Leuze electronic, Inc. recently introduced its KRT 3C contrast sensor, the smallest contrast sensor the company has ever produced for use in the packaging industry. With its 11 x 32 x 17 mm housing size and IP67 and IP69K ratings, the KRT 3C is designed for use in tight spaces. It can operate using RGB, white or red laser light from LED and laser sources. It has a response time of 50 µs (laser: 125 µs) and minimal signal jitter. It has an operating range of 14.5 mm ± 2 mm, switching frequency of 4,000-10,000 Hz and has three teach levels that can be operated via Teach Button, cable, or IO-Link. It is designed for easy configuration, deployment, and maintenance and can be integrated into an automation system. The KRT 3C can be used for a variety of functions in packaging processing, such as determining when packaging film is cut, or detecting the end of a packaging film roll.
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Contact: Leuze electronic, Inc.
Headquarters: New Hudson, MI, USA
Product: KRT 3C
Key Features: IP67 and IP69K ratings, 50 µs (laser: 125 µs) response time, 14.5 mm ± 2 mm operating range
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