Thanks to customer suggestion and input, EMX Industries has created a photoeye alignment procedure in the operating instructions for the IRB-RET retroreflective photoeye.
The biggest challenge to retroreflective photoeyes has been accurately aligning the photoeye with its reflector. The new alignment procedure instructs installers on proper installation, verification and operation. Download the new manual here.
EMX reminds you of the importance of using a protective hood with reflectors to ensure reliable operation in rain, sleet, snow and fog.
The ULT-MVP combines the most useful loop detector features in one high performance product.
EMX Exclusive Detection Technology
Avoid false detection every time. EMX exclusive Detect-On-Stop® (DOS) technology requires a vehicle to stop for at least one to two seconds to activate the detector’s secondary relay. Easily prevent false activation from vehicles passing over free exit loop in a cross traffic situation and in factory/warehouse settings. Read more about DOS technology
EMX Industries Inc. and Secumatic B.V. Announce New European Distributor Partnership
Cleveland, OH – May 2, 2016 – EMX Industries Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of Secumatic B.V. to its team of international distributors. This partnership enables both companies to meet the growing need for reliable vehicle detection solutions for the European access control industry.
EMX, DoorKing, Nice and MillerEdge have teamed up to offer short half-day seminars (8:00 AM – 12:00 PM) that will provide information and training on the new UL 325 gate operator external entrapment prevention device monitoring requirements. Learn firsthand how DoorKing and Nice gate operators meet these requirements. EMX and MillerEdge will educate attendees on the different products that they offer to meet the new monitoring requirements.
Effective January 2016, the new UL325 standard will go into effect. All gate operators sold and installed after this date will be required to have monitored safety devices for UL compliant operation. Many manufacturers are currently in the process of updating their operators to the new UL325 standard.
There are several methods being implemented to meet the requirement for monitoring safety devices and each manufacturer is free to design its own system. As manufacturers submit their operators to UL for approval, they will specify which components will be listed with their operators.
EMX designed the IRB-MON to comply with all the known monitoring methods and will be adding any additional new methods as they become available.
EMX recommends that you check with your gate operator manufacturers to confirm that they will be listing the IRB-MON as an approved component with their equipment.
About the IRB-MON:
The IRB-MON is a thru beam photoeye that is UL325-2016 compliant, features a 115 foot operating range and a rugged NEMA 4X enclosure to stand up to the elements. Learn more.
During the manufacturing of float glass, the side that comes in contact with the tin will contain traces of tin and tin oxide. Locating the tin-side is important in this application and many others, including laminating, printing and specialty coating.
There are several hand held units on the market for this means of detection, but none that can be used as a part of an automated process. The solution is the UVX Tin-side sensor. This sensor reliably verifies the presence of the tin-side of float glass.