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Ohio: Bannerís new Parts Verification Array system is solving assembly
problems involving missing parts at the end of the production line right
here in Cleveland. By
using Bannerís New Parts Verification Array Photoeye system, it will
reduce the number of errors in your assembly operation.
Call and ask for your Meier Salesmen to demo Bannerís new Parts
Verification Array system.
The Parts Verification Array is a simple, easy-to-use light screen suited to many part assembly operations. The PVA consists of an emitter and a receiver, mounted to create a light screen across the access to a parts bin or tray. The sensors are easily interfaced to your process controller, which is programmed to control the desired assembly sequence. Large, bright "job lights" on both sensors are turned ON by the process controller to guide the assembler to the proper bin. The PVA senses when the assembler reaches into each bin to select parts and signals the process controller to continue the sequence.
Use of the PVA system can reduce the time spent on training, quality inspections, and rework. This totally visual communication system can eliminate many training obstacles, including language barriers. Worker efficiency is increased, as there is constant indication of where each assembler last left off prior to a break or a work stoppage.
PVA sensors are available in four lengths: 100 mm, 225 mm, 300 mm, and 375 mm (4", 9", 12", and 15"). Emitter and receiver may be separated by up to 2 m (6.5). Wide beam pattern provides easy sensor alignment.
|L-GAGE Laser Gauging Sensors
Banners new Class 2 visible laser displacement sensor brings a sophisticated yet cost-effective solution to precision measurement applications. L-GAGE Series sensors feature all-in-one design, with no separate controller required.
Near and far sensing window limits are quickly set using simple, push-button (or remote signal) TEACH-mode programming. One sensor can simultaneously provide both analog and discrete (switched) outputs, and sensing window limits for each output may be independently programmed if desired. The analog signal features Banners unique scalable output (patent pending), which automatically distributes the 4 to 20 milliamp output signal over the width of the programmed sensing window. Sensing resolution is 10 microns at the slowest response setting.
L-GAGE Laser Gauging Sensors boast many additional features, including selectable response speed, self-diagnostics with alarm output, comprehensive status indicator system, and unique output "hold" function in case of momentary signal loss in profiling applications.
The mini-beamģ is the worlds most popular photoelectric sensor. The new MINI-BEAM Expert features a highly advanced "teachable" microprocessor which "learns" the output ON and OFF conditions with the push of a single button. The sensors algorithm (U.S. Patent #5,808,296) samples the two sensing conditions and automatically adjusts sensitivity to the optimal setting. Remote programming of the sensor using an external switch or process controller is easily accomplished via a dedicated teach input.
The MINI-BEAM Expert is available in many sensing modes to solve virtually every sensing application in your plant. Sensing modes include: regular and wide-angle diffuse (proximity), polarized retroreflective, and convergent beam, plus infrared and visible-beam fiber optics. Visible red, green, blue and white beam convergent and fiber optic models excel at color mark sensing, as required in registration control applications. A special retroreflective clear material detector is also available.