Lenord+Bauer has developed speed sensors featuring several self-sufficient sensor groups which supply supplementary monitoring devices with independent speed signals without requiring more installation space.
Lenord+Bauer has published the new solution catalog “Semi- and fully automated format adjustment”. It provides a complete overview of the SeGMo product family, which enables the user to optimize processes, save time and avoid errors.
Again Lenord, Bauer & Co. GmbH has been awarded the “Innovation through research” seal of the Stifterverband für die deutsche Wissenschaft e.V., a donors' association for the promotion of education, science and innovation in Germany. The award honours the company's commitment to university research, teaching and association work.
Automatic positioning systems save time when it comes to format adjustments and enhance the efficiency of production lines. The compact SeGMo GEL 6129 positioning drive from Lenord + Bauer significantly reduces time and effort changing over.
Lenord+Bauer has developed a space-saving M12 threaded sensor to meet the specific demands of the heavy goods vehicle market. Thanks to an optional standstill signal, it is also suitable for safety applications.
Lenord+Bauer focuses on expanding its sales activities by establishing a subsidiary in the USA. As the specialist for installed sensors and integrated drive technology, this move reinforces Lenord+Bauer’s direct contact with customers in the machinery and packaging plant engineering sectors.
The SeGMo-Assist digital position display for guided, semi-automated format adjustment can now be integrated into control systems with even greater ease. In addition to the CANopen interface, which is integrated in the device, the standard IE fieldbuses are available via the modular SeGMo-Box functioning as a gateway.
Systems for condition monitoring enable the actual status of the plant to be assessed. To monitor positioning drives, plant manufacturers and operators frequently rely on extensive programming that places unnecessarily high loads on the capacities of the real-time bus. The solution from Lenord+Bauer for data and system analysis provides a remedy.