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SICK sensors, scanners could win you an IPad 2

19 July 2011

SICK (UK) will showcase its industrial sensing, scanning, vision and safety devices, including the LECTOR 620 code scanner and Inspector Vision Sensor at this year’s PPMA exhibition

Glynn Edwards, Segment Manager at SICK for Commercial Goods said: “We're excited to be exhibiting at this year’s PPMA as it provides an ideal opportunity for us to bring our high performance products direct to the people that could benefit from them most.

“To mark the occasion, we will be giving visitors to our stand a chance to win a top of the range iPad 2. To be in with a chance of winning, visitors simply need to bring their new application for any SICK products to the stand and their name will go into a free prize draw. At 3pm each day of the exhibition, we will select a winner from the hat and they will be awarded the quality prize.”

Featured at the exhibition is SICK’s recently launched LECTOR 620 code scanner which is a 1D/ stacked / 2D barcode and direct part making scanner, two thirds the size of most 2D code readers. It combines four variants for different applications with ease of use for code identification, traceability and anti-counterfeiting.

SICK will also be exhibiting its new W9-3 small LED photoelectric sensor for a wide range of scanning duties which features SICK’s new VISTAL housing, an innovative reinforced, light plastic material offering the robustness and resistance of steel. Also on stand will be the new WFS fork sensor designed for label detection.

As well as SICK’s Inspector Vision Sensor which is being widely used in the packaging industry, Stand A4 in Hall 5 is showcasing 3D vision, level sensors, wet area sensors, a selection of laser scanners and a range of optical safety sensors and guards for machinery.


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