Photoelectric Sensors

Telco Sensors is a Danish developer and manufacturer of a wide range of photoelectric sensors, photoelectric amplifiers, light curtains, fork- and frame photoelectric sensors. As an exclusive distributor for the Benelux, Sensor Partners advises and supports its customers in the use of photoelectric sensors, and we, together with the customer, realize the most challenging applications every year. We are also at your disposal for special designs and custom-made adjustments.

Because of the holidays we will be closed from 24-12-2018 until 01-01-2019, our last shipments will take place on 20-12-2018. On 02-01-2019 we will be at your service again. We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Thru beam

Thru beam

Photoelectric sensors with separate transmitter and separate receiver are placed in opposite of each other. When an object interrupts the light beam, the output is activated. Ideal for bridging large distances or polluted environments.
Diffuse proximity

Diffuse proximity

Diffuse proximity photoelectric sensors use the reflected light of an object in order to detect it. Our diffuse proximity sensors have a range up to 5 meters. Housed in M18 thread or square housings.
Retro reflective

Retro reflective

Polarized retro reflective sensors are placed in opposite of a reflector. A power source is therefore only needed at one side. A range up to 10 meters is available with our polarized retro reflective sensors.
Background suppression

Background suppression

Photoelectric sensors with background suppression are diffuse proximity sensors with an added feature to detect objects within a predefined zone, from sensor to background.
Fork sensors

Fork sensors

Fork sensors are photoelectric thru beam sensors in a aluminium fork housing. These type of sensors are, because of the 5 kHz switching frequency, ideal for fast detection and counting applications where accuracy and liability are of great importance
Frame sensors

Frame sensors

Frame & crossbar sensors are high density light curtains in fork housings. A beam resolution of only 0,5 mm and switching frequencies up to 5 kHz make it possible to count objects whereof the position of passing objects is somewhat undefined.