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Banner Engineering

Koning Albert 1Laan 50
B-1780 Wemmel
Belgium

Telephone : 32 24560789
Web : www.bannerengineering.com


Editorial archive;

Rugged safety light curtain 26/01/2016
Banner Engineering has introduced a rugged safety light curtain designed for ease of use and long life in a wide range of manufacturing and packaging applications. Full Story...

Laser sensor detects difficult targets 27/01/2015
A rugged laser sensor, designed for difficult distance-based applications over a range of 25-300mm has been introduced by Banner Engineering. Full Story...

Illuminated emergency stop button 22/01/2013
A new 30mm mount emergency stop pushbutton from Banner has been designed to combine safe operation and high visibility status indication in one housing. Full Story...

Self-contained wireless photoelectric sensor 09/01/2013
What is believed to be the first self-contained wireless photoelectric sensing solution for multiple monitoring and control applications has been introduced by Banner Engineering. Full Story...

How to select a safety light screen for industrial machinery 02/03/2010
Safety light curtains, appropriately applied to industrial machinery applications, can protect and provide required functionality, significantly lowering risk to personnel and equipment. Full Story...

Engineers welcome new generation of Pick-to-Light sensors 18/09/2007
In response to unrelenting pressure for greater process efficiency and product quality, engineers in manufacturing, warehousing and distribution are constantly seeking greater capabilities in pick-to-light systems. Full Story...

LOW COST, HIGH HORSEPOWER Vision Sensors 01/10/2006
Designed to run fast and cheap, with the bare minimum of features, these new sensors do not require a PC to process their images. And since they’re not designed for a specific task, they can easily be moved from one application to another. Full Story...