AUTONICS - Autonics is a leading provider of automation solutions from South Korea. We develop and manufacture a wide range of automation products which are marketed worldwide. Our core products include various sensors, controllers, motion devices, measuring equipment, laser marking systems, connection equipment and more. Our products are trusted and adopted by engineers in various industrial applications and our technology is widely applied in day-to-day automation devices. With 12 international offices in South Korea, China, Japan, India, Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia, Russia, Turkey, USA, Brazil, Mexico, Autonics is able to provide comprehensive automation solutions for our customers across the globe. By continuing to offer top quality automation products and services, we hope to accomplish our mission, which is to enrich the quality of human lives by delivering new values that will make the world more convenient.
Photoelectric sensors are used to detect distance, absence or presence of objects using a light transmitter and receiver.
Photomicro sensors are compact sized photoelectric sensors with built-in amplifiers used to detect presence of mechanical parts in equipments.
Fiber Optic Sensors
Fiber optic sensors combine optic fiber cables and amplifiers to provide accurate detection of objects in various applications.
Displacement sensors can measure thickness, width, level difference, disparity, curve, evenness of target objects by detecting the amount of displacement using laser beams.
Laser scanners utilize time-of-flight (ToF) method to measure the round trip time of the infrared laser beam, to accurately detect presence of objects within a wide range area.
Door sensors are special-purpose photoelectric sensors generally used in automatic door management systems.
Area sensors are convenient, general purpose light screens used to detect passing of objects in specified areas.
Proximity sensors are common, reliable, and durable solutions for applications requiring non-contact detection.
Rotary encoders are used to electronically monitor the position of a rotating shaft by converting shaft rotation.