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Leuze electronic

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

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


Editorial archive;

Solutions for intelligent motion systems 27/06/2016
Industry 4.0 will soon start to place greater demands on sensors, which have a increasingly important role to play. This is already starting to be seen in intralogistics applications. Full Story...

Distance sensors with high tolerances 23/02/2016
The new measuring and switching distance sensors of the 10 series from Leuze electronic feature a high tolerance to colour, material, surface and detection angle which makes it reliable and precise in logistics applications and conveyor systems as well as in the packaging industry.  Full Story...

IO-Link is key for Industry 4.0 22/12/2015
Industry 4.0 will only become reality via standardised communication interfaces. For this reason IO-Link has a prominent role with simple sensors, whereas Ethernet and Ethernet-based field buses are more prominent with sensors that are more high-performance and bigger, says Gary Hockin, Leuze electronic UK national sales manager. Full Story...

Safety light curtains with integrated AS-i interface 07/11/2014
The MLC series safety light curtains from  Leuze electronic are now available with an inte-grated AS-i Safety interface. Full Story...

Photoelectric sensor transmits data interference-free with light 04/11/2014
Leuze electronic has developed a data transmission photoelectric sensor that, in addition to having a transmission rate of 100 Mbit/sec, is said to set new standards with respect to usability. Full Story...

Sensing transparent media 11/02/2014
The 18B sensor series, from Leuze electronic, extends its sensing capabilities in the area of high-performance sensors for transparent media. Full Story...

Leuze electronic's 20th anniversary at Drives & Controls 25/05/2010
Leuze electronic 'the sensor people' will celebrate 20 years in the UK at the Drives & Controls exhibition by giving away a day's Machine Safety Inspection worth £750, each day of the show. Full Story...

A trace of milk 30/06/2009
Milk processing plants are under increasing pressure to increase processing capacity and efficiency. On top of this they face challenges from legislative requirements such as traceability and control. Full Story...

PC-based vision has fire in its wires 30/10/2008
The visionPOWERBOX is a compact Windows-based image processing system that uses FireWire technology to transfer images at 400 MBits/sec. Full Story...

Even the smallest sensor comes with unique features 27/08/2008
With its 3B series, Leuze electronic has come up with a whole new generation of miniature-format diffuse reflection light scanners. Full Story...

Boxing clever to attract 01/02/2008
Terry Boughen, managing director of Leuze Mayser, discusses what can be done to overcome difficulties in sensing translucent and clear objects. Full Story...

No Additives - makes Ethernet more attractive for industry 01/10/2007
Today, virtually all photoelectric sensors are readily available with various BUS formats. However, further product development will soon see these types of sensors featuring integration of the communication interface directly into the device with FAST Ethernet capability. Terry Boughen, managing director of Leuze Mayser Electronic, explains how this can offer direct benefits to the user. Full Story...

Scanner reads damaged codes 12/07/2007
Leuze Mayser has expanded its BCL series with a product that claims to read damaged barcodes. Full Story...