PC-Controlled Dimensioning System

The robust 3D inspection sensor, Gocator 2300 with a field-of-view of up to 1260mm uses a projected laser line to perform high-resolution scanning, measurement of multiple objects traveling on a Dorner low profile conveyor.

As boxes travel along the conveyor they pass under the laser with the inspection results sent to a PC. By adding an ID reader or robot you can create a full-fledged palletizing system!

  • Multiple objects can be inspected simultaneously
  • Almost any object can be measured
  • Micron level precision

Safety Laser Scanner Recommendation from Jason Brickner

"One of my favorite products I share with customers is SICK’s microScan3 safety laser scanner.  Over the past 11 years, SICK has made them smaller, more powerful, and less expensive. The newest model, the microScan3 is their best one yet. It supports up to 128 stored safety fields with 8 active fields at any time. It seemlessly integrates with Ethernet/IP and PROFINET. I’ve helped several customers integrate these into open workcells where easy operator access was essential to high throughput. The new Pro version even supports mobile applications with navigational measurement data."

Jason Brickner
Sales Engineer
Integrated Absolute Encoders Simplify Machine Design

Lexium MDrive integrated motor products are available with multi-turn absolute encoders for rotary and linear motion. With the ongoing trend of integrating more components into single units, the addition of absolute encoders can eliminate sensors and reduce machine startup time, increasing efficiency while lowering cost.

A linear motion axis with traditional open loop system with incremental encoder performs a homing sequence with 1 home and 2 limit sensors. Designing an absolute encoder based system can perform sensorless homing, thus eliminating three sensors, the wiring from those sensors and the design and labor overhead needed to install, harness and maintain three sensors.

Ultra Compact IIoT Embedded Computer and Gateway

The Moxa V2201 series ultra-compact x86 embedded computer is based on the Intel® Atom™ E3800 series processor, features the most reliable I/O design to maximize connectivity, and supports dual wireless modules, making it suitable for a diverse range of communication applications.

  • Intel® Atom™ E3800 series processor
  • -40 to 85°C system operating temperature (-40 to 70°C with LTE module installed)
  • Dual mini-PCIe sockets for wireless modules, supports W-iFi, 3G, LTE, GPS, and Bluetooth
  • Variety of interfaces: 2 serial ports, 2 Ethernet LAN port, 4 DIs, 4 DOs, SD, USB, HDMI, wireless 

September 12th

Caruther Landing
Portland, OR
Olympus Controls and our Premier Vendor Sponsors are hosting and evening cruise aboard the Portland Spirit. Our special invited guests will enjoy free food, drink and conversation.
September 19th

Online Webinar
Smart factory initiatives are growing rapidly. These control systems are connected to enterprise systems and even the internet, the threat of cybersecurity attacks become a concern. in this webinar, we will discuss these and other challenges and introduce some best practices to overcome these challenges. 
By attending this webinar you will learn about:
  • Current trends in Smart Factory.
  • Top challenges in implementing smart factory initiatives.

  • Solutions and best practices to overcome obstacles to successful implementation.
  • Future-proofing your smart factory investment.  
Can't attend live? Register and we will send you a recording of the webinar when it's over!
Denso RC8 Robot & Controller Training

This 2-day training will cover theory of operation via hands-on experience with robot hardware.

September 25-26, 2018
Tualatin, OR

Universal Robots

This 1-day class will cover theory of operation of Universal Robots using hands-on experience with robot hardware.

September 19, 2018
Fremont, CA