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Leuze electronic

Sensor House
Phoenix Park
St Neots
Cambridgeshire
PE19 8EP
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01480 408500
Fax : 01480 403808
Email : info@leuze.co.uk
Web : www.leuze.co.uk



Most recent articles relating to Leuze electronic;

Reliable detection of objects and fill levels

Leuze electronic is expanding its portfolio of optoelectronic and inductive switches with capacitive proximity switches, making it possible for users to obtain complete solutions for all detection requirements from a single source. FULL STORY...

Leuze electronic demonstrates power in safety at work

Leuze electronic expands its product range in the area of safety at work.  With the new generation of programmable safety controls and the expanded line of safety relays, Leuze electronic offers safe solutions for all applications in machine and system construction. Together with the wide range of safety sensors, the perfectly matched safety components offer complete safety-related automation solutions for a wide range of machine types. FULL STORY...

Avoiding overflow

Light section sensors from Leuze electronic monitor fill levels in the plasticsprocessing industry. FULL STORY...

Vibration resistant and robust safety light curtain

Leuze electronic presents a new model in its MLC 500 safety light curtain series: The MLC 500/V was especially developed for applications under extreme acceleration or vibration stresses, such as on mechanical presses. FULL STORY...

Technical Report: 10 Series

Their high tolerance to color, material, surface and detection angle makes the new measuring and switching distance sensors of the 10 series from Leuze electronic exceptionally reliable and precise in applications in logistics and conveyor systems as well as in the packaging industry.  FULL STORY...

Optimised for intralogistics

Sensor solutions for all relevant requirements through to modern shuttle solutions from a single source FULL STORY...

Sensors for packaging

Packaging technology is diverse, as are the sensors that are used. It's a wonderful thing when everything is available from a single source.FULL STORY...

New warehouse, new sensors

winkler plans its intralogistics ten years in advance and, with the Klinkhammer Group, found the ideal partner for the new building measures already in 2004. As in previous years, Leuze electronic is contributing sen-sors to this project as well, including optical data transceivers and bar code readers of the latest generation.FULL STORY...

With optical sensors, sometimes the pure performance matters most of all

The AC/DC SR 49C all-voltage sensors, with relay and MOSFET outputs for high switching power, have been completely optimised for flexible usage. FULL STORY...

Read codes, secure quality

Smart cameras make possible smart inspection systems in the beverage industry.FULL STORY...

Easier panel building & drive systems: cabinets for drive and machine automation

The Lenze Systems Division provides a design, build and project management service for machine control panels.FULL STORY...

New tiny sensor range 'with big features'

Measuring just 23mm x 12mm x 8mm (half a matchbox), Leuze electronic’s new ‘2 Series’ launches with 33 miniature through-beam photoelectric sensors, retro-reflective photoelectric sensors and diffuse reflection light scanners with ranges of up to 2mFULL STORY...

Safety transceiver uses only three beams

The new MLD300 and MLD500 ranges of multiple light beam devices from Leuze electronic include a three-beam transceiverFULL STORY...

Leuze electronic has record July

At the start of 2009 Leuze electronic reinvented itself in the UK by ending its joint venture and investing heavily in order to deliver on a promise to provide industry-leading customer service and productsFULL STORY...

Juicy red tomatoes rely on electronic RFID

Leuze electronic has improved efficiency through the use of RFID technology at HM de Jong because it gave a reduction in processing times, an improvement in product freshness and improved functional reliability FULL STORY...

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