Model 370 / 375
These rugged, compact scanners combine incandescent lens-on lamps with selenium sensors to provide the best in color sensitivity. There are no knobs or operator adjustments. Simple construction consists of only the basic components. The reflective 370 and the transmissive 375 both operate on +5 VDC.
Using dual sensors and sophisticated optics, this scanner was designed to detect small, fast moving registration marks. The output may be treated as an open collector or as a logic level output. All adjustments and indicators are located on the back of the unit.
377 Data Sheet (pdf)
This universal control is compatible with most packaging machines, regardless of manufacturer or design. By arranging jumpers, output can be varied from a simple relay closure to more complex advance/retard differential control. Reset can be through a machine-operated switch or an internal timer. LEDs and an analog meter provide the operator with a simple set-up procedure and immediate operation status.
400 Data Sheet (pdf)
This simple, economic control incorporates the basic requirements of a photoelectric switch. In response to a scanner signal, the output completes a circuit to ground. A DC supply will operate most 24 VDC relays. Jumpers permit the Reset and Synchronizing circuits to operate with a high or low signal. LEDs provide the operator with a simple set-up procedure and immediate operation status.
401 Data Sheet (pdf)
This panel-mounted 1/4 DIN control provides the essential circuits for two-way (advance/retard) registration. Separate timing circuits permit fine control. Manual switch allows override of automatic operations. The 402L is compatible with most photoelectric scanners. LEDs provide the operator with a simple set-up procedure and immediate operation status.
402 Data Sheet (pdf)
Model 801 Rotary Compensator
801 Data Sheet (pdf)
801-803-805 Data Sheet (pdf)
One-to-one machine driven timing for advance/retard (802P) and retard-only (804P) registration systems. Converting the machine cycle into rotary motion, Selector Switches have long-life non-contact interrupter modules. These photoelectric devices monitor the cycle and determine the need to adjust the web/film speed for registration control. Selector switches are rugged and light weight, with simple operator adjustments.
802P Data Sheet (pdf)
804P Data Sheet (pdf)
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