact, real-time, touch-screen monitor that provides advanced monitoring and trending capabilities for Inspector Vision Sensors — right next to the production line.
SICK announced the launch of the Lector620 image-based reader for 1D and 2D codes. The Lector620 is ideal for track and traceability applications.
SICK announced it has launched the Inspector P30 Positioning Sensor. The Inspector P series offers a flexible method for part location and provides a precise positioning point of a known target.
SICK Inc. announced the launch of its W9-3 photoelectric sensor, a high-performance sensor in an extremely tough plastic housing.

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Sick Inc., Minneapolis, a manufacturer of sensors, safety systems, machine vision, encoders and automatic identification solutions for factory, logistics and process automation, promoted Elise Furlan to general counsel for Sick.