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With only 12 mm minimum length, the inductive miniature sensors IH03 and IM04 from Sick set a new world record. Thanks to fully integrated electronics, they do not require an external amplifier and are specially designed for applications with limited installation space. The small all-rounders enable positioning tasks in places where it was previously not possible. Fields of application include handling grippers, linear units or tool spindles.

The IH03 and IM04 sensors are not only ultra short but also very powerful thanks to the ASIC technology with a very precise 2 switching distance of up to 1 mm. With its extremely high switching frequency of up to 8000 Hz, the inductive miniature sensors master even the fastest processing processes with ease. The small housing of the sensors is not only full of high-performance sensor electronics, but is also extremely robust due to the stainless steel equipment. Thanks to integrated IO-Link communication, sensor diagnostics, device replacement and identification are very easy.

Minimal space requirements characterize the robust and reliable sensor product family IM Miniature. Not only because of their low weight, the miniature metric inductive sensors are very well suited for highly dynamic applications in robotics, handling and assembly - maximum performance, switching distances up to 1,5 mm and integrated electronics included.

Inductive proximity sensors detect metal objects without contact, are very robust and durable. With state-of-the-art ASIC technology, they also work precisely and reliably - regardless of whether cylindrical or cuboid sensors with a single, double or triple operating distance as well as special sensors for hazardous areas or harsh environments. Thus industry-specific and individual automation tasks are solved intelligently and reliably.
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