Omron’s new N-Smart sensor family
08 August 2013
Omron’s new N-Smart sensor family provides a range of flexible solutions on a common hardware platform providing solutions even for the most challenging of sensing applications.
Omron’s new N-Smart sensor family provides a range of flexible sensor solutions on a common hardware platform. From advanced fibre optic sensors to long distance diffuse and CMOS BGS laser sensors, the N-Smart family can provide a solution to even the most challenging of sensing applications. The N-Smart sensor can be used standalone for individual applications, or have the option to be networked on an EtherCAT fieldbus network, providing a high speed distributed solution.
Networked solutions not only provide basic I/O information, but also allow all configuration and measurement data information to be integrated seamlessly with the machine control system.
E3NX-FA Advanced Fibre Optic Amplifier
The new E3NX-FA range of fibre amplifiers are available with a single output as standard and up to two outputs in advanced models, these innovative amplifiers offer high speed operation and simple auto-tuning, comprehensive support for manual tuning, and the industry’s widest dynamic range to ensure stable detection of targets
E3NC-L Smart Laser Sensor
The E3NC-L compact laser sensors have been designed to provide a smaller detection spot and longer operating distances than is possible with conventional photoelectric sensors, enabling everything from minute object detection to long distance detection. Two models are available – one with a variable spot size to enable stable detection of objects at sensing distances up to 1200mm, and one with a spot size of 0.1mm and a sensing distance of 70mm ±15mm, delivering pinpoint precision for the stable detection of minute targets even at close range.
E3NC-S BGS CMOS Laser SensorThe E3NC-S compact CMOS laser sensors enable stable detection from 35mm to 250mm. The sensors incorporate Omron’s unique HSDR (high speed and dynamic range) CMOS technology, which adjusts the shutter time of the CMOS sensor according to the target, and adjusts the emission power to optimise the light intensity level. The HDSR technology makes it easy to tune the sensor for a range of different objects, from cast metal to glossy metal, and from black rubber to white ceramic.