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- From factory automation to logistics automation and process automation, SICK is one of the leading sensor manufacturers in the world. As a technology and market leader, SICK provides sensors and application solutions that create the perfect basis for controlling processes securely and efficiently, protecting individuals from accidents, and preventing damage to the environment. The company, which was founded in 1946 by Dr. Erwin Sick, has its headquarters in Waldkirch im Breisgau near Freiburg in Germany. With more than 50 subsidiaries and equity investments as well as many agencies, SICK has a presence all over the world.

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Image of SICK's ELF3 Hybrid Photoelectric Sensors

ELF3 Hybrid Photoelectric Sensors

SICK's ELF-3 family of hybrid photoelectric sensors support basic functions for presence detection applications.

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Image of SICK Detec4 Core Light Curtains

Detec4 Core Light Curtains

SICK's deTec4 Core safety light curtain features an innovative system of brackets, no blind zones, and the increased height of its protective field.

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Image of SICK SureSense (H18) Photoelectric Sensor

SureSense (H18) Photoelectric Sensor

SICK's SureSense family of photoelectric sensors provides reliable detection of virtually any object in any environment.

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IME Inductive Sensors

SICK's inductive sensors offer precise detection, less downtime, and a long service life.

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Two Adjustable Switching Points in One Sensor with the MZ2Q Magnetic Cylinder from SICK

The MZ2Q magnetic cylinder sensors have two adjustable switching points in one sensor, reducing installation time. It is available in both T-slot (t slot) and C-slot housings.

Package Ejection with MZ2Q

The MZ2Q cylinder sensor with its compact design is used for sensing the end position at the pneumatic cylinder and for detecting intermediate positions.

S300 Mini safety laser scanner from SICK

S300 Mini, the world's smallest safety laser scanner, with an installation volume of only 850 cm³ and a footprint of only 95cm².

Tutorial from SICK: Why do you need safety switches?

Monitoring physical guards is the main application for safety switches. Safety switches will initiate a machine stop if activated or restrict access.

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