Wood, metal, or plastic; colored, reflective, or transparent; solid, liquid or powder—the versatility of ultrasonic technology is almost limitless. The wide range of applications is demonstrated by the technology’s insensitivity to countless materials, surface types, and colors. This is true even in harsh environments where other technologies quickly reach their limits.
Ultrasonic sensors are used to detect objects and measure distance in industrial applications where versatility and reliability are key. Ultrasonic sensors feature benefits like minimal blind zones, large measurement ranges of up to 10 m, and adjustable sound beams in different housing shapes and sizes.