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SENSORS SUPPLEMENT FEATURE From weaving mill to global sensor specialist


Leuze electronic looks back on a 50 year success story


Key dates:


2015 - Site expansion in Singapore


L


euze electronic is one of the world’s leading innovators for optical sensors


and is known internationally as a top manufacturer and solution provider in electrical automation – across all industries in machine and system construction as well as in medical technology. The product range includes switching and measuring sensors, identification systems, solutions for image processing and data transmission as well as components and systems for safety at work. Founded in 1963, the company, with headquarters in Owen (Germany), has specific application know-how as well as broad industry knowledge. More than 1,000 employees at 22 locations work in development, production, sales and service, supported by more than 40 sales partners worldwide. Innovative product


developments, tailor-made complete solutions and an extensive range of services stand for the ‘Smart Sensor Business’ at Leuze electronic. In the early 1960s, Leuze textil made the decision to found Leuze electronic in part of a former weaving mill to develop sensors for the company’s textile machines. This marked the beginning of a family-owned company which has grown into a worldwide success story over the past 50 years. Leuze electronic stands for forward-thinking entrepreneurship and innovative product development, as only few companies do. Shortly after the first switching and measuring sensors were developed, new sensors were developed for safety at work followed by systems for identification, data transmission and industrial image processing.


2012 - Expansion in India 2002 - Expansion in Asia


1998 - First image processing systems 1993 - First


optoelectronic sensors for safety at work


1981 - First subsidiaries in Europe


1977 - First branch office in Unterstadion for manufacturing electronic components


1968 - New building for office and production buildings in Owen


1963 - Company foundation and first sensors for own textile machines


The foundation of the first subsidiaries for manufacturing electronic components and knowledge gained through company acquisitions in the Leuze group paved the way for these developments. Leuze electronic is intensely focused on smarter product usability in its product developments. This means excellent usability in all devices: simple mounting and alignment are just as a high priority as parameterisation and simple integration in all fieldbus systems – an important prerequisite for uniform communication standards in industry 4.0 smart factories. With its smarter application know-how in diverse industries focusing on intralogistics, packaging, automotive industry, mechanical tool manufacturing and medical technology, Leuze electronic is set as technology driver to accelerate innovative developments in all worldwide growth markets.


Leuze electronic www.leuze.co.uk


T: 01480 408500


SMARTER PRODUCT USABILITY


EXTREMELY TOLERANT DISTANCE SENSORS – THE NEW 10 SERIES Rapidly changing surfaces or colors and objects that are aligned less than


ideally often lead to problems with standard sensors. The new measuring ODS 10 and switching HT 10 distance sensors master these challenges without problem – at distances of up to eight meters.


powerreserve. Phone 01480 408 500 – www.leuze.co.uk


Tilo Wolf, Technical Head of Product Center – Measuring Sensors


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