Industry guide

Efficient solutions
for storage and conveyor systems

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Tote conveying

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Tote conveying

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Pallet conveyor

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Solutions for presence detection
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Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
Efficient Solutions For Storage & Conveyor Systems
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  1. 1. Industry guide Efficient solutions for storage and conveyor systems Flexibility and cost-efficiency – The competitive advantage in storage and conveyor systems
  2. 2. A B C D E F H I J K L M N O P Q R S T 2 Storage and conveyor | SICK 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  3. 3. Table of contents Challenges in storage and conveyor systems Flexibility and cost-efficiency 4 Applications in focus Tote conveying 6 Pallet conveyor 10 Pallet transfer car 14 Storage and retrieval system, driving and lifting unit 16 Storage and retrieval system, pallet load unit 18 Storage and retrieval system, box load unit 20 Tote shuttel 22 Pallet shuttle 26 Pallet stacker 28 Palettizer30 Picking station 32 Safety 34 Cold store 36 Detecting 38 Detecting position 40 Empty bay detection 42 Profile detection 43 Detection of leading edges 44 Product family overview 46 Products Product overview 57 Networks 96 General information Company 98 Industries 100 SICK LifeTime Services 102 Versatile product range for industrial automation 104 Industrial communication and unit integration 114 Services – www.mysick.com 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice A B C D E F 115 Storage and conveyor | SICK 3 H I J K L M N O P Q R S T
  4. 4. C  hallenges A B C D E F H I J K L M N O P Q R S T   Flexibility and cost-efficiency – The competitive advantage in storage and conveyor systems The storage and conveyor system plays a central role in intralogistics. Maximum throughput and optimal use of storage space is required. Highly dynamic markets, innovative logistics processes and variable materials to be handled place high demands on flexibility. Sensor technology is a key factor. SICK offers not only a complete sensor and service portfolio, but also has extensive industry knowledge, a total package with critical added value for the success of your storage and conveyor system. Identifying Measuring Detecting Identification of codes and objects of all types is the basic requirement for automatic storage, picking and sorting. SICK offers scalable systems for all code types and for all ID technologies (laser, camera, RFID, hybrid) that are easy to adapt to the respective requirements. Light grids, camera systems, laser measurement systems and scales measure distance, overhangs, profiles, volumes and weights. They allow efficient sorting, packing and picking, as well as process reliability through qualification. Solutions for detection of leading edges, occupancy, overhangs, end positions, fill levels, etc. make processes very stable at maximum performance. Throughput maximization depends on optimal precision tuning of all sensor functions. And SICK has the right sensor for every task. 4 Storage and conveyor | SICK 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  5. 5. Challenges    A B C D E F Detecting position Protecting LifeTime Services Sensors from SICK ensure maximum positioning accuracy, reproducibility, speed and optimal cycle times. Its comprehensive portfolio of distance sensors, encoders and vision sensors allow optimal adaptation to the requirements of the respective application. In the area of safety, sensors, systems, solutions and services from SICK ensure that safety requirements are met in compliance with applicable laws and standards. They provide efficient protection of hazardous areas, safe, ergonomic work stations and maximum system throughput. LifeTime Services cover the entire life cycle of a system from planning to commissioning and maintenance to modernization. SICK is an international sensor manufacturer and with proven solution expertise and comprehensive industry knowledge, offers a complete package comparable to none. 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice Storage and conveyor | SICK 5 H I J K L M N O P Q R S T
  6. 6. Focus 1 Tote conveying Storage and conveyor systems 3 2 1 2 Protrusion monitoring in tote conveying 3 Lift end position and occupied status on the right angle transfer 4 Switch point control in tote conveying Photoelectric retro-reflective sensors check whether a tote exceeds a maximum height. The transport control system can use the sensor signal for discharging or for a stop function, for example. A large number of variants featuring laser light or red light make it possible to adapt the system to almost any requirement. An inductive proximity sensor, which triggers on a proper target, monitors the lift end positionp. High resistance to shock and vibrations ensures maximum process reliability even under the toughest application conditions. A photoelectric retro-reflective sensor checks whether the corner conveyor is free.nbsp; An inductive proximity sensor monitors the end position of a transfer bed. Shock- and vibration-resistant magnetic cylinder sensors for C- and T-slots are used for monitoring the piston position of the actuating cylinder. GL6 g p. 60 W100 g p. 59 6 Storage and conveyor | SICK GL6 g p. 60 IME08 g p. 66 IME08 g p. 66 MZT8 g p. 69 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  7. 7. Focus 1 Tote conveying Storage and conveyor systems 4 5 1 Presence detection in tote conveying Photoelectric retro-reflective sensors detect the presence of totes. The signal is used for numerous control tasks; for example, as a trigger for other sensors or for start and stop functions. Even in cases involving challanging product surfaces/materials/colors, photoelectric retro-reflective sensors offer maximum performance. GL6 g p. 60 W100 g p. 59 5 Conveying and zero pressure accumulation Conveying without dynamic pressure ensures a controlled flow of goods. The individual zones are controlled with photoelectric proximity sensors, either with or without a control unit. The photoelectric proximity sensors provide an optimum solution thanks to their minimal blind zone, low black/white shift, and reliable detection of dark objects. ZLM g p. 65 ZoneControl g p. 65 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice Storage and conveyor | SICK 7
  8. 8. Focus 1 Tote conveying Storage and conveyor systems 1 2 3 2 Empty tote detection and level measurement Highly precise laser measurement systems are mounted over the conveyor system and precisely determine the fill level of totes. For downstream pick-and-place processes, it is possible to precisely determine the positions of objects inside a tote and if any objects are overhanging from a tote. LMS4xx g p. 95 8 Storage and conveyor | SICK 4 5 3 Automated tote identification with bar codes Bar code scanners with a reading field optimized for intralogistics make it possible to integrate a track and trace function into the process, as well as enable control functions such as routing or assignment to a storage area. High read rates can be achieved even under adverse conditions or when bar codes are partially damaged. CLV61x g p. 83 CLV62x g p. 83 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  9. 9. Focus 1 Tote conveying Storage and conveyor systems 1 Safety throughout the conveyor system in tote conveying Numerous standards and regulations govern the safety of operating personnel. SICK offers emergency stop pushbuttons and rope pulls that are proven components that conform to standards, thus ensuring protection against risks. ES21 g p. 76 i110RP g p. 76 4 Automated tote identification with RFID 5 Measuring the conveying speed of a roller conveyor Compact RFID read/write devices, which are optimized for logistics, feature an integrated antenna as well as a definable reading field. This ensures that RFID tags can be assigned correctly even when objects follow one another in quick succession. The devices are compatible with IDproand can be integrated into industrial Networks. The conveying speed is controlled using the measured values of a programmable incremental encoder. With its high resolution, the encoder ensures maximum repeatability. There are numerous versions available to accommodate nearly all mechanical and electrical interfaces. RFU62x g p. 86 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice AFS/AFM60 PROFINET g p. 79 DFS60 g p. 81 Storage and conveyor | SICK 9
  10. 10. Focus 2 Pallet conveyor Storage and conveyor systems 3 2 1 2 Height measurement at I point Automation light grids measure the height of the load. In the event a storage area has a height restriction, this can be used to ensure a load will not violate this restriction. The light grids are available for all commonly used communication protocols. A classification based purely on height can also be achieved using photoelectric retro-reflective sensors. MLG g p. 69 10 Storage and conveyor | SICK 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  11. 11. Focus 2 Pallet conveyor Storage and conveyor systems 1 Pallet loading A Reflex Array sensor checks whether the loading station is free or occupied. The sensor ensures that pallets of different heights can be detected reliably. A longrange compact photoelectric background suppression sensor, which is immune to reflections, checks whether there is a forklift truck at the station. WL27-3 Reflex Array g p. 63 WTT280L-2 Long Range g p. 63 3 Protrusion detection at I point A camera system for area monitoring that functions in conjunction with two photoelectric sensors, checks whether the load is protruding at the front or back of the pallet. This system reliably prevents problems in downstream processes. VLC100 g p. 70 W27-3 g p. 63 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice Storage and conveyor | SICK 11
  12. 12. Focus 2 Pallet conveyor Storage and conveyor systems 5 2 1 4 3 2 Gap monitoring at turntable 3 Automated pallet identification with bar codes Before the start of a rotary movement, a photoelectric retro-reflective sensor is used to determine whether the rotation path is clear. The sensor is immune to contamination and extremely resistant to vibrations, and features an exceptionally rugged housing Bar code scanners with a fixed focus, variable focus or auto focus can be used for nearly any reading distance. They enable track and trace functions, product routing, and assignment to storage areas. Thanks to the use of reconstruction technology, high read rates can be achieved even under adverse conditions or when bar codes are partially damaged. W27-3 g p. 63 G10 g p. 60 12 Storage and conveyor | SICK CLV62x g p. 83 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  13. 13. Focus 2 Pallet conveyor Storage and conveyor systems 1 Rotational position of turntable A reliable inductive proximity sensor in a rectangular housing signals to the control system when the final stop position of the rotary table has been reached. An increased switching distance allows for greater flexibility in machine design. IQ40 g p. 67 4 Automated pallet identification with RFID 5 End position monitoring for the turntable Compact RFID read/write devices, which are optimized for logistics, feature an integrated antenna as well as a definable reading field. This ensures that RFID tags can be assigned correctly even when objects follow one another in quick succession. The devices are compatible with all SICK IDpro devices and can be easily integrated into industrial networks. An inductive safety switch stops the system in the event an object travels beyond the position of the proximity sensor. The safety switch meets the requirements of various safety standards (such as EN 62061 and EN ISO 13849). RFU62x g p. 86 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice IN3000 Direct g p. 75 Storage and conveyor | SICK 13
  14. 14. Focus 3 Pallet transfer car Storage and conveyor systems 3 2 4 5 6 7 1 2 Checking table occupancy at transfer cars Before a pallet is slid into place, a photoelectric retro-reflective sensor is mounted for diagonal detection to determine whether the shuttle car table is free. The sensor, equipped with SICK ASIC technology and a PinPoint LED, is characterized by a  designthat is exceptionally reliablefrom both a mechanical and an electronic perspective. W23-2 g p. 64 14 Storage and conveyor | SICK 3 Gap monitoring at the transfer cars Before the start of a movement, a photoelectric retro-reflective sensor checks whether the product travel path is clear. The sensor, which is also available with a PinPoint LED, is immune to ambient light, crosstalk, contamination, and is resistant to vibrations, providing a reliable solution. W27-3 g p. 63 4 Wireless data transmission at the transfer cars The positioning data for the shuttle car is transmitted using an optical transmission system, this allows the elimination of field cabling. The device is available for a wide range of communication protocols. Fast transmission rates and extended sensing ranges ensure maximum performance. ISD400 g p. 92 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  15. 15. Focus 3 Pallet transfer car Storage and conveyor systems 1 Protecting operating personnel and collision avoidance at transfer cars Safety laser scanners are used to prevent collisions and protect personnel. Thanks to freely configurable warning and protective fields, plus the option of static inputs and encoder inputs, fields that are dependent on positioning and speed can be implemented for specific applications. S3000 Standard g p. 71 5 Speed measurement and positioning at the transfer cars The measured values of the DFS60 programmable incremental encoder control the positioning and speed. With its high resolution, the DFS60 ensures maximum repeatability. There are numerous versions available to accommodate nearly all mechanical and electrical interfaces. DFS60 g p. 81 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice 6 Positioning a transfer car A linear measurement sensor determines the position of the shuttle car based on bar codes located on the applied tape. The distance sensor is characterized by high speed, repeatability, resolution, and immunity to ambient light. OLM200 g p. 92 Dx100 g p. 91 7 End position monitoring at the transfer cars In the event an object travels beyond the end position, an electro-mechanical safety switch immediately stops the drive of the shuttle. The safety switch is implemented based on international safety standards. i110R g p. 76 Storage and conveyor | SICK 15
  16. 16. Focus 4 Storage and retrieval system, driving and lifting unit Storage and conveyor systems 1 2 4 3 5 2 Positioning the x axis on the traveling unit 3 Speed measurement and positioning on the traveling unit 4 End position monitoring at the storage and retrieval machine The traveling unit is positioned by means of a distance sensor. High resolution and repeatability enable high speed and acceleration applications. Maximizing synchronicity permits ideal acceleration and braking cycles. An absolute encoder supplies the value for controlling the positioning speed, acceleration, and delay. With its high resolution and repeatability, the encoder ensures that the positioning commands for the storage and retrieval machine are executed with precision. In the event an object travels beyond the end position, an electro-mechanical safety switch immediately stops the drive of the storage and retrieval machine. The safety switch is implemented based on international safety standards. Dx100 g p. 91 A3M60 PROFIBUS g p. 80 16 Storage and conveyor | SICK i110R g p. 76 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  17. 17. Storage and conveyor systems Focus 4 Storage and retrieval system, driving and lifting unit 1 Positioning the y axis on the lifting unit A mid-range distance sensor is used for absolute positioning of the lifting unit. High measurement accuracy, repeatability, and measuring speeds ensure that the positioning commands can be processed accurately, quickly, and synchronously with the parallel positioning of the traveling unit. Dx100 g p. 91 DL50 g p. 90 5 Wireless data transmission at storage and retrieval machine The data is transmitted between the storage and retrieval machine and the stock management system via infrared technology, using an optical transmission system. This does away with the need for fieldbus cabling. The device is available for a wide range of communication protocols. Fast transmission rates and extended sensing ranges ensure maximum performance. ISD400 g p. 92 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice Storage and conveyor | SICK 17
  18. 18. Focus 5 Storage and retrieval system, pallet load unit Storage and conveyor systems 4 1 3 2 7 5 6 2 Fine positioning of the y axis in the pallet storage area 3 Occupied table monitoring at the load-carrying unit for pallets 4 Protrusion monitoring at the load-carrying unit Following absolute positioning of the lifting unit, relative fine positioning takes place along the y-axis by means of two laser photoelectric proximity sensors. Thanks to background suppression and an extremely small light spot, the highly reliable sensors can ensure maximum accuracy even when shelves are filled two units deep. Before the forks of the load-carrying equipment are loaded with pallets, a photoelectric retro-reflective sensor ensures the pallets are empty. The sensor, available with light or dark switching, features background suppression and can detect objects with different surface properties. After the pallet has been placed in the bay, a photoelectric retro-reflective sensor checks if it is protruding into the aisle and could cause a collision. Thanks to their immunity to ambient light and reflection, the sensors ensure a stable process is carried out. WT12L-2 g p. 61 18 Storage and conveyor | SICK GTB6 g p. 60 W27-3 g p. 63 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  19. 19. Storage and conveyor systems Focus 5 Storage and retrieval system, pallet load unit 1 Verifying the loading height on the load-carrying unit Before the pallet is finally put into storage, a photoelectric retro-reflective sensor checks whether the load height exceeds the maximum permissible height for the allocated storage area. The sensor is characterized by a high level of resistance to vibrations and immunity to contamination. MLG g p. 69 W27-3 g p. 63 5 empty bay detection in the case of identical pallet types 6 empty bay detection in the case of different pallet types 7 Positioning the z axis of the lifting forks If just one type of pallet is being stored one or two units deep, a photoelectric proximity sensor uses one or two switching points to check whether the allocated storage area is free. The sensor is characterized by a large sensing range, low black/white shift and immunity to reflection. In cases where different types of pallets are being stored, the number of possible checking points increases. A compact laser scanner uses area scanning to check whether the storage area is free. The scanners include intelligent field evaluation, allow for low mounting positions and provide low operating costs. Positioning is carried out by detecting the end positions of the load-carrying equipment’s lifting forks. In this case, inductive proximity sensors that offer reliability, high shock and vibration resistance, and a long service life are used. DT35 g p. 90 WTT280L-2 Long Range g p. 63 TiM3xx g p. 93 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice IME12 g p. 66 IME18 g p. 66 Storage and conveyor | SICK 19
  20. 20. Focus 6 Storage and retrieval system, box load unit Storage and conveyor systems 4 2 3 1 2 Fine positioning of the x and y axes in the automated small parts storage area When items need to be put into or taken out of storage, it is necessary to compensate for any mechanical discrepancies in the shelving unit that could be caused by temperature fluctuations or other environmental factors. Following absolute positioning of the traveling and lifting unit, an additional fine positioning process is carried out with maximum repeatability. Inspector g p. 89 20 Storage and conveyor | SICK 3 Occupied table monitoring at the load-carrying unit for cartons Before the carton is placed on the load-handling device, a photoelectric retro-reflective sensor ensures it is empty. Thanks to ASIC technology from SICK, the photoelectric retro-reflective sensor offers maximum performance even in cases involving challanging product surfaces/materials/colors. GL6 g p. 60 4 empty bay detection in cases where totes are being stored at several depths Before items are stored, a distance sensor uses an absolute value or multiple switching points to check whether the allocated storage area is free. Even when faced with differing object colors, the reliable compact devices provide high repeatability and immunity to ambient light. Dx35 g p. 90 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  21. 21. Storage and conveyor systems Focus 6 Storage and retrieval system, box load unit 1 Positioning the z axis of the belt traction load unit When it comes to the insertion depth, accurate measurements are crucial. A reliable absolute encoder on the belt drive with a high resolution and excellent repeatability ensures precision. The availability of most common communication protocols make integration into the control architecture a breeze. A3M60 PROFIBUS g p. 80 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice Storage and conveyor | SICK 21
  22. 22. Focus 7 Tote shuttle Storage and conveyor systems 4 3 5 2 1 2 Speed measurement on the tote shuttle The incremental encoder supplies the value for controlling the positioning speed, acceleration, and delay. With its high resolution and repeatability, the encoder ensures that the positioning of the shuttle can be executed with precision. DBS36 g p. 80 22 Storage and conveyor | SICK 3 Positioning telescopic arms The positioning of the telescope arm is controlled with inductive proximity sensors. Thanks to the extremely compact design of the extraordinarily rugged and long-lasting sensors, the machine design itself faces virtually no restrictions, even in applications where space is at a premium. IQ Flat g p. 68 4 Occupied table monitoring on the tote shuttle Before a tote is transported onto the shuttle, photoelectric retro-reflective sensors check that the shuttle is free. Depending on the length of the totes, several positions may be checked. Sensors featuring SICK ASIC technology and PinPoint LEDs offer maximum performance even in cases involving challanging product surfaces/materials/colors. GL6 g p. 60 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  23. 23. Focus 7 Tote shuttle Storage and conveyor systems 1 Positioning the x axis on the tote shuttle The shuttle is positioned using an incremental encoder and a photoelectric proximity sensor. The combination of incremental values and absolute positions compensates for any potential slippage on the drive wheel and enables maximum positioning accuracy and repeatability. WTV4-3 g p. 58 DBS36 g p. 80 DFV60 Messrad-Encoder g p. 81 5 empty bay detection in the tote storage area Before a tote is stored, a compact laser scanner checks whether the allocated storage area is free. The scanners include intelligent field evaluation, allow for low mounting positions and provide low operating costs. TiM3xx g p. 93 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice Storage and conveyor | SICK 23
  24. 24. Focus 7 Tote shuttle Storage and conveyor systems 1 3 2 2 Monitoring of the maintenance opening A maintenance opening is located on the tote shuttle. Inductive proximity sensors monitor whether this maintenance opening is closed. Thanks to the extremely compact design of the reliable, long-lasting sensors, the machine design itself faces almost no restrictions, even in applications where space is at a premium. IQ Flat g p. 68 24 Storage and conveyor | SICK 3 Gap monitoring on the tote shuttle Photoelectric retro-reflective sensors check whether a sufficient gap is available. If movement is hindered by protruding totes, damage will be caused. The sensor is very compact and has a uniform light spot. GL6 g p. 60 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  25. 25. Focus 7 Tote shuttle Storage and conveyor systems 1 Occupied monitoring of the transfer area Before the tote is transported from the lift to the transfer area, a photoelectric proximity sensor performs a diagonal check to ensure the area is free. A through-beam photoelectric sensor detects the entire height of the shelf to ensure the necessary gap for the lifting motion is present. WTB4-3 g p. 58 WSE27-3 g p. 63 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice Storage and conveyor | SICK 25
  26. 26. Focus 8 Pallet shuttle Storage and conveyor systems 2 1 4 5 3 2 Detection of the pallet shuttle reference position 3 Protecting operating personnel and collision avoidance at the pallet shuttle At the end of the shelving aisle, the end position of the shuttle is checked against the reflector at the start/stop position, compared with the position value of the encoder on the drive axis, and corrected if necessary. This referencing process allows the positioning accuracy to remain at an equally high level at all times. If personnel can access the shuttle tracks, safety functions must be implemented in accordance with applicable standards. Ultra-compact S300 Mini safety laser scanners with switchable protective and warning fields make it possible to implement these safety functions while conforming to standards. GL6 g p. 60 26 Storage and conveyor | SICK S300 Mini Remote g p. 72 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  27. 27. Focus 8 Pallet shuttle Storage and conveyor systems 1 Positioning a pallet shuttle The shuttle is positioned with maximum accuracy by means of an incremental encoder mounted on the drive axis. Designs featuring a blind hollow shaft or a clamping flange with a solid shaft ensure flexible adaptation to the drive. They can even be used in cases where there is very little space available. DBS36 g p. 80 4 Collision avoidance when using multiple pallet shuttles 5 Shuttle occupation check If there are several shuttles on one track, distance sensors reliably prevent collisions. Background suppression and immunity to crosstalk and ambient light prevent incorrect switching of the sensor. The compact devices feature OSSDs. Before a pallet is lifted, photoelectric proximity sensors check whether the shuttle is empty. At the same time, the sensors enable accurate positioning of the shuttle beneath the pallet. The sensors’ excellent background suppression make them ideal for this application. Dx35 g p. 90 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice GR18S g p. 64 Storage and conveyor | SICK 27
  28. 28. Focus 9 Pallet stacker Storage and conveyor systems 5 3 6 4 2 1 2 Presence monitoring for a pallet 3 Positioning the pallet gripper A photoelectric retro-reflective sensor or the  vibration-resistant reflex array sensor is used to check whether the transfer area for the pallet storage unit is occupied. The sensor ensures that pallets of different heights can be detected reliably. Before a movement starts, the position of the pallet gripper must be checked. Inductive proximity sensors with large switching distances are used for this. They are characterized by a high level of resistance to shock and vibration. W27-3 g p. 63 28 Storage and conveyor | SICK IME12 g p. 66 IME18 g p. 66 4 End position monitoring at the pallet stacker As one of the leading manufacturers of industrial safety technology worldwide, SICK offers emergency stop pushbuttons and rope pulls that are proven components that conform to standards, thus ensuring protection against risks. In the event an object travels beyond the end position, a safety switch immediately stops the drive of the pallet storage unit. i110R g p. 76 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  29. 29. Focus 9 Pallet stacker Storage and conveyor systems 1 Access protection at the pallet stacker Thenbsp;vertically arranged deTec4 Corenbsp;safety light curtain ensures access to the rear side. The innovative mounting systems minimize mounting costs. Protection with no blind zones, integrated LED displays, diagnostics functions, and automatic distance measurement allow for low cost and reliable commissioning. deTec4 Core g p. 73 5 Gap monitoring at the lift table of the pallet stacker Before a movement in the x- or y-axis direction is begun, it is necessary to verify whether there is sufficient room for movement. Photoelectric retro-reflective sensors check whether the space between the pallet and any sharp edges that may be present is sufficient. W14-2 g p. 62 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice 6 Access protection without muting The pallet storage unit is a hazardous area. For this reason, it is necessary to provide protective measures for accessing it. Thanks to intelligent evaluation algorithms, the safety light curtains that are arranged horizontally at the height of the pallets are able to detect pallets and allow them to pass without the need for additional muting sensors. C4000 Palletizer g p. 73 Storage and conveyor | SICK 29
  30. 30. Focus 10 Palettizer Storage and conveyor systems 3 2 1 2 Plausibility check before palletizing Automation light grids measure the dimensions and the alignment of the parcel for palletizing purposes. These programmable automation light grids are available with different resolutions. The framework arrangement reduces problems associated with shadows. MLG g p. 69 30 Storage and conveyor | SICK 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  31. 31. Focus 10 Palettizer Storage and conveyor systems 1 Positioning the scissor lift table The scissor lift table is positioned using a high-resolution wire draw encoder with a teach-in function. The extremely reliable encoder is equipped with integrated brushes, does not require complex linear guidance, and can be integrated with ease both electrically and mechanically. EcoLine g p. 82 3 Contour measurement for pallet loading With both laser measurement and absolute encoders, an image and a position of the load can be determined, enabling the robot system to accurately pick up and transfer the material. The laser measurement sensor provides excellent dynamic performance and angular resolution. IVC-3D g p. 89 A3M60 PROFIBUS g p. 80 LMS4xx g p. 95 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice Storage and conveyor | SICK 31
  32. 32. Focus 11 Picking station Storage and conveyor systems 3 1 2 Picking check The compact smart light grids use ultrabright LEDs to signal to the order picker whether he or she has removed goods from the correct tote. Optical synchronization and a teach-in function allow the devices to work with a plug-and-play concept. Slim and flat variants offer maximum flexibility. SLG g p. 71 32 Storage and conveyor | SICK 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  33. 33. Focus 11 Picking station Storage and conveyor systems 1 Lifting and tilting motion control at the picking station Reliable inductive proximity sensors in rectangular housings provide the control for the lifting and tipping units along with information on the current position. An increased switching distance and flexible mounting options allow for greater flexibility in machine design. LEDs located on the corners of the housing make it easy to diagnose sensor status. 2 IQ Standard g p. 67 3 Automated identification at the picking area Compact bar code scanners with reading fields optimized for intralogistics verify that the correct tote has been provided. Variants that can accommodate a whole range of different communication protocols allow for easy integration. High read rates can be achieved even under adverse conditions or when bar codes are partially damaged. CLV61x g p. 83 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice Storage and conveyor | SICK 33
  34. 34. Focus 12 Safety Storage and conveyor systems 3 4 5 1 2 2 Safety throughout the conveyor system 3 Access protection with muting If a dangerous situation arises, the operating personnel can put a system into a safe state using rope pull switches. Rope pull switches are an ideal safety solution for longer conveyor systems since their switching function can be activated from almost any point along the conveyor system. Vertical safety light curtains put the required safety functions into action. Flexible entry and exit monitoring is made possible through a switching amplifier and two or four muting sensors. These are connected directly at the site and reduce the amount of cabling required. i150RP g p. 76 34 Storage and conveyor | SICK M4000 Advanced Curtain g p. 74 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  35. 35. Focus 12 Safety Storage and conveyor systems Machine safety As one of the leading providers of safety technology, SICK offers a comprehensive portfolio of products and systems for fulfilling safety requirements in compliance with legislation and standards. SICK is also able to provide support via specialized services for complete safety solutions — from analysis to certified systems. 1 Safety locking devices and emergency stop pushbuttons on protective doors Protective doors that utilize safety locking devices allow monitoring to prevent people from entering hazardous areas during system operation. Enabling switches are used when work is performed in the hazardous area in “setup” operating mode. i14 Lock g p. 74 4 End position monitoring at the scissor lift table An inductive safety switch monitors the end position of the scissor lift table. The safety switch meets the requirements of various safety standards (such as EN 62061 and EN ISO 13849). IN3000 Direct g p. 75 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice 5 Safety controllers in storage and conveyor systems SICK’s Flexi Soft and Flexi Classic, which can be programmed using hardware, offer high-performance, modular, and linkable safety controllers. The application concerned can be adapted to meet safety requirements using main modules, expansion modules, and relay expansion modules – in a way that is both flexible and scalable. The safety controllers communicate with the programmable logic controller via gateways for all commonly used communication protocols. A memory plug stores the device configuration for plug-and-play replacement. The Flexi Soft Designer software provides an easy and effective configuration for implementing safety applications. Flexi Soft g p. 78 Flexi Classic g p. 78 Storage and conveyor | SICK 35
  36. 36. C  old store A B C D E F H I J K L M N O P Q R S T   Cold store solutions Extreme climatic conditions at temperatures down to –30 °C, thawing or even condensation when entering and exiting as common in cold stores place very specific demands on the sensor technology. SICK offers a complete portfolio, which not only enables but ensures automation in these conditions on the process side. Identifying At –30 °C in particular, it is important to identify products at the highest possible read rate. This not only applies to reading bar codes, but increasingly RFID as well. Due to the higher density of information, traceability across the entire cold chain can be ensured. A broad portfolio is available with and without heating for both bar code reading and RFID. Measuring Only when reliably and efficiently measured, qualified and checked for overhangs is trouble-free transport on the conveyor system and optimal use of scarce storage space possible. In general, interruptions and manual interventions in the process flow are to be avoided whenever possible, but especially in cold store applications. The measuring light grids from SICK can also be used in cold store applications. Detecting Fail-safe operation itself at temperatures of -30 °C requires absolutely faultless detection of the objects to be conveyed. Any unsuccessful detection would inevitably lead to either manual intervention, stoppage of the conveyor system or even incorrect storage. A very broad portfolio of products suitable for cold store applications is available. 36 Storage and conveyor | SICK 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  37. 37.   Cold store  A B C D E F Detecting position To avoid an unnecessary increase in enormous cold store energy requirements, it is important to ensure optimal storage and retrieval. Among other things, this depends on accurate and above all, reproducible positioning of the drive unit, lifting unit and load-handling device. With its time-of-flight distance sensors, OLM linear measurement sensors and encoder program, SICK offers a complete portfolio for cold store applications. Protecting Uninterrupted material flow is essential in a cold store ‒ along with a high level of automation. This reinforces the need to protect highly automated areas. All safety light curtains from SICK can be used at temperatures down to –30 °C. The S3000 safety laser scanners are available with heating. 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice Storage and conveyor | SICK 37 H I J K L M N O P Q R S T
  38. 38. D  etecting A B C D E F H I J K L M N O P Q R S T   Solutions for presence detection Many tasks require that the presence of objects is checked. These may include: •• Belt tracking, e.g. acceleration, deceleration, start, stop •• Trigger signals for downstream process steps, e.g. bar code reading •• Process monitoring, e.g. overhang detection or gap control •• Zero-pressure accumulation Choosing the sensor optimal for the application depends on a variety of parameters, e.g. detection distance, dimensions, surface quality and sorting accuracy of the load-handling devices, installation location and environmental conditions. G10 • Ideal for all applications in pallet conveyor systems with a scanning range up to 12 m when used as retro-reflective sensor and 1.3 m when used as a proximity sensor • Increased detection reliability on depolarizing objects and ambient light suppression • Fast installation and commissioning with the SICK Q-Lock mounting system and PinPoint Technology W27-3 • Ideal for rugged applications with a scanning range up to 19 m when used as retro-reflective sensor and 2.5 m when used as a proximity sensor • Precise background suppression with no scanning distance drift • Also available as a version with PinPoint Technology • IO-Link as an online diagnostic tool and configuraton function W14-2 • Ideal for rugged applications with a scanning range up to 17 m when used as retro-reflective sensor and 1.3 m when used as a proximity sensor • Precise background suppression with no scanning distance drift • Slim, rugged housing design • Also available as a version with PinPoint Technology 38 Storage and conveyor | SICK 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  39. 39.   Detecting  A B C D E F G6 • Small housing with metal inserts for better mounting • ASIC chip from SICK for ambient light and cross talk immunity with a scanning range up to 7.2 m when used as retro-reflective sensor and 0.3 m when used as a proximity sensor • PinPoint LED for a precise and highly visible light spot • Available with and without potentiometer GR18S • Cylindrical photoelectric sensor with shortened housing • Either plastic or metal housing • Outstanding background suppression, scanning ranges of 3 mm – 550 mm when used as a proximity sensor and 0.03 m – 7.2 m when used as retro-reflective sensor with adjustable sensitivity • PinPoint LED for a precise and highly visible light spot • With axial, flush or radial (90°) optics V180-2 • Cylindrical photoelectric sensor with 2 indicator LEDs and 360° all-round display • Outstanding background suppression with a scanning range of 7 m when used as retro-reflective sensor and 1.1 m when used as a proximity sensor with adjustable sensitivity • PinPoint LED for a precise and highly visible light spot • With axial or radial (90°) optics Z Sensor • Photoelectric proximity sensor with shortest possible transparent housing adaptable for specific applications • With ambient light suppression and a scanning range of 4.8 m when used as retro-reflective sensor and 155 mm when used as a proximity sensor 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice Storage and conveyor | SICK 39 H I J K L M N O P Q R S T
  40. 40. D  etecting position A B C D E F H I J K L M N O P Q R S T   Solutions for position detection Precise, fast and reproducible position detection is a basic requirement for minimum cycle times and high system throughput, for example, in the following applications: •• Drive and lifting equipment for storage and retrieval units •• Transverse shuttle car and shuttle systems •• Vertical storage and lift systems •• Electrical overhead conveyors Choosing the sensor optimal for the application depends on a variety of parameters, e.g. number of drive units on the line, line profile, distance, speed, accuracy, reproducibility, installation location, environmental conditions, measuring object, fieldbus interface or if the application can be handled with a proximity sensor or retro-reflective sensor. Detecting position in linear travel distances and curved tracks Performance OLM100 • Precise positioning in linear and curved travel paths • Clear measuring range up to 10 km • High reproducibility of 1 mm • Adjustable resolution as low as 0.1 mm • Wide operating temperature range from –30°C to +60°C offers maximum flexibility and reliability RS-485 RS-422 Performance OLM100 Hi • Precise positioning in linear and curved travel paths • Clear measuring range up to 10 km • High reproducibility of 0.15 mm • Adjustable resolution as low as 0.1 mm • Travel speed up to 10 m/s • Wide operating temperature range from –30°C to +60°C offers maximum flexibility and reliability RS-422 Performance 1 0 OLM200 • Response to control marks for special functions and sensor configuration • Clear measuring range up to 10 km • High reproducibility of 0.15 mm • Adjustable resolution as low as 0.1 mm • Output of position and speed data, as well as pre-failure notification via PROFIBUS • Wide operating temperature range from –30°C to +60°C offers maximum flexibility and reliability EtherNet/IP ™ 40 Storage and conveyor | SICK 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  41. 41. Detecting position    A B C D E F Detecting position in linear travel distances Time Of Flight 1 0 Performance Analog (mA/V) Time Of Flight Performance 1 0 DL35 • Compact time-of-flight sensor with a scanning range of up to 35 m on diamond grade reflectors • Reproducibility of 0.5 mm to 5 mm • Output of measured values up to 1 ms • Immune to cross talk for use with multiple sensors • Excellent background suppression (unique measured value) • Operating temperature range of –30 to +55 °C • IO-Link as well as analog and switching output DL50 Hi • Compact time-of-flight sensor with a scanning range of up to 50 m on diamond grade reflectors • With ± 3 mm accuracy and ≤ 0.5 mm reproducibility • Output of measured values every 2.5 ms via RS-422 or SSI • Immune to cross talk for use with multiple sensors • Excellent background suppression (unique measured value) • Operating temperature range of –30 to +65 °C • Rugged metal housing RS-422 Time Of Flight Performance 1 0 DME4000 • Compact time-of-flight sensor with a scanning range of up to 220 m on diamond grade reflectors • With up to 3 mm accuracy and 1 mm reproducibility • Output of measured values up to 1 ms • Different measuring frequencies to prevent cross talk • Maximum travel speed 10 m/s • Operating temperature range of -40 to +55 °C (with heating) RS-422 Time Of Flight Performance 1 0 EtherNet/IP ™ 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice DL100 Hi • Compact time-of-flight sensor with a scanning range of up to 300 m on diamond grade reflectors • With up to 2 mm accuracy and 0.5 mm reproducibility • Synchronous output of measured values on PLC request • Different measuring frequencies to prevent cross talk • Maximum travel speed 10 m/s • Operating temperature range of -40 to +55 °C RS-422 Storage and conveyor | SICK 41 H I J K L M N O P Q R S T
  42. 42. E  mpty bay detection A B C D E F H I J K L M N O P Q R S T   Solutions for empty bay detection Reliable detection of compartment occupancy is a central task for ensuring system throughput. Choosing the sensor optimal for the application depends on a variety of parameters, e.g. type, dimensions, surface quality and sorting accuracy of the load-handling devices, storage depth, number of load-handling devices one after another or next to each other, installation location and environmental conditions. Single-depth and multi-depth storage of uniform pallets The known position of the pallet feet is normally checked. As a result, a „single point of reference“ check is sufficient. Depending on the storage depth, one or two switching points are required. When storing more than two pallets one after another, use of a sensor with analog value output or IO-Link is recommended. The WTT280 -2LR with two switching points and the DT35 with analog output, IO-Link and switching point use time-of-flight technology, which ensures absolutely reliable operation. Single-depth and double-depth storage of different pallet sizes When storing different pallet sizes, the variance of possible test point positions increases. Therefore, surface area inspection is recommended. Infringement of one of the previously defined monitoring fields indicates an „occupied“ storage location. Depending on the required accuracy, size, number of monitoring fields or measurement of possible relative movement, several laser scanners are available to handle these application requirements with the TiM300/ 500 and S100/LMS100. Single-depth and multi-depth storage of uniform totes or card-boxes The position of totes or card-boxes to be stored is known. As in the storage of uniform pallet sizes, use of a „single beam“ is recommended. A sensor that outputs a measured value also has to be used in the case of multi-depth storage. The WTT280 -2LR with two switching points and the DT35 with analog output, IO-Link and switching point use time-of-flight technology, which ensures absolutely reliable operation. Single-depth and multi-depth storage of different sized totes or card-boxes When storing different sized card-boxes, the empty bay detection with a laser scanner has clear advantages over a „single point of reference“ check. Simple, time-saving installation and configuration of the scanner offers an additional benefit over installation of numerous „single beams“. In addition, the configuration is easy to transfer to other RGBs. 42 Storage and conveyor | SICK 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  43. 43. Profile detection    A B C D E F Solutions for profile detection and measurement Profile detection allows verification of suitability for storage / stackability, flexible allocation of storage locations, determination of the gripper position and calculation of the next vacant position when palletizing. Choosing the sensor optimal for the application depends on a variety of parameters, e.g. type, dimensions, surface quality of the load-handling devices, installation location, accuracy and conveyor speed. Advanced automation light grid (MLG)) • Ideally suited for a variety of different object types • Main use on feed points between belt segments • Extremely thin objects also detectable • Detection resolution 5 mm • Support for numerous interfaces • Suitable for conveyor belt widths up to approx. 2.4 m • 2D profile calculation via the sorting control Volume measurement system (VMS410/510) • Suitable for all types of sorters and belt conveyors • Outstanding accuracy with cubic objects • Minimum object size 20 mm • Detection resolution 5 mm at a speed of 3 m/s • Time-of-flight principle for maximum detection reliability • Support for numerous interfaces • 2D profiles can be calculated in the sensor head Triangulation 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice 3D camera systems (D L System+Ruler) • Suitable for all types of sorters and belt conveyors • Outstanding accuracy with cubic objects • Minimum object size 2 mm • Detection resolution 5 mm at a speed of 3 m/s • The detection principle is based on 2D and 3D vision algorithms • Support for numerous interfaces Storage and conveyor | SICK 43 H I J K L M N O P Q R S T
  44. 44. D  etection of leading edges A B C D E F H I J K L M N O P Q R S T   Solutions for detection of leading edges Detection of the leading edge is mainly needed to control tasks such as aligning and induct on sorters. Leading edge detection also plays a role in detecting the handover status to the sorter cells or for other control tasks. Choosing the sensor optimal for the application depends on a variety of parameters, e.g. size and shape of the objects, sorter type (flat or concave surface) and required accuracy. Compact photoelectric retro-reflective sensor (G10) • Ideal for cubic objects with straight leading edges due to the point-shaped light spot • Mainly for sorters with flat surfaces • (line sorters, cross-belt sorters, inbound belts) • For simple trigger tasks with larger tolerances • Easy installation and cabling • Detection height is dependent on the conveyor belt width Reflex array sensor (W27-3 Reflex Array) • Ideally suited for cubic and non-cubic objects (e.g. envelopes, bags or sacks) • Mainly for sorters with flat surfaces • (line sorters, cross-belt sorters, inbound belts) • Detection height approx. 50/24 mm, minimum detectable object 12/5 mm in the light grid • Easy installation and cabling • Maximum conveyor belt width 4.5/1.5 m Fiber-optic sensor (WLL180T, LL3-TS40) • Ideally suited for cubic and non-cubic objects (e.g. envelopes, bags or sacks) • Mainly for sorters with flat surfaces • (line sorters, cross-belt sorters, inbound belts) • Detection height approx. 40 mm, minimum detectable object 5 mm in the light grid • Precise positioning on the belt surface • Maximum conveyor belt width 3.5 m 44 Storage and conveyor | SICK 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  45. 45.   Detection of leading edges  A B C D E F Reflex light grid (WLG12) • Ideally suited for cubic and non-cubic objects (e.g. bags or sacks) • Mainly for sorters with flat surfaces • (line sorters, cross-belt sorters, inbound belts) • Detection height approx. 90 mm, minimum detectable object 6 mm in the light grid • Easy installation and cabling • Maximum conveyor belt width 1.5 m Automation light grid (HLG) • Ideally suited for cubic and non-cubic objects (e.g. envelopes, bags or sacks) • Mainly for sorters with flat surfaces • (line sorters, cross-belt sorters, inbound belts) • Detection height approx. 50 mm, • minimum detectable object 2 mm in the light grid • Reliable detection of thin objects • Maximum conveyor belt width 1.5 m Advanced automation light grid (MLG) • Ideally suited for nearly all object types • Main use on feed points between belt segments • Detects even extremely thin objects, • minimum detectable object (width) 5 mm • Additional functions, e.g. detection of surface area, can also be implemented • For conveyor belt widths up to approx. 2.4 m 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice Storage and conveyor | SICK 45 H I J K L M N O P Q R S T
  46. 46. Product familiy overview A B C D E F H I J K L M N O P Q R S T Bar code scanners  Product family overview CLV61x CLV62x CLV63x Reliable Decoding, Simple Integration Powerful scanner – flexible use Intelligent scanning solution for logistics and automation EtherCAT Fixed focus ≤ 50° 400 Hz ... 1,000 Hz 0.2 mm ... 1 mm 25 mm ... 365 mm l – – – l – / l, optional via external connection module (CDF600-2) – DeviceNet – Fixed focus ≤ 50° 400 Hz ... 1,200 Hz 0.15 mm ... 1 mm 55 mm ... 730 mm – l, AUX (only RS-232) – – / l l l, optional via external connection module (CDF600-2) l, optional via external connection module (CAN232) l, optional via external connection module (CDM + CMF) 205 g ... 250 g Fixed focus ≤ 50° 400 Hz ... 1,200 Hz 0.2 mm ... 1 mm 44 mm ... 735 mm – l, AUX (only RS-232) – – / l l l, optional via external connection module (CDF600-2) l, optional via external connection module (CAN232) l, optional via external connection module (CDM + CMF) 250 g ... 420 g Technical data overview Focus Field of view Scanning frequency Code resolution Reading distance Serial (RS-232) Serial (RS-232, RS-422/485) USB Ethernet CAN bus PROFIBUS DP 265 g / 295 g Weight At a glance •• Optimized reading field for •• CAN, Ethernet TCP/IP, •• Integrated pushbuttons intralogistics applications •• Available with SICK CAN sensor network •• Configuration with SOPAS, the configuration tool for all new SICK products •• Available in different versions (ECO, CAN, Fieldbus) for use in almost any application •• Adjustable scanning frequency of up to 1000 scans/second •• Compact design PROFINET, and EtherNet/ IP available on board, no additional gateway needed (depending on variant) •• SMART620 code reconstruction technology •• Flexible sorting, filtering, and logical functions •• Advanced, easy-to-use SOPAS configuration software •• High scanning frequency of up to 1,200 Hz •• Small housing •• Advanced remote diagnostics and network monitoring capabilities available over Ethernet •• IP 65 rated  p. 83  p. 83 for auto setup and reading diagnostics •• Integrated LED bar graph •• CAN, Ethernet TCP/IP, PROFINET, and EtherNet/ IP available on board, no additional gateway needed (depending on variant) •• Enhanced SMART code reconstruction technology •• Flexible sorting, filtering, and logical functions •• Advanced, easy-to-use SOPAS configuration software •• High scanning frequency of up to 1,200 Hz •• Advanced remote diagnostics and network monitoring capabilities available over Ethernet  p. 84 Detailed information 46 Storage and conveyor | SICK 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  47. 47. Product family overview Bar code scanners  CLV64x CLV65x CLV69x Dynamic, multi-functional Always in auto focus The highest level of flexibility and power Dynamic focus control ≤ 50° 400 Hz ... 1,200 Hz 0.15 mm ... 1 mm 30 mm ... 840 mm – l, AUX (only RS-232) – – / l l l, optional via external connection module (CDF600-2) l, optional via external connection module (CAN232) l, optional via external connection module (CDM + CMF) 250 g ... 420 g Auto focus ≤ 50° 600 Hz ... 1,000 Hz 0.25 mm ... 1 mm 125 mm ... 1,625 mm – l, AUX (only RS-232) – – / l l l, optional via external connection module (CDF600-2) l, optional via external connection module (CAN232) l, optional via external connection module (CDM + CMF) 320 g / 250 g A B C D E F Auto focus ≤ 60° / ≤ 50° 400 Hz ... 1,200 Hz 0.17 mm ... 1.2 mm 400 mm ... 2,200 mm – l, only with cloning plug D sub – l , only with cloning plug I/O Ethernet l – •• Dynamic focus adjustment enables extended depth of field •• Integrated pushbuttons for auto setup and reading diagnostics •• CAN, Ethernet TCP/IP, PROFINET, and EtherNet/IP available on board, no additional gateway needed (depending on variant) •• Enhanced SMART code reconstruction technology •• Flexible sorting, filtering, and logical functions •• Advanced, easy-to-use SOPAS configuration software •• Integrated LED bar graph •• Advanced remote diagnostics and network monitoring capabilities available over Ethernet www.sick.com/en/CLV64x 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice •• Huge depth of field due to auto focus •• Integrated pushbuttons for auto setup and reading diagnostics •• CAN, Ethernet TCP/IP, PROFINET, and EtherNet/IP available on board, no additional gateway needed (depending on variant) •• Enhanced SMART code reconstruction technology •• Flexible sorting, filtering, and logical functions •• Integrated web server provides remote diagnostics and monitoring •• Advanced, easy-to-use SOPAS configuration software •• Integrated LED bar graph  p. 84 – – 1,500 g / 2,200 g •• Enhanced SMART decoder tech­ nology •• New and flexible cloning plug technology •• CAN, Ethernet and serial communications available on board (dependent on cloning plug variant) •• Large depth of field due to real-time auto focus •• Advanced, easy-to-use SOPAS configuration software •• Integrated encoder tracking for up to 7 devices without an external controller •• Flexible sorting, filtering, and logical functions •• Integrated LED bar graph with pushbuttons  p. 85 Storage and conveyor | SICK 47 H I J K L M N O P Q R S T
  48. 48. Product family overview A B C D E F H I J K L M N O P Q R S T Image-based code readers  Product family overview LECTOR®62x LECTOR®65x Clever. Simple. Industrial. Nonstop code reading flexibility Auto focus – 60 Hz, WVGA resolution Manually adjustable focus / Dynamic focus control – 70 Hz, at 2 megapixels resolution, 40 Hz, at 4 megapixels resolution ≥ 0.1 mm ≥ 0.12 mm 30 mm ... 3.000 mm l / – l l l, optional via external connection module (CDF600-2) / – (depending on type) l, USB 2.0 / – (depending on type) l, optional via external connection module (CDF600-2) 635 g / 963 g Technical data overview Focus Focus position Scanning frequency ≥ 0.1 mm Code resolution Reading distance Serial (RS-232, RS-422) Ethernet CAN bus PROFIBUS DP 40 mm ... 1,500 mm l l l l, optional via external connection module (CDF600-2) USB DeviceNet l, USB 2.0 l 170 g Weight At a glance •• Decoding of most popular code types: 1D, 2D, direct part marking •• Easy integration with industrial networks: serial, USB, several fieldbus technologies •• Auto setup with function buttons, aiming laser, focus adjustment and green feedback LED – for quick setup without PC •• Compact design and industrial housing •• Analysis tools include live image capturing, code verification and read rate view Detailed information 48 Storage and conveyor | SICK  p. 85 •• 2/4 megapixel resolution; high frame repetition rate of 40 Hz •• Dynamic focus adjustment from object to object •• Integrated high-power LED illumination •• Function button, aiming laser, optical and acoustic feedback signal •• Intelligent, rapid decoding algorithms •• MicroSD memory card for storing images and back-up copies of parameters www.sick.com/en/LECTOR6xx 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  49. 49. Product family overview RFID  A B C D E F Product family overview RFH6xx Frequency band Version Scanning range Serial (RS-232, RS-422) Serial (RS-232, RS-422/485) RFU63x Intelligent RFID communication Technical data overview Product category RFU62x Short-range ultra high frequency scanner Intelligent technology ensures easy integration Interrogator (write/read unit) Interrogator (write/read unit) Interrogator (write/read unit) HF (13.56 MHz) UHF (860 ... 960 MHz) UHF (860 ... 960 MHz) Short Range / Mid Range Mid Range Long Range 150 mm / 240 mm 1) (depending on type) l Max. 1 m 1) Up to 5 m 1) l / – (depending on type) l / – (depending on type) – l / – (depending on type) l l, USB 2.0 – l, USB 2.0 Ethernet – / l (depending on type) – / l (depending on type) l CAN bus l l / – (depending on type) l l, optional via external connection module (CDF600-2) l, optional available externally l, optional via external connection module (CDF600-2) – l, optional via external connection module (CDF600-2) – 450 g ... 760 g 780 g 3.5 kg USB PROFIBUS DP DeviceNet Weight At a glance •• 13.56 MHz RFID inter- Detailed information 1) •• Compact UHF RFID read/ rogator for ranges up to 240 mm •• Transponder communication according to ISO/IEC 15693 standard •• Compact, industrial design with integrated antenna •• Embedded protocols allow interfacing with standard industrial fieldbus tech­ nologies •• Powerful micro-processor executes internally configurable logic •• Flexible trigger control •• Supports parameter cloning via microSD memory card •• Built-in diagnostics  p. 86 write device with integrated antenna for scanning ranges of less than 1 m •• Standard-compatible transponder interface (ISO/IEC 18000-6C / EPC C1G2) •• Supports industry-standard data interfaces and fieldbuses, as well as PoE •• MicroSD memory card for parameter cloning •• Extensive diagnostic and service functions  p. 86 •• UHF RFID read/write unit for industrial applications •• With or without integrated antenna, depending on the type (up to four external antennas can be connected) •• Standard-compliant transponder interface (ISO/IEC 18000-6C/EPC G2C1) •• Supports common industrial data interfaces and fieldbuses •• MicroSD memory card for device parameter cloning •• Several diagnostic and service options available  p. 87 Depending on transponder used and ambient conditions. 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice Storage and conveyor | SICK 49 H I J K L M N O P Q R S T
  50. 50. Product family overview Track and trace systems   Product family overview DWS510-ST12100 Manual Dimensioning, Weighing and Scanning Features Scanner Design Light source Laser class Field of View 1-scanner solution Visible red light (650 nm) 2 ≤ 70° Performance Usage Authorizations Detectable object shape Static max. object weight 30 kg / 60 kg Legal-for-trade approvals (OIML, MID and NAWI) Cuboid objects, singulated Minimum object size 50 mm x 50 mm x 50 mm Maximum object size 1,100 mm x 700 mm x 700 mm (larger dimensions on request) Accuracy of object coverage Allowed weight for legal-for-trade weighing Accuracy of scale ± 5 mm x ± 5 mm x ± 5 mm 0.1 kg ... 60 kg e = 20 g Interfaces Serial (RS-232, RS-422) l Ethernet l CAN bus - PROFIBUS l PROFINET - DeviceNet - Output Data Mechanics/electronics Operating voltage Power consumption Dimensions (length, width, height) of box volume, weight and barcode AC 100 ... 230 V ±15%, 50/60 Hz Max. 500 W Dimensions of the roller conveyor Ambient data Object remission L = 1,250 mm x B = 650 mm, Height above floor: adjustable from 700 mm to 950 mm (in 50 mm-steps) Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Vibration resistance EN 61000-6-2:2001 / EN 61000-6-4:2001 EN 60068-2-65, -27, -29, -64 Shock resistance EN 60068-2-65, -27, -29, -64 Ambient operating temperature Storage temperature Detailed information 50 Storage and conveyor | SICK 10 % ... 200 % 0 °C ... 40 °C –20 °C ... 70 °C www.sick.com/en/DWS 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  51. 51. Track and trace systems   Product family overview DWS520-ST22100 DWS520-ST32100 Extended Measuring size and weight for all shapes Measuring size and weight for all shapes 2-scanner solution Visible red light (650 nm) 2 70° 2-scanner solution Visible red light (650 nm) 2 70° Static max. object weight 30 kg / 60 kg Legal-for-trade approvals (OIML, MID and NAWI) Almost any, singulated Static max. object weight 30 kg / 60 kg Legal-for-trade approvals (OIML, MID and NAWI) Almost any, singulated 50 mm x 50 mm x 50 mm 50 mm x 50 mm x 50 mm 1,200 mm x 800 mm x 800 mm 1,800 mm x 900 mm x 900 mm ± 5 mm x ± 5 mm x ± 5 mm ± 5 mm x ± 5 mm x ± 5 mm 0.1 kg ... 60 kg 0.1 kg ... 60 kg e = 20 g e = 20 g l l l l - - l l - - - - Dimensions (length, width, height) of box volume, weight and barcode Dimensions (length, width, height) of box volume, weight and barcode AC 100 ... 230 V ±15%, 50/60 Hz AC 100 ... 230 V ±15%, 50/60 Hz Max. 500 W Max. 500 W L = 1,400 mm x B = 800 mm, Height above floor: adjustable from 700 mm to 950 mm (in 50 mm-steps) L = 2,000 mm x B = 900 mm, Height above floor: adjustable from 700 mm to 950 mm (in 50 mm-steps) 10 % ... 200 % 10 % ... 200 % EN 61000-6-2:2001 / EN 61000-6-4:2001 EN 60068-2-65, -27, -29, -64 EN 61000-6-2:2001 / EN 61000-6-4:2001 EN 60068-2-65, -27, -29, -64 EN 60068-2-65, -27, -29, -64 EN 60068-2-65, -27, -29, -64 0 °C ... 40 °C 0 °C ... 40 °C –20 °C ... 70 °C –20 °C ... 70 °C www.sick.com/en/DWS www.sick.com/en/DWS 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice Storage and conveyor | SICK 51
  52. 52. Product family overview Track and trace systems   Product family overview VMS410 VMS510 MID VMS420 VMS520 MID The single-head volume measurement system for cuboidal objects The dual-head, high-speed volume measurement system for nearly any shape 1-scanner solution Visible red light (650 nm) 2 ≤ 70° 2-scanner solution Visible red light (650 nm) 2 70° In motion flat conveyor, conveyor width 1 m Legal-for-trade approvals (MID and OIML) ≤ 2 m/s In motion flat conveyor, conveyor width 1 m Legal-for-trade approvals (MID and OIML) ≤ 3 m/s Features Scanner Design Light source Laser class Field of View Performance Usage Authorizations Transport Speed Minimum object distance 25 mm 25 mm Detectable object shape Cuboid objects, singulated Almost any, singulated 50 mm x 50 mm x 50 mm (v ≤ 1.2 m/s) 100 mm x 100 mm x 50 mm (v = 1.2 m/s ... v = 2 m/s) 2,600 mm x 1,000 mm x 1,000 mm 50 mm x 50 mm x 50 mm (v ≤ 3 m/s) 2,600 mm x 1,000 mm x 1,600 mm ± 5 mm x ± 5 mm x ± 5 mm (v ≤ 1.2 m/s) ± 5 mm x ± 5 mm x ± 5 mm (v ≤ 3 m/s) Minimum object size Maximum object size Accuracy of object coverage Interfaces Serial (RS-232, RS-422) l l – Ethernet l – l – CAN bus – – PROFIBUS l – l PROFINET – – DeviceNet – – Dimensions (length, width, height) of box volume Dimensions (length, width, height) of box volume Output Data Mechanics/electronics Operating voltage Power consumption ≤ 24 V DC ±15 % 25 W 100 V AC ... 240 V AC ±15 % 50 W ≤ 24 V DC ±15 % 50 W 100 V AC ... 240 V AC ±15 % 100 W Ambient data 10 % ... 200 % 10 % ... 200 % Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) Vibration resistance EN 61000-6-2:2001 / EN 61000-6-4:2001 EN 60068-2-65, -27, -29, -64 EN 61000-6-2:2001 / EN 61000-6-4:2001 EN 60068-2-65, -27, -29, -64 Shock resistance EN 60068-2-65, -27, -29, -64 EN 60068-2-65, -27, -29, -64 0 °C ... 40 °C 0 °C ... 40 °C Object remission Ambient operating temperature Storage temperature Detailed information 52 Storage and conveyor | SICK –20 °C ... 70 °C –20 °C ... 70 °C www.sick.com/en/VMS www.sick.com/en/VMS 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  53. 53. Product family overview Track and trace systems   VMS530 NSDS VMS530 IDS VMS520 Sorter – – – 3-scanner solution Visible red light (650 nm) 2 70° 2-scanner solution Visible red light (650 nm) 2 ≤ 70 ° In motion, flat conveyor, conveyor width 1.5 m In motion tilt tray, crossbelt Legal-for-trade approvals (MID and OIML) Legal-for-trade approvals (MID and OIML) ≤ 2 m/s ≤ 0.5 m/s – 50 mm non singulated ≤ 3 m/s 25 mm Almost any, singulated 100 mm x 100 mm x 50 mm (v ≤ 2.0 m/s) 100 mm x 100 mm x 50 mm (v ≤ 0.5 m/s) 50 mm x 50 mm x 50 mm (v ≤ 3 m/s and only with cubical objects, otherwise 100 mm x 100 mm x 100 mm) 2,300 mm x 1,500 mm x 1,000 mm ± 10 mm x ± 10 mm x ± 5 mm (v ≤ 2.0 m/s) 3,200 mm x 1,500 mm x 1,000 mm ± 10 mm x ± 10 mm x ± 5 mm (v ≤ 0.5 m/s) 1,600 mm x 1,000 mm x 1,000 mm l – ± 5 mm x ± 5 mm x ± 5 mm (v ≤ 3 m/s) l l l l l – – – – – – – Dimensions (length, width, height) of box volume Dimensions (length, width, height) of box volume 100 V AC ... 240 V AC ±15 % 100 V AC ... 240 V AC ±15 % Max. 270 W Max. 270 W 10 % ... 200 % 10 % ... 200 % EN 61000-6-2:2001 / EN 61000-6-4:2001 EN 60068-2-65, -27, -29, -64 EN 61000-6-2:2001 / EN 61000-6-4:2001 EN 60068-2-65, -27, -29,-64 EN 60068-2-65, -27, -29, -64 EN 60068-2-65, -27, -29,-64 0 °C ... 40 °C 0 °C ... 40 °C –20 °C ... 70 °C –20 °C ... 70 °C www.sick.com/en/VMS www.sick.com/en/VMS 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice Storage and conveyor | SICK 53
  54. 54. Product family overview A Connectivity  Product family overview B CDF600-2 C D E F G H Simply easy to connect Technical data overview Supported products Integrated Supports cloning module (CMC) Supports display module (CMD) Supports power supply module (CMP) Supports fieldbus gateway (CMF) – – Integrated (PROFIBUS DP, PROFINET IO) Serial (RS-232) Serial (RS-232, RS-422/485) Ethernet CAN bus PROFIBUS DP PROFINET IO DeviceNet At a glance l – – l, depending on sensor connected l, depending on type l, depending on type – •• Flexible mounting on all standard profiles •• Flexible fieldbus connection for PROFIBUS DP and PROFINET IO •• Code switch for setting node address and operating mode •• LEDs for status and diagnostics •• Plug-in electrical connections •• Integrated configuration memory for connected sensors •• Compact and flexible I J CLV61x, CLV62x, CLV63x, CLV64x, CLV65x, CLV69x, RFH6xx, RFU62x, RFU63x LECTOR®62x, LECTOR®65x IDM140, IDM160, IDM240, IDM260 Detailed information  p. 88 L M 54 Storage and conveyor | SICK 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  55. 55. Product family overview Connectivity  A B CDB CDM Simplified automatic identification component commissioning – from SICK Commissioning sensors the way – for more flexibility CLV61x, CLV62x, CLV63x, CLV64x, CLV65x, CLV69x LECTOR®62x, LECTOR®65x ICR84x-2 ICR85x-2 RFH6xx, RFU62x, RFU63x IDM140, IDM160, IDM240, IDM260 No / yes (depending on type) CLV61x, CLV62x, CLV63x, CLV64x, CLV65x, CLV69x LECTOR®62x, LECTOR®65x ICR84x-2 ICR85x-2 RFH6xx, RFU62x, RFU63x IDM140, IDM160, IDM240, IDM260 No / yes (depending on type) – No / yes (depending on type) – l – Yes (PROFIBUS DP, PROFINET IO, Ethernet, DeviceNet) Partly integrated (PROFIBUS DP, PROFINET IO) – l, depending on sensor connected l, corresponding CMF fieldbus gateway additionally necessary 1) l, depending on sensor connected l, corresponding CMF fieldbus gateway additionally necessary 1) l, corresponding CMF fieldbus gateway additionally necessary 1) l, corresponding CMF fieldbus gateway additionally necessary 1) – l, depending on sensor connected – l, depending on sensor connected – – – •• Compact design •• Two mounting holes for fast and precise installation •• Connection diagram integrated in lid •• Clearly visible and easily accessible screw/spring-loaded terminals •• Configuration by switch •• IP 65 connection of a scanner using SICK standard cable •• Cable glands provide strain relief •• Service plug for direct access to the AUX interface C D E F G H •• Efficient solution to power and connect to SICK’s Auto-ID •• component portfolio •• Slots for optional fieldbus modules, parameter memory, display and power supply module I •• Simple voltage supply of scanner •• IP 65 connection of a scanner using SICK standard cable •• Direct access to the service interface of the sensor •• Connection diagram integrated in lid •• Clearly visible and easily accessible screw/spring-loaded J terminals  p. 87 1)  p. 88 Depending on sensor connected. L 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice Storage and conveyor | SICK 55 M
  56. 56. Product Overview A B C D E F H I J K L M N O P Q R S T 56 Storage and conveyor | SICK 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  57. 57. Product Overview Product Overview Miniature photoelectric sensors Safety laser scanners W2 Flat 58 W4-3 58 W100 59 W100 Laser 59 G6 60 Small photoelectric sensors G10 60 W9-3 61 W12-2 Laser 61 W11-2 62 W14-2 62 Compact photoelectric sensors W280L-2 Long Range 63 W27-3 63 W23-2 64 Cylindrical photoelectric sensors GR18S 64 Z1 65 MultiTask photoelectric sensors ZoneControl 65 Inductive proximity sensors IM Standard IM Triplex IQ Miniature IQ Standard IQ Flat 66 66 67 67 68 Magnetic proximity sensors MM 68 Sensors for T-slot cylinders MZT8 69 Advanced automation light grids S3000 Standard S300 Advanced S300 Mini Remote Safety light curtains C4000 Palletizer deTec4 Core M4000 Advanced Curtain Electro-mechanical safety switches i14 Lock 71 72 72 73 73 74 74 Non-contact safety switches IN4000 Direct IN3000 Direct 75 75 Safety command devices ES21 76 i110RP 76 i150RP 77 E100 77 Safety controllers Flexi Classic Flexi Soft 78 78 Motor feedback systems rotary HIPERFACE DSL® EKS/EKM36 79 Absolute encoders AFS/AFM60 PROFINET A3M60 PROFIBUS 79 80 Incremental encoders DBS36 80 DFS60 81 DFV60 measuring wheel encoder 81 Linear encoders KH53 82 MLG 69 Wire draw encoders Standard automation light grids Bar code scanners PLG 70 VLC100 70 Smart light grids SPL 71 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice EcoLine 82 Image-based code readers LECTOR®62x 85 RFID RFH6xx 86 RFU62x 86 RFU63x 87 Connectivity CDB 87 CDM 88 CDF600-2 88 Vision sensors A B C D E F Inspector 89 Smart cameras IVC-3D 89 Mid range distance sensors Dx35 90 Dx50 90 Long range distance sensors DME4000 91 Dx100 91 Linear measurement sensors OLM200 92 Optical data transmission ISD400 92 Position finders DMP3 93 2D laser scanners TiM3xx 93 LMS1xx 94 LMS5xx 94 LMS4xx 95 Track and trace systems OPS400 95 Networks SICK sensor systems 96 CLV61x 83 CLV62x 83 CLV63x 84 CLV65x 84 CLV69x 85 Storage and conveyor | SICK 57 H I J K L M N O P Q R S T
  58. 58. W2 Flat | Miniature photoelectric sensors W4-3 | Miniature photoelectric sensors A B C D E F H I J K L M N O P Q R S T W2 Flat – At a glance •• One of the smallest photoelectric sensors in the world •• No external amplifier required •• Variant designed to detect transparent and glossy objects •• Rugged housing with metal-reinforced fixing holes Your benefits •• High-performance solutions for very tight spaces provide increased application flexibility •• Fast response times with a high level of accuracy and precise switching points •• The high enclosure rating and the rugged housing offer a long service life that withstands harsh environmental conditions •• Quick and easy installation since sensors can be mounted directly on machine parts -- www.mysick.com/en/W2_Flat For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. W4-3 – At a glance •• Best-in-class background suppressi- on, reliable detection of critical objects and a high immunity to ambient light •• Quick and easy setup using a precise 5-turn potentiometer, control wire or teach function •• Best background suppression in its class •• PinPoint LED for brightest light spot in its class •• Flexible sensor settings, monitoring, advanced diagnostics, and visualization thanks to IO-Link Your benefits •• Low-cost integration due to optimal machine integration in areas with limited space •• Application versatility due to reliable detection of shiny or jet-black objects •• Rugged mounting system with M3 threaded metal inserts reduces maintenance costs due to a long service life •• High immunity to ambient light reduces downtime caused by false trips •• Clearly visible light spot simplifies alignment •• IO-Link provides easy data access from the PLC •• Quick and easy configuration •• Quick and easy integration using function blocks -- www.mysick.com/en/W4-3 For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. 58 Storage and conveyor | SICK 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  59. 59. Miniature photoelectric sensors | W100 Miniature photoelectric sensors | W100 Laser W100 – At a glance •• Standard miniature housing with M3 threaded mounting holes •• Optics with standard red LED or bright light LED •• Connector and cable versions •• Light/dark switching and sensitivity •• Various versions are available, inclu- ding through-beam, retro-reflective, energetic and background suppression •• Wide variety of accessories available adjustment via rotary switch possible Your benefits •• Highly visible light spot simplifies alignment •• Reliable detection of glossy objects at a close range with WL100 bright light models •• Less contamination due to high optical operating reserve •• M3 threaded mounting holes provide quick and easy installation -- www.mysick.com/en/W100 For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. W100 Laser – At a glance •• Standard miniature housing with M3 threaded mounting holes •• Long sensing range •• Light/dark switching and sensitivity adjustment via rotary switch possible •• Various versions are available, inclu- ding through-beam, retro-reflective and energetic •• Wide variety of accessories available •• Laser emitter LED, class 1 Your benefits •• Reliable detection of small objects •• Less contamination due to high optical operating reserve •• M3 threaded mounting holes provide easy installation •• Compact housing easily fits in applications with limited space -- www.mysick.com/en/W100_Laser For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice Storage and conveyor | SICK 59 A B C D E F H I J K L M N O P Q R S T
  60. 60. G6 | Miniature photoelectric sensors G10 | Small photoelectric sensors A B C D E F H I J K L M N O P Q R S T G6 – At a glance •• PinPoint LED for a bright, precise light spot •• Durable metal threaded inserts •• SICK ASIC technology - the result of decades of experience in photoelectric sensors •• Large, user-friendly potentiometer •• Large, bright indicator LEDs •• IP 67 enclosure rating Your benefits •• Easy alignment and precise object detection due to a highly visible PinPoint LED •• Quick and easy mounting and high durability due to threaded metal inserts •• SICK ASIC technology provides high performance and excellent reliability •• Easy to adjust due to large, userfriendly potentiometers •• Easy to monitor due to large, bright indicator LEDs •• Easy installation with SICK accessories -- www.mysick.com/en/G6 For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. G10 – At a glance •• Maximum optical window surface combined with a small sensor housing •• Sensing range up to 700 mm with background suppression performance •• PinPoint LED with bright and precise light spot •• Sensor variants in all major detection principles and with DC or AC/DC power supply •• Transistor output or relay output •• Latest SICK ASIC chip technology •• Rugged sensor housing with metal sleeved mounting holes Your benefits •• G10 focuses on the essentials the user really needs – without compromising quality, reliability or performance •• One sensor family serves all standard industrial and domestic applications •• Reliable object detection and long scanning ranges thanks to large optics and SICK ASIC technology •• Easy and fast sensor alignment due to small and highly visible PinPoint light spot •• Insensitive to dust and dirt on front lens or reflector •• Clever accessories reduce installation effort and safe time -- www.mysick.com/en/G10 For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. 60 Storage and conveyor | SICK 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  61. 61. Small photoelectric sensors | W9-3 Small photoelectric sensors | W12-2 Laser W9-3 – At a glance •• High-performance sensor in ultra- •• Two emitter LEDs for best-in-class •• PinPoint LED for highly visible and •• Variable mounting with M3 or M4 rugged VISTAL™ housing precise light spot background suppression hole pattern •• Wide range of connection options Your benefits •• Robustness with the VISTAL™ housing •• Best in class performance •• Wide variance in connection, mouting and optic -- www.mysick.com/en/W9-3 IP 69K For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. W12-2 Laser – At a glance •• Best-in-class retro-reflective laser performance in a metal housing •• Teflon® coating available •• Precise autocollimation optics •• Adjustable focus on retro-reflective sensors •• High switching frequency of 2.5 kHz •• Connection via cable or rotatable connector •• Mounting options with through holes, blind holes, oblong holes and dovetail •• Laser protection class 1 or 2 Your benefits •• Reliable object detection of small objects due to superior ASIC (application-specific integrated circuit) technology combined with innovative laser technology •• Red light laser technology provides quick and easy alignment of sensor •• Rugged metal housing (available with Teflon® coating) withstands harsh environments •• Laser protection class 1 or 2 for eye safety •• Resistance to optical interference reduces false readings and downtime •• Rotatable connector provides easy installation -- www.mysick.com/en/W12-2_Laser IP 69K 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. Storage and conveyor | SICK 61 A B C D E F H I J K L M N O P Q R S T
  62. 62. W11-2 | Small photoelectric sensors W14-2 | Small photoelectric sensors A B C D E F H I J K L M N O P Q R S T W11-2 – At a glance •• Uniform housing, mounting and connection systems •• Rugged sensors for industrial use •• PinPoint LED technology provides highly visible light spot •• Space-saving plastic housing in chemically, thermally or mechanically resistant designs •• Dovetail mounting – mounting holes and oblong holes •• Highly visible 360° status LEDs Your benefits •• Reliable object detection due to superior ASIC technology with a high immunity to ambient light •• PinPoint technology provides a bright, small and precise light spot that enables quick and easy sensor alignment •• Precise switching characteristics ensure high performance even in changing application conditions •• Highly visible 360° status LEDs provide quick and easy setup •• Compact and rugged housing design easily fits in tight spaces •• Uniform housing, mounting and connection systems simplify installation •• Versatile mounting options, including dovetail, side mounting and standard mounting holes enable quick installation Class 2 C ® US LISTED 87LL IP 69K -- www.mysick.com/en/W11-2 For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. W14-2 – At a glance •• Outstanding background suppression with OES3 technology •• Highly visible and precise light spot due to PinPoint LED in selected products •• Slim, durable plastic housing •• Complete sensor family with proximity, retro-reflective and through-beam variants Your benefits •• Reliable object detection at a cost- effective price •• PinPoint LED technology provides a highly visible red light that enables quick and easy setup •• Broad product range gives users a variety of choices to fit their application •• Rugged plastic housing in a slim design simplifies installation •• Quick and easy installation using SICK accessories saves time Class 2 C ® US LISTED 87LL -- www.mysick.com/en/W14-2 For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. 62 Storage and conveyor | SICK 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  63. 63. Compact photoelectric sensors | W280L-2 Long Range Compact photoelectric sensors | W27-3 W280L-2 Long Range – At a glance •• WTT280L-2: sensing distance up to 4 m •• WLT280L-2: sensing distance up to 18 m •• Complete background suppression: very small black/white shift, insensitive against reflections from the background (e.g. shiny metal, window, safety vest) •• Visible red class 1 laser light •• Version 1: with 1 x switching output and light/dark switch, version 2: with 2 x switching outputs and light/dark switch •• Disable laser by wire •• Reliable detection also in very fast production processes thanks to the switching frequency of 1000 Hz Your benefits •• Reliable target detection with difficult target colors, angles and color transitions (black/white shift) •• One sensor with two outputs and two status LEDs improves application flexibility and reduces the number of sensors needed •• Quick and easy comissioning with sensing distance adjustment potentiometers and status LED – one for each output •• Quick and easy alignment with a red class 1 laser light •• Rotatable connector and light/dark switch for mounting and installation flexibility -- www.mysick.com/en/W280L-2_Long_Range For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. W27-3 – At a glance •• Intense visible red emitter LED with consistent light spot for PinPoint versions •• Long sensing ranges with IR LED achieve up to 2500 mm •• Precise background suppression for detection of multi-colored objects •• Universal DC or DC/AC supply voltage •• Operating temperature: –40 °C – +60 °C •• Flexible sensor settings, monitoring, advanced diagnostics, and visualization thanks to IO-Link Your benefits •• Quick and easy commissioning due to a highly visible red PinPoint LED •• PinPoint technology can replace laser photoelectric proximity sensors in some applications. No laser safety regulations and a longer operating life due to PinPoint technology •• Resistant to ambient light, optical reflections, and crosstalk from other photoelectric devices •• Less contamination due to high operating reserves, reducing downtime •• Resistant to vibrations, reducing downtime •• Operation in harsh environments with temperatures as low as –40 °C •• IO-Link provides easy data access from the PLC •• Quick and easy configuration -- www.mysick.com/en/W27-3 For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice Storage and conveyor | SICK 63 A B C D E F H I J K L M N O P Q R S T
  64. 64. W23-2 | Compact photoelectric sensors GR18S | Cylindrical photoelectric sensors A B C D E F H I J K L M N O P Q R S T W23-2 – At a glance •• Energetic photoelectric sensor with easy teach-in •• Photoelectric proximity sensors with background suppression •• Intense red emitting LED with consistent light spot on PinPoint models •• Retro-reflective versions provided with and without adjustment •• Teach-in pushbutton on energetic proximity versions for quick, repeatable commissioning •• Cable or M12 connection Your benefits •• Teach-in pushbutton option for quick commissioning •• Easy alignment with PinPoint LED and laser technology •• 360° LEDs provide device status indication from multiple angles -- www.mysick.com/en/W23-2 For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. GR18S – At a glance •• Low-cost cylindrical M18 sensor with extra short housing •• Five different housing styles •• Variety of plastic and metal housing styles, with straight or right angle optics •• Bright and highly visible PinPoint-LED •• Special flush type, one-piece metal housing •• Highly visible signal indicator LED •• IP 67 rating Your benefits •• Space-saving solution due to short housing •• Flexible mounting options due to versatile housing styles •• Easy installation and precise detection due to PinPoint LED •• Reduced maintenance costs due to high tightening torque of single piece flush metal housing •• Rugged and reliable with proven SICK technology •• Highly visible signal indicator LED saves maintenance and commissioning time -- www.mysick.com/en/GR18S For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. 64 Storage and conveyor | SICK 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  65. 65. Cylindrical photoelectric sensors | Z1 MultiTask photoelectric sensors | ZoneControl MultiTask photoelectric sensors | WTR Z1 – At a glance •• Economical design with background suppression, retro-reflective or energetic variants available; nonadjustable •• Compact, transparent housing with 360° status indication •• M18 front mount and 24-25.4 mm slotted side through holes compatible with competitor devices •• Connection system: straight cable output •• IP 67 enclosure rating for harsh environments Your benefits •• High performance at a low cost •• Clear housing provides highly visible 360° of status indication, which simplifies troubleshooting •• Simple and unique mounting options lower installation costs •• Small size fits applications with limited space •• Customization options reduce material and labor costs •• Compatibility with competitor pro- ducts for easy integration into existing systems -- www.mysick.com/en/Z1 For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. ZoneControl – At a glance •• Three mounting versions: betweeen the rollers (IR/R), side frame mount (ZLM) and over the conveyor (WLR) •• Three types of logic: single accumulation, single accumulation with sleep, block (slug) accumulation •• Up to 50 ZoneControl solutions can be cascaded in one string •• Fully animated simulation to ease selection and implementation •• Standard zone lengths of 1m (3ft) or 2m (6 ft) Your benefits •• Largest Zero Pressure Accumulation portfolio on the market gives users a wide variety of choices for their application •• SICK ZoneControl solutions control the flow of packages a on conveyor without a PLC or other external control. •• Quick setup since no programming, no laptop, and no PLC interfacing are required •• With 20 years of ZoneControl experi- ence and personal support from SICK experts, all application and product issues are quickly addressed •• Quick expansion or modification of the conveyor due to the modular design -- www.mysick.com/en/ZoneControl For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice Storage and conveyor | SICK 65 A B C D E F H I J K L M N O P Q R S T
  66. 66. IM Standard | Inductive proximity sensors IM Triplex | Inductive proximity sensors A B C D E F H I J K L M N O P Q R S T IM Standard – At a glance •• Precise operating distances due to ASIC technology •• Extra tough thanks to high fastener torque and hot melt adhesive filling •• M8 to M30 sizes available •• Operating distance from 1.5 mm to 20 mm •• IP 67 enclosure rating •• Operating temperature from –25° C to +70° C •• DC, AC and AC/DC versions available •• Customer-specific models available Your benefits •• Reduced machine downtime •• Reduced mechanical damage •• Fewer maintenance costs due to •• High resistance to shock and vibrations longer service life -- www.mysick.com/en/IM_Standard For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. IM Triplex – At a glance •• Triple operating distance up to 40 mm •• Operating temperature from –25° C to +70 °C •• High switching frequencies •• M8 to M30 housings Your benefits •• Reduced machine downtime and maintenance costs •• Large operating reserve due to triple operating distance improves machine throughput – no missed targets •• Saves installation space on the machine. Less space required for the same operating distance when compared with standard sensors •• Lower risk of mechanical damage due their ability to be mounted further from the target •• High level of sensitivity makes them suitable for detecting difficult parts such as wires, thin sheets, small screws – reduces design and installation time -- www.mysick.com/en/IM_Triplex For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. 66 Storage and conveyor | SICK 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice
  67. 67. Inductive proximity sensors | IQ Miniature Inductive proximity sensors | IQ Standard A B C D E F IQ Miniature – At a glance •• Long sensing distance •• Rugged metal and plastic housings •• Narrow design: 5 x 5 or 8 x 8 mm •• Compact, space-saving design Your benefits •• Trouble-free installation in space- critical applications •• Reliable detection of fast processes •• Quick installation without any fine adjustments •• Long sensing distance reduces mechanical damage •• Maintenance cost reduction due to increased sensor life •• High resistance to shock and vibrations -- www.mysick.com/en/IQ_Miniature For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. IQ Standard – At a glance •• Long sensing distance up to 60 mm •• DC, AC and AC/DC versions available •• Wide range of housing and mounting options •• Variety of connection options inclu- ding terminal, cable (flying leads) and connector types •• Customer-specific models and value add options are available Your benefits •• Increased machine throughput with less machine downtime •• Maintenance cost reduction and reduced mechanical damage due to long sensing range Class 2 C ® US LISTED 87LL 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice •• Reduced maintenance cost due to longer service life •• Time-saving quick and easy installation -- www.mysick.com/en/IQ_Standard For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. Storage and conveyor | SICK 67 H I J K L M N O P Q R S T
  68. 68. IQ Flat | Inductive proximity sensors MM | Magnetic proximity sensors A B C D E F H I J K L M N O P Q R S T IQ Flat – At a glance •• Flat, compact design •• Long sensing distance up to 7mm •• Easily visible indication LEDs •• Available in a plastic (IQ04 and IQ06) and metal housing (IQ20 and IQ25) Your benefits •• Reduced mechanical damage due to space-saving flat housing, which does not protrude from sensor •• Time-saving simple installation with one or two screws •• No restrictions on machine design -- www.mysick.com/en/IQ_Flat For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. MM – At a glance •• Reliable detection of permanent magnets through non-ferromagnetic materials such as stainless steel, aluminum, plastic or wood •• Precise switching point and exact hysteresis •• Reliable object detection in high temperature zones •• Small housing design with large operating distances •• Resistant to dust, dirt, and vibrations, increasing sensor life and reducing maintenance costs Your benefits •• Non-contact operation eliminates interference from dirt, dust and vibrations, increasing sensor life and reducing maintenance costs •• Space-saving installation due to small design •• Large operating distances with reliable switching increase throughput •• Non-contact, universal detection through several substances, including plastic containers and pipes protective PTFE walls and non-magnetic metal walls -- www.mysick.com/en/MM For more information, just enter the link or scan the QR code and get direct access to technical data, CAD design models, operating instructions, software, application examples and much more. 68 Storage and conveyor | SICK 8016497/2013-09-25 Subject to change without notice

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