- MN, United States
- Tel: (800) 325-7425
- Fax: (952) 941-9287
- Member Since 1988
- Member Since 1988
- Robotic Supplier
Whether safeguarding robot assembly areas or inspecting in-process or finished product, companies can count on SICK for innovative products and top-notch expertise to deliver a wide range of product application solutions. Products from SICK initiate, inspect, confirm, monitor and safeguard the movement of product in a variety of industries that use robotics for automation. With the customer as our focus and innovation as our guide, SICK is equipped to deliver unique and superior products to the robotics industry.
Improved production efficiency and reduced costs due to patented technology.
Long sensing distance up to 1,200 mm ensures reliable object detection.
Rotating connector and cable outlet provide flexible installation.
Withstands harsh conditions in food and beverage industry.
Optimized reading field for logistics applications
SICK announces the launch of the R/IR sensors.
SICK announces the launch of the SAM inductive sensor for speed and acceleration monitoring.
Connectivity with a single cable reduces wiring effort and saves costs
Smaller housing sizes are ideal for tight spaces in harsh environments
SICK announces the launch of the CM12 capacitive sensor.
Reliable safeguarding solution that reduces customers’ cost of ownership
SICK announces the launch of the W4S-3 Hygiene Photoelectric Sensor.
SICK announced the launch of the Frame Light Grids (FLG) for detecting and counting parts as small as 4 mm
SICK announced the launch of the AFS60 and AFM60 absolute encoders with Industrial Ethernet.
SICK, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of sensors, safety systems, machine vision, and automatic identification products for factory and logistics automation, today announced the launch of the ML20 Markless sensor. The ML20 uses a new technology based
SICK announces the launch of the new RFU630 RFID Interrogator.
Two receiver arrays ensure reliable detection of shiny, glossy and dark targets
SICK announced a major expansion and relocation of its facilities in Minnesota. All production and warehousing will be relocated to
Light duty optical incremental encoders offer an exceptional price/performance ratio
SICK announced it has appointed Craig S. Smith as president of SICK Ltd. in Canada.