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di-Soric Colour Sensors for Industrial Color Measurement

di-soric colour sensors are suitable for use in industrial colour identification and colour measurement in virtually all manufacturing processes. This potential technology is similar to the precision of the human eye and extends deployment in quality control inspections.

di-soric Colour sensors

The sensors can detect as well as analyze color changes, and varied surface structures.

The integrated extended stabilization provides reliable processes over a long-term period without manual readjustment. The integrated extraneous light compensation enables use under fluctuating brightness conditions.

The colour sensors of this series are being offered with various lens elements, measuring channels, luminous power ratings, through which users can opt the appropriate version for individual application. Standard parameters for all di-soric colour sensors can be designed using control buttons. A common software platform ensures advanced configuration.

Measured values can be transmitted via a .csv file. Furthermore, optional versions with Fast Ethernet interface or a Profibus are being offered for constant relay of the measured color values.

Since three decades, di-soric corporate group has been offering development and creation of sensors for industrial automation. Continuous innovations contribute to product range accomplished by high-quality LED-lightings, ID-devices, and image processing.

This family-owned company at present employs more than 180 members of staff at two sites. The development and production site is based in Lüdenscheid – south of Dortmund, Germany.

Source: http://www.di-soric.com/

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