How to use color sensors for quality improvements and innovative automation tasks

In many industries, color implies quality. Particularly with consumer goods that arrive at the final customer, the exact color shade affects the value and identity of the product and the brand. Therefore, it is crucial to match the correct color shade in the production process and to produce it homogeneously throughout numerous batches.

Color not only leaves behind a quality impression but can also be used as indirect quantity to control the process. For example, color sensors are used to monitor the presence of adhesive beading, to sort parts or to determine active ingredients. Color sensors are in most cases the more cost-effective solution as they provide more precision than conventional switching sensors do.


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