SICK 's SLG-2 automation light grid

Automation Light Grid Offers Easy Integration

Sept. 2, 2021
The SLG-2 automation light grid from SICK is Industry 4.0-ready.

The SLG-2 automation light grid is the second generation of the “Slim Light Grid” and offers enhanced flexibility and functionality. Space-saving dimensions, low-profile construction, detection heights adjustable in practical increments and a blind zone-free design ensure an easy integration in machines where space is limited. The performance of the SLG-2 with its patented optics is complemented by the integrated smart task functionality and extensive diagnostic options.

With IO-Link communication as a standard, the light grid is Industry 4.0-ready. The SLG-2 is designed for use in logistics systems, machine building and packaging machines. It fulfils a range of requirements demanded by integrators and OEMs with regard to ease of integration, performance, functionality and its future-proofing capabilities.

SICK

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