These technical materials have been packed with information on the mechanism of static electricity—something that cannot be seen with the naked eye—as well as countermeasures to eliminate static. From the principles behind static electricity to charging mechanisms, characteristics, and countermeasures, with this guide, you'll be able to master the basics of static electricity in no time.
At KEYENCE, we have prepared bar, fan, and spot-type static eliminators to meet your applications needs, Feel free to contact KEYENCE if you are having any problematic issues with static electricity.
The LR-T series is unaffected by target surface, colour, or shape, making it the ultimate choice for detection stability. The LR-T series is unaffected by target surface, colour, or shape, making it the ultimate choice for detection stability. Long range capability coupled with superior detection ability and advanced operating features make the Keyence LR-T the most versatile all-purpose laser sensor available. Sensor setup and operation has never been faster with the easy to read OLED display, highly visible indicator light, and simplified menu.
You can learn about the greater efficiency resulting from the use of a non-contact displacement gauge as well as the latest measurement know-how. We will introduce you to cutting-edge research and development measurement applications organised by industry. This guide serves as an introduction to applications that produce greater efficiency than that of current measurements, through the use of a non-contact displacement gauge. We have also included know-how on measurement methods.
The IV Series Vision Sensor views targets in a 2 dimensional plane, achieves settings that offer ultimate ease as well as stable detection, making it possible to resolve all the dissatisfactions that come with a reflective type sensor. With the IV Series, which views areas in planes, it is possible to resolve all the problems that often occur with a reflective type sensor, such as...
Instability from positional misalignment
Instability from not being able to determine work piece orientation
The inability to simultaneously differentiate multiple areas
Time and effort spent on adjusting sensors after a change in equipment