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Oct. 7, 2019 08:37 UTC

Azbil Launches Photoelectric Switches with Improved Environmental Resistance

- Enables Reduced Downtime Due to Improved Coolant Resistance -

TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Azbil Corporation (TOKYO:6845) has started sales of Photoelectric Switches for Harsh Environments Model H2B, designed for long-term use in harsh environments such as those in the metalworking processes of automotive manufacturing equipment.

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Photoelectric Switch for Harsh Environments Model H2B (Photo: Business Wire)

Photoelectric Switch for Harsh Environments Model H2B (Photo: Business Wire)

In the metalworking processes of production lines for automobiles and automotive parts, photoelectric switches come into contact with various oil-based coolants, breakdowns frequently occur mainly resulting from coolant penetrating the switch interior through cracks and cables, or other means. The Model H2B has been designed to reduce interruptions to production lines caused by switch breakdown, as well as increase factory operating efficiency.

The Model H2B features die-cast housing for shock resistance and a glass lens cover. By improving the sealing of cables and outlets, and filling cable interiors with epoxy resin, Azbil has enhanced the switches’ protection from coolants.

Features

1 Robust construction and superior oil resistance

  • Die-cast housing and glass lens cover construction does not use resin, which prevents cracking.
  • Multiple sealing prevents coolant from seeping into gaps and other small openings.
  • Cable interior filled with epoxy resin to prevent coolant from seeping in.

2 Inclusion of a model that includes a slit

  • Increased detection performance of small objects due to a narrowed light beam, which is useful when detecting tools with a small diameter or differentiating irregularly-shaped parts.

3 Inclusion of a standard model with a 10-meter cable

  • Eliminating the need for an extension cable prevents coolant from seeping in where the cables connect.

For more information, please visit the following website.
https://www.azbil.com/products/factory/factory-product/switch-sensor/photoelectric-switch/self-contained/lineup.html

Guided by the azbil Group philosophy of “human-centered automation,” Azbil is committed to delivering products that satisfy customers’ needs, providing safety, comfort, and fulfillment.

About Azbil Corporation

Azbil Corporation, formerly known as Yamatake Corporation, is a leading company in building and industrial automation, using its measurement and control technologies to provide customers with high value-added solutions to make their operations more efficient and sustainable. Founded in 1906, Azbil serves customers across the globe in a broad range of industries and aims to contribute to people's safety, comfort and fulfilment, and global environmental preservation. At the end of March 2019, Azbil employed 9,600 people worldwide and generated ¥262 billion in revenue.
For more information, please visit https://www.azbil.com/.

Contacts

Robert Jones / Masayoshi Kogai
Public Relations Section, Azbil Corporation
Phone: +81-3-6810-1006 Email: publicity@azbil.com


Source: Azbil Corporation

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