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Energize Custom object detection systems
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Custom object detection systems

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Instrotech is offering Senix ToughSonic ultrasonic sensors, perhaps the most versatile and flexible sensors available today, can be used in a wide variety of object detection applications and can be customised for users’ specific needs.

These devices could help businesses keep control of social distancing requirements, or to monitor when a vehicle has pulled up to the loading dock, or a method of knowing whether a buffer space has been breached, or an alarm to sound if a pallet or obstacle is left in a controlled area. These devices are an appropriate solution for each of the above.

The company offers state-of-the-art non-contact ultrasonic sensors which can detect most materials: hard or soft, any colour or transparency, flat or curved. Senix ultrasonic sensors operate over longer distances than traditional proximity sensors and can be set up to limit object detection within a user-specified distance band or “window”.

Furthermore, these object detection systems can incorporate multiple sensors which connect easily with common automation equipment to control relays, alarms, displays, motor controllers, etc.  They are cost effective, with many user-adjustable features built into the sensor’s software – power that you can unlock with dedicated PC software.

Contact Instrotech, Tel: 010 595-1831, sales@instrotech.co.za

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