Newsletter 2017

May 15, 2017

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The New Standard in Laser Safety Scanners

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[NEW] A New Standard in Safety Laser Scanners
The new SZ Series Laser Safety Scanner supports PROFINET/PROFIsafe with additional value-added features. A detachable display unit allows setting confirmation and operation from a remote or more convenient location, whilst built-in cameras enable users to view the detection area and monitor status via real-time video.
Instantaneously Counting Contaminants and Foreign Particles
Are you visually counting and analysing microscopic contaminants or foreign particles? With a digital microscope, you can automate this work and to high accuracy. This has uses in fields ranging from engine-related analysis to post-experiment filter observation.
Regularly Measuring Part Dimensions to Micron Accuracy?
New technology from KEYENCE makes it possible to take dimensional measurements of parts that can't be achieved using conventional measuring microscopes or shadowgraphs. The IM Series Image Dimension Measurement System enables easy, quick and accurate measurement in just 3 seconds.
Five Advantages of Non-Contact Measurement
Why are many people switching from conventional micrometers and hand calipers to non-contact measurement systems? Read our top 5 reasons to consider switching to non-contact measurement. This guide details the advantages of non-contact measurement and provides tips for improving productivity.
Laser Marker Case Study: Combined Marking and Image Capture
Work that was conventionally performed with separate devices, such as part marking, character inspection and code reading, can now be done with a single system. KEYENCE laser markers include a built-in camera, enabling 4 unique functions which combine marking and imaging processes. Learn more with this free guide.
Code Readers Anyone Can Configure Easily
Read codes at the push of a button! The Function Button of the KEYENCE SR Series Code Reader lets anyone configure the device to the optimal settings to match the marking style, with no PC required.
21 Megapixel Vision System
21 megapixel image processing makes wide-field inspections possible, including inspection of defects over a much larger target area. Perform highly accurate inspections with twice the accuracy of a 5 megapixel camera.
Contact Sensors with Improved Accuracy and Reliability
Our contact sensor uses a new principle, different from LVDT and Pulse Count, to achieve high levels of durability and accuracy. This reduces man-hours spent on maintenance and adjustment. It also supports various transmission methods, reducing the time spent on electrical design and startup.

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