Short Can Sensors
for short can detection in DWI bodymakers
- Detects the can not the punch
- Greatly improved R&R - better process control
- Optimum tooling and machine protection
- Maximum reliability, minimum down time
- Long lasting rugged construction
- Complete and compatible
Bodymaker Control Module
The 2x7 series Short Can Sensors can be used incombination with the BCM500 Bodymaker Control Module to allow additional functions that support all of the fast control logic requirements of a bodymaker. These functions are integrated with short can and tear-off detection to drive special high speed clutch outputs.
Detects The Can Not The Punch
These high efficiency Short Can Sensors detect each can, yet remain totally blind to the punch.
Optimum Tooling & Machine Protection
Using positive discrimination methods and 'zero-drift' detection, these sensors provide reliable detection of short cans or 'tear-offs' to protect your tooling investment.
Maximum Reliability, Minimum Down-time
Sencon Metal Discriminating Sensors employ special encapsulants, sealed cases and custom-fabricated metallic end plates to withstand hydraulic abrasion and provide maximum durability with long service life.
Long Lasting Rugged Construction
Sencon metal discriminating sensors are fully encapsulated in non hygroscopic materials that are highly resistant to shock, vibration, coolant oils and humidity. They also employ custom-fabricated titanium sensing face protection plates to withstand hydraulic abrasion and provide maximum durability in the demanding bodymaker tool environment.
Complete & Compatible
All 2xx Series sensors are equipped with both source (PNP) and sink (NPN) outputs, and they are supplied complete with mounting nuts. The sensors optimize production output by significantly cutting bodymaker maintenance requirements.
Short Can Sensor Selection Guide
|Integral Cable||Quick Disconnect||
over Steel punch
|Steel can over
|Aluminum can over Magnetic Carbide punch||9-287-03/63 ‡|
|Aluminum can over Non-magnetic Carbide punch||9-287-53 ‡|