BMP magnetic field positioning systems give you the ability to monitor running processes reliably and wear-free. They help you stay in control of various processes, ensure simultaneous processing of workpieces while remaining energy-efficient. Their use ensures high process reliability and automation quality. And it all happens reliably, whether you need to control assembly in the automobile industry, or quickly adapt to changing formats and process parameters in the packaging industry while controlling multiple pneumatic motions at the same time.
Our magnetic field sensors detect piston position contactlessly through the cylinder wall. Our magnetic field sensors for T-slots can be mounted directly in the slot and provide a particularly strong hold. They mount flush so that they are suitable for space-critical applications.
For use in harsh environments, around weld spatter or flying sparks, we offer versions in a metal housing or with magnet-sensitive electronics for industrial environments with high welding currents. And extremely short form factors open up extra play allowance when used.
Magnetic field sensors detect piston position contactlessly through the cylinder wall. Our magnetic field sensors for C-slots can be mounted directly in the slot and provide a particularly strong hold. They mount flush so that they are suitable for space-critical applications.
Since all our C-slot sensors can be inserted from above, they will also fit where the slot ends are closed off. We also offer extremely short designs that perfectly fit grippers and short-stroke cylinders.
Our magnetic field sensors with flexible attachment systems are suitable for all groove shapes, such as T-, C-, round, or trapezoidal slots. They can be adapted to almost all cylinder types using special manufacturer-specific mounting brackets. As a result, a reliable tool is always available for detecting position on grippers and pneumatic cylinders. And they are highly flexible.
Moreover, the switchpoint is adjusted only once and is retained even if the sensor is replaced. This way you increase the functional reliability of your equipment. Sensor replacement is safer and easier even in hardto-reach places. A welcome side-effect: our universally applicable sensor types save you inventory space and money.
Our magnetic field sensors for trapezoidal grooves and trapezoidal guides can be mounted easily to the cylinder with mounting brackets and adapters. The sophisticated mounting bracket concept is suitable for most types of cylinder like these.
In addition, we offer sensor variants that fit directly on a cylinder with a 60° and 90° trapezoidal slot without a mounting bracket. The sensors detect piston position contactlessly through the cylinder walls.
Our magnetic field sensors for round cylinders are securely integrated into different applications with the appropriate hose clamp and mounting bracket. The well thought-out mounting bracket concept is suitable for most types of cylinder up to 80 mm piston diameter. Piston position is registered contactlessly through the cylinder wall.
Our magnetic field sensors for tie rod cylinders can be reliably integrated into a myriad of applications. The sensors are traditionally mounted with mounting brackets on cylinders with tie rods and DUO rails. The well thought-out mounting bracket concept is suitable for most current types of cylinder with any piston diameter. The piston position is detected without contact through the cylinder walls.
Our magnetic field sensors for C- and T-slots with adjustable multiple switching points enable quick integration of pneumatic and hydraulic cylinder drives in machine control. Attach our teachable sensors in their approximate position. One or more switchpoints are then set using the teach key. This allows two different switching points to be set on the same cylinder, up to eight with the IO-Link version. One sensor can thus replace multiple traditional sensors. For you this means more convenience, greater flexibility and significant cost savings.
Two magnetic field sensors are often necessary for smaller pneumatic hydraulic cylinders or grippers in order to determine the position of the piston. Our single-connector version reduces your installation and wiring effort and expense. The electrical connection for both sensors takes place via a single 4-pin connector. This means you only need one plug position when connecting to a distribution box saving you both time and effort as well as procurement and inventory costs.
Tubular magnetic field sensors enable you to reliably detect positions in a non-contacting manner. They are vibration-insensitive and switch through non-ferrous metal and aluminum walls without reducing the switching distance. In doing so, they allow for a significantly greater switching distance than inductive sensors of the same configuration size. Another plug: installing it flush in steel is no problem.