Industrial Robot Sensing Module

Industrial Robot Sensing Module

Description

Industrial Robot Sensing Module is used as an overall term for different kinds of sensor inputs. Sensing Modules can process output signals from sensors that are needed for example to detect the position of an object that the robot is supposed to grab or as well to force shutdowns in critical situations.

Typical sensors or transmitters used in an industrial robotic system are displacement, flow transmitter, level, pressure and temperature transmitter.

Typical sensors or transmitters used in an industrial robotic system are displacement, flow transmitter, level, pressure and temperature transmitter.

For more information on Field Transmitter also look at:
Field Transmitter: Displacement Transmitter
Field Transmitter: Flow Transmitter
Field Transmitter: Pressure Transmitter
Field Transmitter: Temperature Transmitter

To monitor the environment of the robot and detect the position of the robot itself or an object around it typically a vision system is used. This refers to the more generic term Machine Vision. For more details on Machine Vision also look at:
Machine Vision: Camera
Machine Vision: Code Readers
Machine Vision: Lightning
Machine Vision: Vision Computer

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