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TAKT TIME can be defined as the maximum time allowed to produce a
product in order to meet demand. It is derived from the German word taktzeit
which translates to clock cycle. There is a logic therefore to setting the pace
of production flow to this TAKT time. Product flow is expected to fall within a
pace that is less than or equal to the TAKT time. In a lean manufacturing
environment, the pace time is set equal to the TAKT time.
Photoelectric IR Sensor - Typically installed in industrial plants ranging from food and beverage, textiles, ceramics and brick production,
through to logistics. This photoelectric sensor has high reliability and enhanced performance includes through-beam, retro-reflective and diffuse
reflective types in straight and radial versions. Straight versions are also available with background-suppression, limited-reflective detection, and
transparent object detection types for special applications. All models are available in plastic and metal housing.
Proximity Sensors - Available in models
using High-frequency oscillation to detect ferrous and non-ferrous
metal objects and in capacitive models to detect non-metal objects. Models are available with environment resistance, heat resistance, resistance to
chemicals, and resistance to water. Applications includes: Detects lead frames, aluminum caps, componenets, machine movement, cylinder positioning.