Designed with ease of use in mind, the Panasonic FX-300 Series of digital fiber optic sensors offers a wide range of sensing possibilities in a compact, high-performance unit. The incorporation of a user-friendly jog-dial simplifies operation and maintenance, and intuitive programming minimizes the learning curve to a minimum for beginners and advanced users alike. Up to 16 sensors can be connted together at a time, and the optical communication function makes it easy to copy settings between sensors and save time. With a four digit set-up code built into the FX-300 series, settings can be restored after a reset back to operation quickly and painlessly.
Control the light-emitting amount to a minute degree to allow stable sensing performance over long and short periods by suppressing deviations caused by the ambient environment that could not previously be suppressed.
Customize the light-emitting amount of the sensor to stabilize sensing without changing the response time during close-range or minute object sensing.
Sensing of small objects moving at high speeds with ultra high-speed 35 µs response.
The large 4 digit display allows for a greater difference in digit values and easy set up of threshold values.
Toggle the jog switch to confirm the threshold value settings, even during RUN mode.
MODE NAVI uses six indicators to display the amplifier's basic operations, making it easy to use even for beginners. Current operation mode can be confirmed at a glance to prevent operation confusion.
Detecting the presence or absence of labels: The light-emitting amount selection function can be used to stabilize detection of transparent labels that saturate the light-receiving level.
Detecting the presence or absence of ICs on a tray: Set upper and lower limits for the threshold values using the window comparator mode and toggle the incident light intensity within that limit.
Detecting the passage of small objects: The differential sensing mode will only detect rapid changes in the amount of light, making the detection of small objects possible.