Newsletter 2017

July 18, 2017

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Automation & Inspection Guides for Engineers

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Our Beginner's Guide to Sensors
Mastering the basic principles of different sensor types can help to realise productivity gains and optimise efficiency. This guide covers a range of different sensors and their typical applications, helping you to identify the ideal device for your application.
Detect ANY Change in Appearance!
The Full-Spectrum LR-W Series Sensor solves the widest range of applications of any KEYENCE sensor developed to date. Solve presence/absence applications, differentiate products with slight variations, detect registration marks and verify object colour all with a single self-contained device.
Select Your Ideal Static Eliminator
Browse the full range of static elimination devices available from KEYENCE and their typical applications in our richly detailed catalogue. Understand the strengths and weaknesses of the technology available and select the right solution for your application using this trusted document.
Illustrated Guide to Digital Observation
Read the latest edition of our popular guide on Digital Microscopy. It contains over 30 pages of illustrations and explanations of various analysis techniques, including the optical mechanisms of lenses, lighting optimisation, and the latest digital observation methods.
Code Readers from KEYENCE
This general catalogue covers the full range of KEYENCE Code Reading and Auto ID products including fixed and handheld models, as well as different camera and laser types. Learn about the latest part and product management application.
An Introduction to Laser Marking
Laser technology is constantly evolving, so to help you keep up we've compiled this guide on the latest in Laser Marker technology. Learn the basics of oscillation principles, the differences in oscillation methods and the characteristics of different wavelengths.
Vision System Techniques for In-line Applications
This guide contains a collection of explanations of experts' tricks for stabilising detections.

·Removing diffuse reflections (glare)
·Detecting a specific wavelength range
·Emphasising contrast differences using different illumination colours

Technical E-news

Learn the latest in sensors, vision systems, measuring instruments, laser markers and microscopes.