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Object Counter

Count objects passing on a conveyor belt

“When the health and quality of our product is at stake, it’s crucial that we have accurate data.”
Marcel Fit
Jan de Wit en Zonen
Flower Bulbs
“The port wants to be faster, cleaner and leaner and sensors contribute to this goal. The sensor data gives us the information we need.”
Joost Zuidema
Port of Amsterdam
Transportation
"The more we measure, the more we know and the better we can arrange our greenhouses."
Sander Berkers
Kwekerij Moors
Peppers
Gather real-time data on conveyor belt usage in your agribusiness.
Developed with Dutch seed company Pop Vriend to monitor and optimise conveyor belt usage, this photoelectric sensor counts passing items in real-time at up to a meter distance. This sensor can detect and count transparent and reflective objects, and its visible, high power LED light compensates for dirt and makes alignment easy.

This sensor detects and counts transparent and reflective objects through an optical lens. Its visible, high power LED light compensates for dirt.

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Optical lens counts items

Customers we've worked with

“When the health and quality of our product is at stake, it’s crucial that we have accurate data.”
Jan de Wit en Zonen
Flower Bulbs
"The more we measure, the more we know and the better we can arrange our greenhouses."
Kwekerij Moors
Peppers
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