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Newsletter 2021

September 06, 2021

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New! Ultra-compact Digital CMOS Laser Sensor

Introducing KEYENCE’s Ultra-compact Digital CMOS Laser Sensor
Introducing the three main characteristics of KEYENCE’s completely new digital CMOS laser sensor:
• Ultra-compact size for flexible installation
• Stable detection for any material or environment
• Easy, intuitive operation with no need for instruction manuals
Vision Guided Robotics Solutions
By 2035, the robot industry is expected to grow to 10 trillion yen. Robots come in various shapes and forms, from humanoid robots that walk independently to industrial robots to robots for cleaning houses. However, industrial robots in manufacturing sites are the most widely used type of robot. This PDF will introduce various examples of robots used in a variety of industries.
360° Multi-surface Measurement
With a new rotary unit, coupled with advanced detection capability that supports a wide range of shapes, 3-dimensional parts can be precisely measured.
Conquer the Ethernet
EtherNet/IP™ realises high-speed communication with a speed of 0.5 ms. This can be used between expansion units in order to perform operations such as the high-speed acquisition of sensor data and measured values for high-speed response applications.
The Optical Shadow Effect Mode Enables an Impressive Viewing Method
KEYENCE Microscope's World First Technology, Optical Shadow Effect Mode can be used to detect subtle irregularities that could not be found easily. Here's how you can use the function easily!
Automated Measurement for Building Materials
Check out these popular precision measurement applications of building materials manufacturing (flooring, external wall and roof).
The problems caused by static electricity can be divided into six categories. In the electronics components industry, the top 2 is Clogging, clinging, scattering, and the top 3 is Electrostatic breakdown. Then, the top 1 is...?
Best for performance, best for ease of use. Introducing KEYENCE code readers.
Code readers are used in a wide range of industries. Performance requirements are ever-changing. For example, in the automotive industry, the ability to read a barcode printed on metalwork from a long range is necessary. In the electrical and electronic device industry, multiple codes on a PCB must be read all at once. In the food and pharmaceutical industries, it is necessary to easily read codes from goods in motion on a conveyor belt. In the logistics industry, the ability to reliably read boxes of differing heights and widths is essential. KEYENCE has the capability to meet all of these demands.