Swiss safety-systems specialist Contrinex launches a new high-speed Safety Relay suitable for use with its Safetinex Type 2 and Type 4 light curtains.
Contrinex has published a new General Catalog 2016-2017 presenting not only the expanded sensor ranges, but also all current safety and RFID products in one volume.
Food-grade washdown inductive sensors from Swiss manufacturer Contrinex are completely compatible with the strict hygiene standards of the dairy industry, helping maximize plant utilization during round-the-clock production of milk-based foodstuffs.
Contrinex is presenting a large number of new products and innovative solutions at this year's SPC IPC Drives in Nuremberg.
Thanks to the new high frequency RFID read/write modules (HF RWMs) with IO-Link interface V 1.1, it has never been easier to plug and play.
The new series of Full Inox Miniature inductive sensors from Contrinex are the smallest self-contained inductive sensors on the market.
Contrinex has added a classical housing type (series 600) to its Washdown range of food industry approved inductive sensors.
We are currently showcasing our latest smart factory solutions at the Industrial Automation Show, Shanghai, China.
On 25th August 2015, Contrinex celebrated the official opening of its new, high-tech production site in Sri Lanka.
On 1st September 2015, Contrinex opened a new service center in Leinfelden-Echterdingen in Germany. The innovative manufacturer of premium sensors will concentrate all its European order processing here, including sales support by the Key Accounting and Key Applications departments.
Swiss sensor technology group Contrinex is set to boost activities in China with a new national head office in the Shanghai Free Trade Zone and a new state-of-the-art production site in Suzhou.
A container manufacturer uses a modified forklift, fitted with two sets of forks, for unloading bulk cargo.
To monitor the speed of industrial composting machines, robust and reliable FULL INOX sensors operate continuously inside the rotor, withstanding dust, humidity and high temperatures.
A German manufacturer of cold-forming tools for joining sheet metal uses position sensing to control the operation of a manual punch-riveting tool.
Modern wind turbines operate continuously in remote, highly demanding environments.