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SICK (UK) Ltd

Waldkirch House
39 Hedley Road
St Albans
Hertfordshire
AL1 5BN
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01727 831121
Fax : 01727 856767
Email : info@sick.co.uk
Web : www.sick.co.uk



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Safety light curtains: going back to basics

Martin Kidman explains what light curtains can contribute to machinery safety, factory control and productivity, looking at the functions and features that are available today.FULL STORY...

The SICK W10 Swipe-and-Set-up Touchscreen Sensor is a World First

SICK has unveiled the world’s first photoelectric sensor with a touchscreen display, heralding the future for universal and easy-set-up sensing. The pioneering SICK W10 is a versatile all-in-one sensor that represents a major step forward in precise detection technology, adaptable for countless food and beverage applications.FULL STORY...

SICK’s Extended Ruler3000 Family Focuses on the Finest Details

SICK has expanded its next-generation Ruler3000 family to focus the outstanding speed and precision of its top-flight 3D streaming cameras on the finest details of high-quality, high-resolution 3D inspection and measurement tasks.FULL STORY...

Deep learning solves a difficult inspection task

A health science production facility has employed a cloud-based Deep Learning system to solve a difficult application to inspect containers for the presence of transparent measuring spoons.FULL STORY...

SICK Announces Major Upgrade to Colour Sensor Portfolio

SICK has announced a major advance in its colour sensor portfolio, with the launch of its CSS and CSX high resolution and high-speed devices. SICK’s newly developed flagship CSS colour sensor leads the way with best-in-class colour resolution and the ability to distinguish even the slightest nuances in shade.FULL STORY...

Condition monitoring: A sensor’s-eye view

David Hannaby explains how digital condition monitoring can offer greater production line efficiencies and why smart sensors are key to the unlocking useful, but previously hidden data.FULL STORY...

SICK Launches Smart Box Detection for Safe Continuous Material Flow

SICK has launched an industry-first safety light curtain system for Smart Box Detection, designed to enable the continuous safe material flow of cartons or cuboid goods at entry or exit points of protected areas, while safeguarding people from dangerous materials-handling, conveying or packaging machinery.FULL STORY...

Bolt on sensor for continuous condition monitoring

SICK has launched the MPB10 Multi-Physics Box condition monitoring sensor, a rugged bolt-on device designed to deliver real-time, continuous service data from industrial machines, including electric motors, pumps, fans and conveyor systems. FULL STORY...

SICK’s Roller Sensor Bar Ends Conveyor Headaches

SICK has developed a versatile and easy to install Roller Sensor Bar to tackle common conveyor downtime headaches for operators in wide-ranging food and beverage materials handling, packaging and logistics hubs. FULL STORY...

SICK’s Fill Level Monitoring Keeps Packaging Machines Topped Up

A digital service that gives instant visibility to filling levels in packaging machinery has been developed by SICK in collaboration with industry end-users. SICK Filling Level Monitoring avoids machine stoppages by giving real-time data to operators via smartwatch or phone, so that levels of carton blanks, adhesive or film wraps, for example, stay topped up. FULL STORY...

Improving inspection with machine vision

Food Processing asked how machine vision can improve inspection processes in food production environments and what engineers need to consider when specifying machine vision on their lines. FULL STORY...

SICK’s Next-Generation Ruler3000 Offers a Fast Track to Breakthrough 3D Vision Power

SICK has unveiled the first in a new generation of Ruler3000 3D streaming cameras, designed to offer a fast track for integrators to harness the unmatched speed and measurement precision of SICK’s high-definition 3D imaging technology. FULL STORY...

SICK’s Mini InspectorP611 Packs in Machine Vision Power

SICK has launched an ultra-compact and ultra-powerful all-in-one 2D vision sensor, the InspectorP611, which can be set up rapidly to conduct highly-reliable inline machine vision inspections even in the tightest of machine spaces, or when mounted on robot arms. FULL STORY...

Product inspection insights

With 2D, 3D, and even deep learning inspections all being realistic product inspection options today, are operators spoilt for choice? Neil Sandhu offers some insight into the solutions available. FULL STORY...

80GHz Technology Puts Continuous Level Measurement on SICK’s Radar

An innovative non-contact radar sensing technology from SICK is opening up the prospect of robust and reliable real-time monitoring of liquid and bulk solid levels in food and beverage storage applications. FULL STORY...

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