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PACKAGING ADVERTORIAL


Contrast Sensor Technology Leaps Forward with the SICK KTS/KTX


Carlo Gavazzi’s latest small and high performance SSR


units up to 75AAC, screw connection and either independent control of each pole or common control. Reacting to market requirements to have a more compact solution, the RK Series is only 45mm wide, 2 poles in one housing saves space by up to 50%; it’s delivered ready for mounting to a panel chassis or heatsink. The back-plate is already equipped with a pre-attached thermal interface. The RK series has pluggable spring terminals for simple


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and fast wiring connection speeding up installation time, operating voltages up to 660VAC and current rating up to 75AAC per pole, control input off 4-32VDC; LED indication per pole for control status and an operating temperature range of -40°C to 80°C.


Carlo Gavazzi UK Ltd u 01276 854110 u www.carlogavazzi.co.uk


arlo Gavazzi has introduced the RK series of 2 pole solid state relays for power control applications with


contrast sensors, delivering a powerful next-generation technology that breaks new ground in reliability, accuracy and versatility for print, labelling, converting and packaging applications.


S The SICK KTS and KTX


family of monochrome and colour contrast sensors bring new levels of detection accuracy and switching frequency speed in both sheet- and reel-fed production, even in challenging conditions.


With compact, lightweight housings in rugged ABS, the sensors feature IO-Link data communication and an


intuitive on-board display for easy set up and improved diagnostics. The sensors incorporate SICK’s pioneering Twin-Eye Technology® for improved contrast detection with better depth of field and a wider sensing distance tolerance. The greater grey-scale sensitivity means even better sensing of monochrome or colour registration marks, even on high gloss packaging. With a range of “core” and “prime” options in the product range, customers can choose different levels of functionality to suit their needs. With up to 70kHz switching frequency and down to 3µsec jitter rate (a level of performance never previously achieved) the KTS and KTX are easily capable of coping with up to 250 packs per minute and compensating for high-speed flutter on reel-to-reel material edges. “SICK’s contrast sensors are the industry standard for detection or registration marks,” says David Hannaby, SICK’s UK product manager for presence detection. “However, that does not mean that we have stayed still. Instead, we have moved on to build even greater speed and accuracy into one of the industry’s best used and loved devices.”


SICK u 01727 831121 u www.sick.co.uk


ICK has launched the KTS/KTX family of


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