Sick Maritime Industry Guide

Sick Maritime Industry Guide
INDUSTRY GUIDE
MARITIME INDUSTRY
SHIPS CAN CONTINUE SAILING INTO EMISSION CONTROL AREAS
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Tasks
Tasks in the maritime industry
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Applications in focus
Fuel supply
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Monitoring the efficiency and separation efficiency
of the DeNOx system
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Wet flue gas desulfurization system
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Continuous emission monitoring system
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Loading and unloading Ships
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Special information
Maritime services
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System component
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Baggage handling
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Building safety and security
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Products
Product overview
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General information
Company
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Industries40
More information on the maritime industry
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SICK LifeTime Services
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Versatile product range for industrial automation 44
Industrial communication and unit integration
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Services51
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TASKS IN THE MARITIME INDUSTRY
The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has established
regulations for the reduction of ship emissions. SICK analyzers
successfully monitor flue gas scrubbers which remove, for example, SO2 from marine diesel engine exhaust gases. SICK analyzer
systems also measure other components such as CO, NO, NO2,
CO2, H2O, NH3, O2 and CH4 in exhaust gas from gas turbines and
boilers before and after catalysts or gas scrubbers. SICK also offers solutions to measure the volume flow of gases, such as exhaust gases, and natural gas as a fuel. This may be during cargo
loading and unloading, as well as to determine the amount of
fuel injected into an engine. When loading bulk materials, SICK
sensors also monitor loading quantities, and prevent collisions
between cranes.
Emission monitoring
The regulatory requirements for emission monitoring are becoming more stringent worldwide. SICK analyzers and system
solutions monitor and check emission limit values, contaminant emissions and the release of other substances into the
environment.
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Flue gas treatment
Scrubbers, catalytic reactors and particulate filters all remove
gaseous pollutants from the flue gas. Gas analyzers provide
real-time measurement to optimize removal efficiency. This
optimization leads to significant savings of operating costs and
less maintenance for ship operators.
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Measuring
Monitoring material flow on, from and to the ship optimizes
throughput, reduces loading time and saves maintenance
time. SICK has a wide variety of sensors and sensor systems
for precise and direct measurement of volume and mass flow.
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Service
Competent consulting, qualified planning support, detailed
project planning and engineering, installation and start-up –
SICK provides all of these services by its own personnel. SICK
also provides service support for equipment.
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APPLICATIONS IN FOCUS
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Applications in focus
1 Fuel supply
2 Monitoring the efficiency and separation efficiency
of the DeNOx system
3 Wet flue gas desulfurization system
4 Continuous emission monitoring system
5 Loading and unloading Ships
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Focus 1: Fuel supply
1 Steam flow measurement for crude
oil and heavy oil
Crude oil and heavy oil must be heated,
using, for example, hot steam, before
it can be pumped. This steam is either
generated by the ship’s boiler, or provided by service providers in the port
when loading or unloading cargo. In
order to ensure that sufficient steam is
fed in and distributed, precise measurements are also required in Ex areas.
Moreover, the ability to measure steam
flow accurately is relevant for determining the amount of steam supplied.
FLOWSIC100 Process g p. 34
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2 Refueling ships with natural gas
Recording the volume of naturall gas
used in refueling the ship provides the
information required to settle with the
gas provider. The measurement accuracy and reliability of the measurement
system are of vital importance in this respect. The ultrasonic gas flow measuring
device FLOWSIC600 Quatro combines
two high-precision gas flow meters with
four measurement paths in one housing.
FLOWSIC600 g p. 35
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3 Flare gas measurement
The FLOWSIC600 Quatro recognizes
faults before they have a chance to
affect the results of the measurement.
The ultrasonic gas flow measuring
device has a compact, rugged housing
and works without issues, requiring no
maintenance.
Gas flares primarily serve to burn combustible exhaust gas, which may escape
through pressure relief valves during unplanned system operations. Gas flares
are also used to burn gases for short
periods during the commissioning and
decommissioning of systems or system
parts. The FLOWSIC100 Flare measures
the gas flow in order to control the optimum mixture ratio of O2, steam and flare
gas in the flare.
FLOWSIC100 Flare g p. 33
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Focus 1: Fuel supply

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4 Measuring gas consumption in engines
Measuring the consumption of natural
gas at the engine inlet provides the information required to properly inject gas
into the engines, calculate the efficiency
of the individual engines and to optimize
gas consumption. The measurement
accuracy and reliability of the measurement system are of vital importance
in this respect. The new ultrasonic gas
flow measuring device, FLOWSIC500,
from SICK facilitates the high-precision
measurement of natural gas distribu-
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tion to the individual engine cylinders.
The FLOWSIC500 does not feature
any mechanically operated parts, and
is therefore particularly reliable and
requires little maintenance; significantly
reducing operating costs.
5 Measuring the admission of liquid
fuel to engines
Each kWh of engine drive power requires
around 200 g of diesel. This equates to
around three tons of fuel per hour for
an engine with 15 MW drive power. The
ATM60 absolute encoder can precisely
detect the aperture angle of the engine’s
inlet valve for fuel. The payback for this
investment is just a few days.
ATM60 DeviceNet g p. 35
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Focus 2: Monitoring the efficiency and separation efficiency of the DeNOx system
1 Recirculation air in the turbocharger
In order to ensure that less NOx is
formed in an engine, the oxygen
content in the compressed airflow of
the turbocharger has to be measured
and controlled. The TDLS laser oxygen
transmitter TRANSIC100LP facilitates
real-time measurements, providing
direct feedback for controlling the
volume of fresh air. The analyzer is easy
to install and operate. Test gas or flushing with nitrogen is not required, which
reduces operating costs to a minimum.
The heated optics prevent the formation
of condensation, and the integrated drift
monitor enables the TDLS laser oxygen
transmitter to obtain stable measured
values.
TRANSIC100LP g p. 30
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2 Gas analysis prior to selective catalytic denitrification for process optimization
Selective catalytic reduction (SCR) is
used to reduce NOx. This adds a reagent
such as ammonia (NH3), which uses
a catalyst to turn nitrogen oxide into
water and nitrogen at around 400 °C.
The concentrations of nitrogen oxide
are measured at the inlet, and are
included in the calculation of cleaning
performance. The concentration of H2O
and O2 is measured for standardization
purposes.
The analyzer solution, MARSIC300, is
used here. The flexibility of the
MARSIC300 makes it possible to monitor the efficiency of the engines and the
catalytic converters. This is enabled by
the HOTSAMPLER421 measuring point
switchover feature with up to eight measuring points.
MARSIC g p. 32
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Focus 2: Monitoring the efficiency and separation efficiency of the DeNOx system
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3 Gas analysis at the catalyst outlet preceding the heat exchanger
Environmental protection regulations
stipulate that the concentration of NOx
must be reduced before it is released
into the atmosphere. NOx and NH3 are
measured at the catalyst outlet: The
concentration of NH3 (ammonia slip) is
important to the control of NH3 injection. Excess ammonia reacts with sulfur
compounds, forming salts which may
block components in the downstream
area of the selective catalytic reduction
process.
The NOx value determines the efficiency.
The analyzer solution, MARSIC300, is
particularly suitable for this measuring task, as it has been specifically
designed for the exhaust gases from
marine engines. The flexibility of the
MARSIC300 makes it possible to monitor the efficiency of the engines and the
catalytic converters. This is enabled by
the HOTSAMPLER421 measuring point
switchover feature with up to eight measuring points.
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Focus 3: Wet flue gas desulfurization system
1 Gas analysis at the inlet of the wet flue gas desulfurization system
The precise measurement of SO2, CO2
and water in extremely humid conditions in the flue gas makes it possible
to regulate the gas scrubber accurately.
The performance data pertaining to
the flue gas cleaning process is verified
using a reliable, tested measuring technique. The results of the data enable the
development and use of smaller flue gas
scrubbers. This enables new projects to
be carried out more accurately, as well
as more cost effectively.
This is very economical and good for
the environment, as CO2 emissions
decrease.
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Focus 3: Wet flue gas desulfurization system

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2 Gas analysis at the outlet of the wet flue gas desulfurization system
The reliable, extractive, multi-component analyzer system is able to analyze
additional relevant gas components in
exhaust gas, depending on the engine.
In sea areas where nitrogen oxide has
to be measured (NECAs), nitrogen oxide
is analyzed along with SO2 and CO2
simultaneously. The efficiency of the
engine can be monitored online in order
to optimize engines when changing fuel
(e.g., from heavy oil to diesel).
Shorter changeover phases, such as
when arriving in sea areas where emissions have to be monitored (ECAs), result in reduced changeover times, avoid
engine damage, and save fuel.
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Focus 4: Continuous emission monitoring system

1 Monitoring of gas emissions on
ships
Environmental regulations stipulate
that certain harmful substances and
reference values must be continuously
observed. Regulations on emission
monitoring vary from country to country.
Measurement technology must be assessed with regards to its suitability in
many countries – in accordance with the
requirements of EN15267-3 in Europe,
for example, or the EPA standards in the
USA. SICK’s wide range of products in
the emission monitoring field ensures
that it offers complete solutions. The
analyzer solution MARSIC300, developed specifically for ships, facilitates
the measurement of NO, NO2, SO2, CO2,
H2O, CO, CH4, and O2. MARSIC is type approved from DNV GL, ABS, CCS, NK and
KR according to MARPOL Annex VI and
class rules and requirements.
2 Monitoring of dust emissions on
ships
The International Maritime Organization
(IMO) does not require dust and soot
emissions on ships to be measured. Ships
traveling through Arctic waters, however,
must monitor the soot that they emit. The
emission of soot leaves a black layer of
soot on the white ice, making the ice melt
more quickly when the sun shines. Monitoring soot emissions can serve to control
and optimize the engine, particularly when
changing to various fuels. This saves fuel
and prevents engine damage.
DUSTHUNTER T50 g p. 30
DUSTHUNTER T100 g p. 31
DUSTHUNTER T200 g p. 31
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MARSIC g p. 32
3 Recording of mass emissions on ships
Continuous flow measurement in accordance with the technical standard
NTC 2008 determines the mass flow of
nitrogen oxides in gNOx/kWh. This can
be measured easily and directly using the FLOWSIC100 from SICK. The
non-contact flow measurement can be
operated reliably at temperatures of up
to 450 °C.
The waste gas volume flow is recorded
accurately, independent of the fuel and
operation of the engines, boilers and
gas scrubbers on board. Direct and
reliable measurements facilitate the
optimum operation of engines, boilers,
and gas scrubbers.
FLOWSIC100 g p. 33
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Recording and analysis of emissions data for ships
A data acquisition system, such as the
MEAC, is ideal for recording, saving,
analyzing, displaying, and exporting
continuous emission data. This system
has been approved by the classification
society DNV GL as a touch panel PC
in the ‘at sea variant,’ which has been
specifically designed for ships. Reports
are tailored to Annex IV of the MARPOL
Convention.
The MEAC provides data evaluation
that takes into account emission and
ship data, such as current position and
performance. The emission reports can
be downloaded in a readable file format.
Established data transmission protocols – Modbus and OPC – are available
to digitally record ship data. Emission
devices with measuring point switching
can also be connected.
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Focus 5: Loading and unloading Ships
1 Volume measurement for the loading and unloading of ships
Efficient loading processes on belts,
stockpiles, ship loaders and silos
require the precise measurement of the
material flow in order to keep downtime
to a minimum, and maximize control.
It is very important to minimize loading
problems when controlling the material
flow to the port of loading. In the form of
the Bulkscan® LMS511, SICK provides
a comprehensive solution for these requirements, which is especially suitable
if conventional scales or load cells are
exposed to mechanical wear.
Bulkscan® LMS511 g p. 37
2 Protection of ship loaders
3 Inerting of tanks and cargo holds on ships
Numerous areas on ships and in ports
have to be monitored for ships to be
loaded and unloaded safely. For example, loading hatches, superstructures,
booms, and mobile machinery constitute potential hazardous areas. SICK
solutions minimize the risk of collision,
and maximize productivity.
When refueling and loading ships with
fuel or chemicals, gases that should not
be emitted may escape. To minimize
risks to the environment and the danger
of explosion, TRANSIC100LP measures
the content of atmospheric oxygen.
SICK’s solution is based on a redundant
oxygen measurement system with two
transmitters. The TRANSIC100LP is
positioned on land in front of the purge
air unit, which takes in and diverts the
air displaced from the tank or cargo
LD-MRS g p. 36
LMS5xx g p. 36
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hold. If the level of atmospheric oxygen
in the piping is too high, it is displaced
by adding inert gas, which prevents the
creation of an explosive atmosphere.
TRANSIC100LP g p. 30
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MARITIME SERVICES
CONCEPT FOR MARITIME SERVICES
Concept for the provision of maritime services to support the MARSIC ship emissions
measuring device over its entire life cycle. Benefit from our global strength.
Site survey
Inspection of the conditions on board and recommendation
of a suitable installation location
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Clarification of relevant installation-related issues
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Customer-specific configuration of the MARSIC according to the applications and ambient conditions
Individualized electrical drawings
The performance package includes:
• Customer-specific title block
• Configuration of the number of measuring points based on
requirements
Factory acceptance test (FAT)
Demonstration of the assembled, installed and commissioned
measurement system in the production plant for customer
acceptance purposes, including
• Visual inspection of all system components
• Assembly and instruction on use of the system
• Verification of measurement components and measuring
ranges
• Validation of the calibration using test gases
• Validation of the calibration using internal calibration filters
• Verification of correct measurement operation
• Measuring point switchover (for two or more measuring
points)
Supervision of installation
• Support during planning and supervision of installation on
board
• Verification that the installation was performed correctly
• Verification that the system is ready for commissioning
Commissioning
• Commissioning including functional testing of individual
components and the overall system
• Verification of signal transmission to the customer's
system
• Review of project documentation for completeness and
correctness. Amendment of the documentation, if
necessary
• On-site instruction of the customer's staff
Support during class acceptance
• Demonstration of system functionality in the presence of
the classification society
• Demonstration of signal transmission to the customer's
systems
• Assistance of the customer with any queries from the
classification society
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MARITIME SERVICES
Annual maintenance
Annual check of the complete system:
• Visual inspection
• Parameters check
• Maintenance work, as required, and replacement of wear
and tear parts
• H2O cross-sensitivity check
On request:
• Calibration using test gases (recommended) – test gases
provided separately
• Adjustment of the H2O linearization tables (recommended)
Remote support  www.sick.com/sick_remote_service
• Remote maintenance connection to the analyzer via a LAN
or mobile connection for high availability
• Reactive and proactive remote diagnosis by experts
• Qualified support with no travel or setup times for
improved response time
• Secure Internet connection using strong encryption and
access control by the customer
• The remote service platform can also be utilized by the
customer
• System-specific documentation is available at all times
Provision of the calibration gas
• Provision of calibration gases in accordance with the
MARPOL requirements for DeSOx and DeNOx applications
• Includes all accessories (pressure reducer, fittings, hoses)
• Supplied in a handy case for mobile use and easy transport even in confined spaces
Suitable for:
• Class acceptance
• Calibration of the measuring components
24-h hotline  www.sick.com/24-h-helpdesk
• Around-the-clock telephone support (five, six or seven days
per week)
• Trained staff to provide support during troubleshooting and
when replacing components
• Optional remote maintenance support
Individualized service contracts according to requirements
• Modular service concept with individually selectable
services tailored to customer requirements
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SYSTEM COMPONENT
HOTSAMPLER421: MEASURING POINT
SWITCHOVER – MARSIC300
HOTSAMPLER421 tasks
The HOTSAMPLER421 serves to extend the measuring point
switchover of the ship emission measurement device from
2 to maximum 8 measuring points. The sample gas is extracted at three measuring points and fed through the analysis
system (extractive measurement). Up to two HOTSAMPLER421
can be switched between the gas sampling probes and
MARSIC300. It is possible to connect up to maximum four gas
sampling probes to the HOTSAMPLER421. Using the
HOTSAMPLERS421 depends on application and regulation.
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SYSTEM COMPONENT
MARSIC300 system, with gas sampling probes and two HOTSAMPLER421
1 Gas sampling probes
2 HOTSAMPLER421
3 MARSIC300
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BAGGAGE HANDLING
TRACK AND TRACE SYSTEMS FOR
BAGGAGE IDENTIFICATION – ALIS
Baggage handling tasks
Sensors support the transport of baggage from the bag drop to
the baggage reclaim area. Today‘s baggage handling systems
in cruise terminals are required to manage a very large volume
of luggage and shorter transfer times with as little manual
labor as possible. This is where SICK steps in with everything
from sensors all the way to complete sensor solutions for
cruise terminal applications. SICK will work with you to create
a solution for your specific task. We are your consultant for
developing and delivering the sensor solutions you need for
your project. SICK also supports you during the installation and
commissioning stages and provides after-sales support. SICK
is your competent partner during each phase of your project.
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BAGGAGE HANDLING
Automatic bag drop-off station
SICK offers a suitable sensor solution for every task at automated bag drop-off stations. The tasks are varied: reading
boarding passes, identifying baggage labels (using laser,
camera or RFID technology), detecting oversized baggage and
determining the volume and weight of baggage. Other tasks
include taking photos of the bags and classifying them based
on conveyability. Intrusion detection prevents people from tampering with bags or accessing the baggage handling system
without authorization. SICK safety sensors protect passengers
from dangerous machine movements.
IATA bar code reading
RFID tag reading and writing
Baggage imaging
Intrusion detection
Weighing
Classification
Height control
Oversize detection
Determination of volume
Safety
Example 1 of an automated bag drop off station
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Example 2 of an automated bag drop off station
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BAGGAGE HANDLING
Identification
ALIS – laser scanner system
Automatic reading of baggage labels using a bar code laser
scanner system for baggage handling systems and a global
service network.
•• SMART code reconstruction
•• Environmentally friendly thanks to lower energy
consumption
•• Easy installation
•• Optional 100% redundant system design
•• Option of upgrading existing bar code systems with
cameras
ALIS CAM– camera system
The camera-based identification system for highest reading
performance even when bar codes are damaged and dirty.
•• Matrix and line cameras ensure the highest image quality
•• Extended options for video coding and optical character
recognition
•• One interface for communication with the host
•• Significant reduction in manual post-processing
•• An increased sorting rate and optimization of transfer times
ALIS – RFID system
SICK is the innovation leader in the field of RFID in automated
scanning systems for baggage handling systems.
•• Unambiguous assignment of the label to the bag
•• Highest read rate thanks to UHF technology developed by
SICK with the option of 100% redundant system design
•• Use of standard components
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BAGGAGE HANDLING
ALIS – RFID system / laser scanner
Many years of experience in the field of bar code scanning
combined with RFID technology for baggage handling techno­
logy ensure maximum reliability in baggage identification.
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Just a single host interface
Both technologies developed by SICK
100% read rate
Option of upgrading a bar code system with RFID
Volume determination
ALIS DIM
ALIS DIM protects baggage handling system components,
such as x-ray devices, from oversized bags and optimizes the
automated flight make-up by measuring the bags.
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Dimension
Volume
Position
Orientation
Integration into other ALIS systems possible
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BUILDING SAFETY AND SECURITY
CLOSE SAFETY GAPS BEFORE THEY ARISE!
When it comes to protecting public buildings, industrial property, or private houses,
structural measures or protection using security guards often have their limitations.
SICK electronic protective devices for stationary, portable, or mobile applications are
therefore a useful addition. Among others, reliable people-counting and access
systems are indispensable for optimizing business processes and complying with
security rules. Person detection is also relevant in the framework of building control
and automation and for securing logistical processes. For these applications, SICK
offers professional consultation and the necessary planning support in addition to
the appropriate sensor solutions.
Horizontal monitoring of open spaces in front of
buildings
2D-LiDAR sensors monitor open spaces connected to a
property horizontally. Multiple monitoring fields and selective
field evaluation can be freely defined. This makes it possible
to block out certain access routes and paths and to monitor
anyone entering.
Vertical protection of a fence
A LiDAR sensor generates a vertical field on a single fence. In
doing so, the sensor quickly detects whether a person has
violated this field by crawling beneath or climbing over, regardless of the weather conditions, and puts out an alarm.
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BUILDING SAFETY AND SECURITY
Tasks and uses: 2D-LiDAR sensors
Benefits
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Perimeter protection via sensors starts at the barrier encircling the premises and ends at the building envelope. In order
to keep the entire area secure, software inside the sensor
evaluates all pre-defined monitoring fields. If one of these
monitoring fields is violated, an alarm goes off. The position
data of persons in this field can be easily determined using the
measurement data from the sensor.
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make undetected intrusion into an area difficult
detect events at the perimeter of an area
protect fences and forecourts
secure and monitor access points
protect from undercutting with horizontal and
diagonal setup
monitor large areas
protect from manipulation using surrounding
contours as a reference
are not influenced by illumination or unfavorable
weather conditions
can blank fixed obstacles or small objects
At the same time, the multi-echo technology and the possibility of blanking defined objects such as small animals decrease
the number of false alarms. This results in reliable object
detection regardless of the ambient conditions. This protects
personal rights, as the sensor only detects the field violation
and does not take personal photos.
Recommended products:
LiDAR sensors
LMS13x, LMS14x, LMS531, LD-LRS
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PRODUCT OVERVIEW
MARITIME INDUSTRY
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Product overview
Gas transmitters
Gas flow meters
Transmittance dust measuring
devices
Absolute encoders
TRANSIC100LP . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
DUSTHUNTER T50 . . . . . . . . . . . 30
DUSTHUNTER T100 . . . . . . . . . . 31
DUSTHUNTER T200 . . . . . . . . . . 31
CEMS solutions
MARSIC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
MEAC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
FLOWSIC500 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
FLOWSIC600 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
ATM60 DeviceNet . . . . . . . . . . . 35
3D laser scanners
LD-MRS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
2D laser scanners
LMS5xx . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Volume flow measuring devices
FLOWSIC100 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
Flow sensors
Bulkscan® LMS511 . . . . . . . . . . . 37
Mass flow measuring devices
FLOWSIC100 Flare . . . . . . . . . . . 33
FLOWSIC100 Process . . . . . . . . . 34
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TRANSIC100LP Gas transmitters
DUSTHUNTER T50 Transmittance dust measuring devices
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TRANSIC100LP – At a glance
• O2 transmitter based on high-performance laser spectroscopy (TDLS)
• For use in potentially explosive
atmospheres (FM, ATEX and IECEx
approvals)
• Measurement directly in-situ or
extractive using a sample gas cell
(option)
• Designed for heavy-duty industrial
applications
• Compact design and easy to operate
• Long-term stability
• No moving parts
Your benefits
• Measures in real-time directly in the
process
• Easy installation and operation
• Self-diagnostics with maintenance
display
• Low requirements for gas conditioning
• Low operating costs: no consumables
and no purging gas consumption
• Rugged: reliable measurement even
in contaminated gases
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DUSTHUNTER T50 – At a glance
• For medium to high dust concentrations
• Automatic check of zero and reference point
• For small to medium measuring
distances
Your benefits
• Easy installation, commissioning and
operation
• Measurement independent of gas
velocity, humidity and particle charge
• Low maintenance due to self-monitoring
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Transmittance dust measuring devices DUSTHUNTER T100
Transmittance dust measuring devices DUSTHUNTER T200
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DUSTHUNTER T100 – At a glance
• For medium to high dust concentrations
• Integrated contamination check
• Automatic check of zero and refer-
• For small to large measuring distances
ence point
Your benefits
• Easy installation, commissioning and
operation
• Measurement independent of gas
velocity, humidity and particle charge
• Low maintenance due to self-monitoring
• Approved according to EN 15267
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DUSTHUNTER T200 – At a glance
• Integrated contamination check for
sender/receiver and reflector unit
• Automatic self-alignment of the optical assembly
• Automatic check of zero and reference point
• For medium to high dust concentrations
• For small to large measuring distances
Your benefits
• Easy installation, commissioning and
operation
• Measurement independent of gas
velocity, humidity and particle charge
• Low maintenance due to self-monitoring and contamination check
• Approved according to EN 15267
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MARSIC – At a glance
• Rugged design and high level of mea-
surement accuracy
• Up to four measurement points with
one analyzer
• DNV GL type approval in accordance
with MARPOL Annex VI, NOx Technical
Code 2008 and MEPC.184 (59)
• Up to five measuring components at
the same time: SO2, CO2, NO, NO2
and O2
Your benefits
• Low costs due to minimal mainte-
nance requirements
• Several measurement points with
just one analyzer
• High levels of availability and reliability
• Assemblies that are easy to replace
during servicing
• Service support provided worldwide
• Quick access to expert support with
remote maintenance
• Equipped for existing and future
requirements thanks to its rugged
design and high level of measurement accuracy
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MEAC – At a glance
• Evaluation according to EU directives
2000/76/EC and 2001/80/EC
• Evaluation according to 13., 17., 27.
and 30. FICA and TA -Luft (Technical.
Instructions on Air Quality Control)
• Inclusion of operational parameters
and plant conditions
• Visualization of emission and operational data
• Remote data transfer, remote diagnosis and remote control
• Alarm signals when exceeding the
limit values
Your benefits
• Software monitors all communica-
tions with connected field devices
and control systems
• All values are stored on hard disk,
thus it is possible to look at data history even after many years
• A routine back-up is made regularly
on a second hard disk
• Screen displays and output of actual
and historical data are freely configurable
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Volume flow measuring devices FLOWSIC100
Mass flow measuring devices FLOWSIC100 Flare
FLOWSIC100 – At a glance
• Rugged titanium transducers for high
• Probe type PR for economic installa-
• Corrosion-resistant material for appli-
• Automatic function control with zero
durability
cation in aggressive gases (option)
• Integral measurement over the duct
tion from one side of the duct
and span point check
diameter with types H, M and S
Your benefits
• Reliable flow measurement for ducts
• User-friendly operation via SOPAS ET
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High durability of the device
Minimum operating and maintenance
costs
Accurate measuring results under
difficult measuring conditions
Measurement without pressure
loss, therefore no influences on the
process
software
enhanced diagnosis
• No purge air required for applications
with gas temperatures up to 260 °C
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14181
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FLOWSIC100 Flare – At a glance
• Highest measurement resolution and
short response time
• Innovative sensor design for very high
gas velocities
• Optimal signal transmission also at
atmospheric pressure
• Remote installation of control unit up
to 1,000 m away
• Single and multipath meter configuration
• Field repeatable check procedure of
factory zero flow test
• Check cycle for automatic self-diagnosis / signal optimization
Your benefits
• Reliable process control by accurate
measurement near to zero flow readings
• High measurement availability also
under emergency plant operation
conditions with high gas velocities up
to 120 m/s
• Cost saving by remote installation of
control unit in safe area
• System solution to serve three different flare measurements with a single
control unit
• Cost saving by minimized instal-
lation using single probe version
FLOWSIC100 EX-PR
• Securing optimal meter performance
by continuous monitoring of meter
function and extended field diagnostic capabilities
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FLOWSIC500 Gas flow meters
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FLOWSIC100 Process – At a glance
• Corrosion-resistant transducers
made of stainless steel or titanium
• Process pressure up to 16 bar
• Explosion-proof version for applications in Zone 2 (ATEX) available
• Hermetically sealed ultrasonic transducers
• Measurement without pressure
loss, therefore no influences on the
process
• Automatic function control with zero
and span point check
Your benefits
• Reliable and accurate measurement
also at low gas velocities
• No movable parts, therefore low
maintenance
• Measurement independent of pressure, temperature and gas composition
• No influence on the gas flow due to
contact-free measurement
• Approved for usage in hazardous
areas Zone 2 (ATEX)
• User-friendly operation and device
diagnosis via MCU control unit and
SOPAS ET operating software
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FLOWSIC500 – At a glance
• Cutting-edge technology: ultrasound
• Diagnostics and permanent opera-
• Overload-proof
• Optional integrated volume correc-
• Durable and reliable without moving
• Battery or intrinsically safe power
tional check
parts
• Replacable cartridge
• Straight inlet/outlet piping not
tion/data registration
supply
required
Your benefits
• Ultimate measurement certainty and
safety of continuous gas supply
• Reduction of installation costs due to
integrated volume correction
• Simple installation, compatible with
conventional technologies (turbine
and rotary displacement meters)
• Minimal operating costs due to being
nearly maintenance-free
• Easy recalibration due to straightforward cartridge replacement
• Reliable under dynamic load changes
• Self-sufficient operation
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Gas flow meters FLOWSIC600
Absolute encoders ATM60 DeviceNet
FLOWSIC600 – At a glance
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High efficient ultrasonic transducers
Direct path layout
Intelligent self-diagnostics
Compact, robust design
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Integrated log book and data logger
Large measuring range 1:120
Bidirectional measurement
Low power consumption: <1 W
Your benefits
• Long-term stability, reliable measurement
• Low maintenance due to intelligent
self-diagnostics
• Virtually immune to pressure regulator noise
• Ultrasonic transducers can be ex-
changed under operating pressure
• Wide application range
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ATM60 DeviceNet – At a glance
• Extremely rugged, tried-and-tested
absolute multiturn encoder with a
resolution of up to 26 bits
• Mechanical interface: face mount,
servo flange, blind hollow shaft and
adapter accessories
• Zero set and preset functions via
hardware/software
• No battery
• Electrical interface:CAN/DeviceNet
specification 2.0B, electrically isolated; device profile: Generic [0]
• Electronically adjustable, configurable resolution
• Network status info via duo LED
• Magnetic scanning
Your benefits
• Fewer variants are required since one
freely programmable encoder offers
all singleturn and multiturn resolutions
• Easy setup due to electrical connection adapters (1 to 2x PG, 1 to 2x
M12)
• Less maintenance and a long service
life reduce overall costs
• Application flexibility due to easily
interchangeable collets for the blind
hollow shaft
• Quick commissioning using the zero
set/preset function either at the
press of the button on the device or
via software
• Increased productivity due to highly
reliable shock and vibration resistance
• Worldwide availability and service
ensure quick and reliable customer
service
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LD-MRS 3D laser scanners
LMS5xx 2D laser scanners
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LD-MRS – At a glance
• Simultaneous measurements on up
to 8 scanning planes
• Weatherproof thanks to the multiecho technology and IP 69K enclosure rating.
• Lightweight, compact design: Approx.
1 kg
• Wide temperature range: –40° C to
+70° C
• Low power consumption: 8 watts
• Supply voltage: 9 V DC to 27 V DC
• Different angular resolutions in the
scanning range are available
• Integrated object tracking
Your benefits
• Simultaneous measurement on up
to 8 planes compensates for vehicle
pitch
• Easy sensor integration due to compact design
• Low operating costs due to low power
consumption
• Fast data output, even when processing a high amount of information
• IP 69K-rated housing ensures ac-
curate measurements in difficult
environmental conditions
• Better detection by focusing on a
defined scanning segment
• Data preprocessing allows tracking of
up to 128 objects
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LMS5xx – At a glance
• Powerful and efficient laser measurement sensor for ranges of up to 80 m
• Outstanding performance in adverse
environmental conditions due to
multi-echo technology
• Up to IP 67 enclosure rating, built-in
heater for outdoor versions, highly
compact design
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Fast signal processing
Multiple I/Os
Synchronization of multiple sensors
possible
Your benefits
• Superior performance in a vast range
of applications
• Smallest sensor with highest accuracy in its class
• Comprehensive range of lines and
models to suit all performance and
price requirements
• Fast, reliable object detection in
nearly any weather conditions
• Low power consumption reduces
total cost of ownership
• Best price/performance ratio in this
sensor class on the market
• Fast, easy commissioning due to
SOPAS software
• Self-monitoring functions increase
system availability
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Flow sensors Bulkscan® LMS511
Bulkscan® LMS511 – At a glance
• Non-contact measurement of volume
and mass flow of bulk material
• Laser pulses with high angular
resolution ensure outstanding image
resolution
• 5-echo pulse evaluation produces
highly reliable measurements
• Offers non-contact belt monitoring
• Integrated center-of-gravity calculator
• Robust structure for harsh ambient
conditions
• Can also measure at low temperatures thanks to integrated heater
• Compact housing with IP67 enclosure rating
Your benefits
• Maximizes conveyor throughput
• Reduces maintenance costs by pre-
venting belt slippage
• Increases the conveyor belt’s service
life
• Reduces loading time
• Increases efficiency by optimizing
belt capacity
• Simple installation
• Low maintenance costs
• Offers savings through minimized
energy consumption
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Company
WE DELIVER “SENSOR INTELLIGENCE.”
SICK sensor solutions for industrial automation are the result of exceptional
dedication and experience. From development all the way to service: The people
at SICK are committed to investing all their expertise in providing with the very
best sensors and system solutions possible.
A company with a culture of success
More than 8,000 people are on staff, with products and services available to help SICK sensor technology users increase
their productivity and reduce their costs. Founded in 1946
and headquartered in Waldkirch, Germany, SICK is a global
sensor specialist with more than 50 subsidiaries and agencies
worldwide. The people work with pleasure at SICK.
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This is demonstrated by the accolades that the company is
regularly awarded in the “Great Place to Work” competition.
This lively corporate culture holds strong appeal for qualified
and skilled persons. In SICK, they are part of a company that
ensures an excellent balance between career progression and
quality of life.
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Innovation for the leading edge
A corporate culture for sustainable excellence
SICK sensor systems simplify and optimize processes and
allow for sustainable production. SICK operates at many
research and development centers all over the world. Co-designed with customers and universities, our innovative sensor
products and solutions are made to give a decisive edge. With
an impressive track record of innovation, we take the key parameters of modern production to new levels: reliable process
control, safety of people and environmental protection.
SICK is backed by a holistic, homogeneous corporate culture.
We are an independent company. And our sensor technology is
open to all system environments. The power of innovation has
made SICK one of the technology and market leaders – sensor
technology that is successful in the long term.
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Industries
“SENSOR INTELLIGENCE.” FOR ALL REQUIREMENTS
SICK is a renowned expert in many industries, and is entirely familiar with the critical challenges
they face. While speed, accuracy and availability take center stage in all industries, technical
implementations vary greatly. SICK puts its vast experience to use to provide with precisely the
solution you need.
For applications worldwide
Hundreds of thousands of installations and applications go
to prove that SICK knows the different industries and their
processes inside out. This tradition of uncompromising expertise is ongoing: As we move into the future, we will continue
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to design, implement and optimize customized solutions in
our application centers in Europe, Asia and North America.
You can count on SICK as a reliable supplier and development
partner.
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Industries
For your specific industry
For performance across the board
With a track record of proven expertise in a great variety of
industries, SICK has taken quality and productivity to new
heights. The automotive, pharmaceutical, electronics and solar
industries are just a few examples of sectors that benefit from
our know-how. In addition to increasing speed and improving
traceability in warehouses and distribution centers, SICK
solutions provide accident protection for automated guided
vehicles. SICK system solutions for analysis and flow measurement of gases and liquids enable environmental protection
and sustainability in, for example, energy production, cement
production or waste incineration plants.
SICK provides the right technology to respond to the tasks
involved in industrial automation: measuring, detecting, monitoring and controlling, protecting, networking and integrating,
identifying, positioning. Our development and industry experts
continually create groundbreaking innovations to solve these
tasks.
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SICK LifeTime Services
SERVICES FOR MACHINES AND SYSTEMS:
SICK LifeTime Services
SICK LifeTime Services is a comprehensive set of high-quality services provided to support the
entire life cycle of products and applications from plant walk-through to upgrades. These services
increase the safety of people, boost the productivity of machines and serve as the basis for our
customers’ sustainable business success. LifeTime Services range from product-independent consulting to traditional product services and are characterized by extensive industry expertise and
70 years of experience.
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SICK LifeTime Services
Consulting and
design
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Plant walk-through
Risk assessment
Safety concept
Safety software and
hardware design
•• Validation of functional
safety
•• CE-conformance check
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Product and
system support
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Commissioning
Start-up support
Calibrations
Telephone support
24-hour helpline
SICK Remote Service
Troubleshooting on site
Repairs
Exchange units
Extended warranty
Verification and
optimization
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Inspection
Stop time measurement
Machine safety inspection
Electrical equipment check
Accident investigation
Initial verification
Performance check
Maintenance
Upgrade and
retrofits
•• Upgrade services
Training and
education
•• Training
•• Seminars
•• Web training
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Product overview
VERSATILE PRODUCT RANGE FOR
INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
From simple acquisition tasks to key sensor technology in a complex production process: With every
product from its broad portfolio, SICK offers a sensor solution that best combines cost effectiveness
and safety.
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Photoelectric sensors
•• Miniature photoelectric sensors
•• Small photoelectric sensors
•• Compact photoelectric sensors
•• Cylindrical photoelectric sensors
•• Fiber-optic sensors and fibers
•• MultiTask photoelectric sensors
Proximity sensors
•• Inductive proximity sensors
•• Capacitive proximity sensors
•• Magnetic proximity sensors
Magnetic cylinder sensors
•• Position sensors
•• Sensors for T-slot cylinders
•• Sensors for C-slot cylinders
•• Sensor adapters for other cylinder
types
Registration sensors
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Contrast sensors
Markless sensors
Color sensors
Luminescence sensors
Fork sensors
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Array sensors
Register sensors
Glare sensors
Pattern sensors
Automation light grids
•• Measuring automation light grids
•• Switching automation light grids
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Opto-electronic protective devices
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Safety laser scanners
Safety light curtains
Safety camera systems
Multiple light beam safety devices
Single-beam photoelectric safety
switches
•• Mirror columns and device columns
•• Upgrade kits for opto-electronic protective devices
Safety switches
•• Electro-mechanical safety switches
•• Non-contact safety switches
•• Safety locking devices
•• Safety command devices
sens:Control – safe control solutions
•• Safe sensor cascade
•• Safety controllers
•• Motion Control safety controllers
•• Safety relays
Gas analyzers
•• Gas transmitters
•• In-situ gas analyzers
•• Extractive gas analyzers
Dust measuring devices
•• Scattered light dust measuring
devices
•• Transmittance dust measuring
devices
•• Gravimetric dust measuring devices
Analyzer solutions
•• CEMS solutions
•• Process solutions
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Traffic sensors
•• Tunnel sensors
•• Overheight detectors
•• Visual range measuring devices
Ultrasonic gas flow measuring devices
•• Volume flow measuring devices
•• Mass flow measuring devices
•• Flow velocity measuring devices
•• Gas flow meters
•• Flow computers
Identification solutions
•• Image-based code readers
•• Bar code scanners
•• RFID
•• Hand-held scanners
Vision
•• 2D vision
•• 3D vision
Distance sensors
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Displacement measurement sensors
Mid range distance sensors
Long range distance sensors
Linear measurement sensors
•• Ultrasonic sensors
•• Optical data transmission
•• Position finders
Detection and ranging solutions
•• 2D LiDAR sensors
•• 3D LiDAR sensors
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•• Radar sensors
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Motor feedback systems
•• Motor feedback system rotary
HIPERFACE®
•• Motor feedback system rotary
HIPERFACE DSL®
•• Motor feedback system rotary
incremental
•• Motor feedback system rotary
incremental with commutation
•• Motor feedback system linear
HIPERFACE®
Encoders and inclination sensors
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Absolute encoders
Incremental encoders
Linear encoders
Wire draw encoders
•• Safety encoders
•• Inclination sensors
•• Measuring wheel encoders
Fluid sensors
•• Level sensors
•• Pressure sensors
•• Flow sensors
•• Temperature sensors
Integration products
•• Sensor Integration Machine
•• 4Dpro connectivity
System solutions
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Customized analyzer systems
Driver assistance systems
Robot guidance systems
Object detection systems
Profiling systems
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Quality control systems
Security systems
Track and trace systems
Functional safety systems
Software products
•• SICK AppSpace
•• Analytics Solutions
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INDUSTRIAL COMMUNICATION AND DEVICE INTEGRATION
EASY INTEGRATION INTO YOUR AUTOMATION WORLD
In the age of information easy, fast, and manageable access to information is becoming a strategic
asset. Our intelligent sensor solutions and safety controllers provide different integration technologies
that allow easy access – from HMI, PLC, and engineering tools – to data from our sensors. In this
way, we support you towards solving your application rapidly and easily and increase machine
availability with a continuous diagnostic concept.
PLC and engineering tool integration
OPC server
Function blocks
IO-Link devices
Level sensors
Pressure sensors
Presence detection sensors
Distance sensors
Bar code scanners,
Image-based code
readers
1D and 2D
Vision sensors
RFID
Inspector
RFH6xx
RFU62x, RFU63x
Absolute encoders
Laser volume
flowmeter
AFS60/AFM60
HMI integration
OPC technology is used to exchange data between field devices
and Windows-based applications. The SOPAS OPC server from
SICK follows the OPC DA specification and thus can be used
on Windows operating systems.
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Web server
The SOPAS web server from SICK can be used wherever there is
a web browser available. The web server is distinguished by its
ability to both carry out pure data exchange and also to provide
visualizations for the devices, which is a big advantage, particularly for vision sensors.
Bulkscan® LMS511
Function blocks
The SICK function blocks allow you to quickly establish acyclic
communication to our sensors within your PLC program.
Additionally, complex and variable process data can be parsed
into their individual information contents without programming
effort.
Fieldbus and network solutions
DTM (Device Type Manager)
FDT/DTM is a cross-manufacturer concept with which configuration and diagnosis of devices from different manufacturers
can be done with just one engineering tool.
TCI (Tool Calling Interface)
The Tool Calling Interface (TCI) makes it possible to call up a
tool for carrying out parameterization and diagnosis of a field
device via the existing communication infrastructure.
Our fieldbus and network solutions allow SICK sensors and
safety controllers to be connected to all conventional automation systems. This guarantees an easy and fast access to the
available data.
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SERVICES FOR MACHINES AND PLANTS: SICK LifeTime Services
Our comprehensive and versatile LifeTime Services are the perfect addition to the comprehensive range of products from
SICK. The services range from product-independent consulting to traditional product services.
Consulting and design
Safe and professional
Product and system support
Reliable, fast, and on-site
Verification and optimization
Safe and regularly inspected
Upgrade and retrofits
Easy, safe, and economical
Training and education
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SICK AT A GLANCE
SICK is a leading manufacturer of intelligent sensors and sensor solutions for industrial applications. With
more than 8,000 employees and over 50 subsidiaries and equity investments as well as numerous agencies
worldwide, we are always close to our customers. A unique range of products and services creates the
perfect basis for controlling processes securely and efficiently, protecting individuals from accidents and
preventing damage to the environment.
We have extensive experience in various industries and understand their processes and requirements.
With intelligent sensors, we can deliver exactly what our customers need. In application centers in Europe,
Asia and North America, system solutions are tested and optimized in accordance with customer specifications. All this makes us a reliable supplier and development partner.
Comprehensive services round out our offering: SICK LifeTime Services provide support throughout the
machine life cycle and ensure safety and productivity.
For us, that is “Sensor Intelligence.”
Worldwide presence:
Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France,
Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands,
New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea,
Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, USA, Vietnam.
Detailed addresses and further locations
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