Detection

Detection

01 Perforated Object
Reliably detecting perforated objects such as grid boxes or circuit boards.
Ultrasonic sensors
Ultrasonic sensors use the characteristics of sound waves to provide a contactless and accurate detection solution for detecting the status and distance of objects.
By emitting mechanical sound waves with a high frequency and receiving the sound waves reflected back by the objects encountered, the precise distance or status of the target object can be obtained by calculating the time or energy between transmitting and receiving the sound waves.
02 Size and Shape
Sensors and systems determine the dimensions and profiles of objects based on their measurement data.
Measuring light curtains 
03 Edge Detection
Detecting the leading edge of moving objects.
Measuring light curtains 
laser scanning radar
04 Level and Empty Containers
To ensure that the radar beam can scan the surface of the liquid or material, it is typically positioned above or beside the container where fill level detection is required. The measurement of time delay can be used to determine the fill level or detect an empty container. Depending on the requirements, alarms can be triggered, control devices can be activated, or data can be recorded.
Ultrasonic sensors
Ultrasonic sensors use the characteristics of sound waves to provide a contactless and accurate detection solution for detecting the status and distance of objects.
By emitting mechanical sound waves with a high frequency and receiving the sound waves reflected back by the objects encountered, the precise distance or status of the target object can be obtained by calculating the time or energy between transmitting and receiving the sound waves.
laser scanning radar
05 Quality Control
Used for measuring the thickness of materials to ensure consistency in the manufacturing process.Surface quality, flatness, or other surface quality issues of products.Detecting defects in materials, such as cracks or bubbles, etc.
laser scanning radar
Ultrasonic sensors
Ultrasonic sensors use the characteristics of sound waves to provide a contactless and accurate detection solution for detecting the status and distance of objects.
By emitting mechanical sound waves with a high frequency and receiving the sound waves reflected back by the objects encountered, the precise distance or status of the target object can be obtained by calculating the time or energy between transmitting and receiving the sound waves.
Laser displacement sensors