Special machine manufacturer Velco uses a remote monitoring solution based on Turck Cloud Solutions for locating error sources and monitoring production parameters
Multiplex operation with external antennas on RFID UHF read/write head Q300
Turck's BL ident RFID system reduces the reading time for the tool turret of a CNC machine from 130 to 10 seconds
13.11.2014Many applications require that parts of a machine are changed to accommodate different phases in the production cycle.
Monitoring the condition of cabinets and other housings in the field can be difficult. Generally, several separate sensors and connections are needed in the housing. A clever and compact alternative is Turck’s cabinet guard IMX12-CCM.
The BL ident RFID system from Turck enables clear and seamless monitoring during transportation and storage.
Short cycle times are particularly important when manufacturing sand cores for metal casting using core shooters. The swivel movement of the core carrier, which is recorded by the contactless IO-Link encoder QR24-IOL from Turck, has a major influence on the clock rate of the machine.
Together with other partners, Turck Korea has implemented a complete serialization and identification system for pharmaceutical products – from the production plant to the dispatch warehouse
Just in sequence (JIS) productions benefit from a component identification directly on the component, which can be utilised by Tier 1 and by automotive manufacturers alike.
In its Flying Fish roundabout ride, Zierer Karussell- und Spezialmaschinenbau GmbH previously measured the horizontal position of the gondola arms using individual proximity switches.
Ultrasound reflection measurements offer an error-free and efficient solution for detecting the presence of objects on conveyor systems. The RU IP67 ultrasound sensor from Turck reliably detects objects.
- Condition Monitoring
- Ethernet in Hazardous Locations
- Field Logic Controller
- Industrial Cloud
- Industry 4.0
- Machine Safety
- Modular Machines
- Multiprotocol Ethernet