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Colour sensors – for optimal control in colour applications

06-28-2012 12:14 PM CET | Industry, Real Estate & Construction

Press release from: di-soric GmbH & Co. KG

di-soric Colour sensors

di-soric Colour sensors

di-soric colour sensors are ideal for industrial colour measurement and colour identification in virtually all production processes. The perceptive technology, which is equivalent to the precision of the human eye, also allows their use in quality control inspections. The sensors can identify and analyse not only colour changes, but also different surface structures.

The integrated long-term stabilisation ensures reliable processes over an extended period without manual readjustment. Utilisation under fluctuating brightness conditions is also possible, thanks to the integrated extraneous light compensation.

The colour sensors of this series are available with different lens elements, luminous power ratings and measuring channels, to allow users to choose the ideal version for their individual application. Standard parameters for all di-soric colour sensors can be configured by control buttons and a common software platform allows advanced configuration.

Measured values can be exported as a .csv file. In addition, optional versions with a Profibus or Fast Ethernet interface are available for continuous transmission of the measured colour values.

For 30 years di-soric corporate group is specialized in the development and production of sensors for industrial automation. Thanks to continuous innovations a vast product range is available, which is completed by high-value LED-lightings, image processing and ID-devices.

The family owned company currently employs over 180 members of staff at two sites. Headquarter is located in Urbach – east of Stuttgart, Germany. The development and production site is located in Lüdenscheid – south of Dortmund, Germany.

di-soric GmbH & Co. KG
Stefan Eisemann
Steinbeisstraße 6
DE-73660 Urbach
Phone: +49 (0) 71 81 / 98 79 - 0
Fax: +49 (0) 71 81 / 98 79 - 179
news@di-soric.com
www.di-soric.com
www.di-soric.com/press

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