SICK - Your partner in Machine Vision!
SICK provides industrial vision cameras for factory and logistics automation. The product line includes vision sensors, smart cameras and cameras for high speed 3D machine vision. Target customers are OEM machine builders, system integrators and large end-users.
SICK offers the most distance measurement products in the industry, providing more flexibility and value for its customers. You can detect distances or other dimensions, such as filling levels or positions precisely using SICK distance measurement sensors. From micron to mile, our products deliver the highest degree of measurement accuracy and ensure smooth production processes.
Distances, positions and angles — when precise positioning is required, an encoder is unbeatable. For distance measurement applications, the resolution of the encoder is in the micrometer range, and when making angular measurements, it is equivalent to a few thousandth degrees. Our line includes absolute, non-contact length measuring systems, wire-draw encoders and compact measuring wheel encoders.
IDpro represents SICK’s expertise in all three automatic identification technologies: laser scanner, camera and RFID. All ID pro devices are compatible and interchangeable via our standardized ID pro platform. To help you choose the ideal identification technology, we will provide you with comprehensive information to determine the best technology choice. As the market leader with the largest number of worldwide installations, we have the experience and widest range of solutions that provide maximum uptime and reduced costs.
Ultimate ultrasonic sensor solutions from SICK
Sound is a natural phenomenon which helps us to recognize our environment without physical contact over widely varying distances. SICK’s ultrasonic sensors use sound to accurately detect objects and measure distances. These sensors provide outstanding background suppression to reliably detect objects, regardless of the object’s appearance. The output used – switching, analog or both – is determined based on your application requirements.