Maxcess, a global leader in innovative products and services for web-handling applications, today unveiled the Fife DSE-45 Digital Wideband Sensor. Ideal for applications with variable web widths, the DSE-45 is able to sense multiple webs and web-width changes without requiring manual or automated repositioning, increasing uptime, line speed and profits.
“The DSE-45 continues to expand our Industry 4.0 digital sensor lineup, offering a versatile solution for variable web width applications without the need to reposition or change sensors,” says Darren Irons, global product mgr.-Fife Guiding. “It also offers the ability to sense up to 16 web edges at one time, allowing a customer to use one sensor where multiple sensors would typically be required.”
Offering IP65 protection and backward compatibility, the DSE-45 is able to operate in harsher environments using existing mounting and cable systems, while eliminating the need to remove it for machine washdowns. Due to its digital Industry 4.0 connectivity and superior resolution and accuracy, it offers the ability to alert the operator to faults, allowing them to make corrections without the need to stop the line, increasing throughput and line speed while decreasing downtime.
Maxcess helps its customers maximize productivity through innovative products and services worldwide. By combining more than 400 years of global service and support across the storied product brands of RotoMetrics, Fife, Tidland, MAGPOWR, Webex, Valley Roller, Menges Roller and Componex, Maxcess offers an unrivaled network of application experts and end-to-end web handling solutions to help you work better, faster and smarter. Visit them online at www.maxcessintl.com