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Presence Check of Nail Pins in Pallet Nail Machines by Miniature Inductive Sensor

In the production of wooden pallets, automatic nailing machines are used to join the individual wooden parts. The nail pins are first fed into magazines and then fired into the wood with compressed air. A miniature inductive sensor is used to check whether there is a metal pin in the dispenser unit and whether there is a sufficient supply for the next shot. If the nail is present, it is fired into the wood. If it is not present, the sensor switches off, the machine decelerates and issues a signal for manual intervention. 

Inductive Sensors with Increased Switching Distances

Inductive sensors with increased switching distances offer up to three times the switching distances compared to standard inductive sensors. The integrated weproTec technology ensures fault-free operation of several sensors that are operated directly next to one another.

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