A photoelectric sensor is basically an equipment that is used to discover the distance, absence, or presence of an object by using a light transmitter. Photoelectric sensors detect objects, changes in surface conditions, and other items through a variety of optical properties. It consists of an emitter and receiver for emitting light and receiving light. When emitted light is reflected or interrupted by the sensing object, it changes the amount of light that arrives at the receiver. The receiver then detects this change and converts it to an electrical output.
The photoelectric sensors are utilized to detect the size, color, shape, and distance of the target entity. The photoelectric sensors have a wide range of applications in several industrial verticals such as consumer electronics, automotive & transportation, building automation, food & beverages, pharmaceuticals & medical, packaging, and industrial manufacturing.
The photoelectric sensors market is highly competitive and the key strategies adopted by the key players include new product launch, product development, business expansion, merger and acquisition.
The major companies profiled in the global photoelectric sensors market include Omron Corporation, Keyence Corporation, Panasonic Corporation, Rockwell Automation Inc., Sick AG, Schneider Electric, IFM Electronic FZC, Balluff, Pepperl & Fuchs, and Banner Engineering, and others.
Increase in adoption of industrial automation is the key factor that drive the growth of the photoelectric sensors market. In addition, increase in penetration of IoT among several industrial facilities and rise in implementation on government initiatives boost the market growth. However, the availability of competent alternative technologies restrains the growth of the market. Furthermore, increase in the digitization and connected industries provide lucrative growth opportunities for the photoelectric sensors market.
The significant impacting factors for the growth of the photoelectric sensors market include increase in adoption of industrial automation, rise in penetration of IoT among several industrial facilities, and growth in government initiatives toward adoption of photoelectric sensor. In addition, the restraining factor by which the market is influenced includes availability of competent alternative technologies. Moreover, increase in the digitization and connected industries provide lucrative opportunities for the photoelectric sensors market growth.
The photoelectric sensors industry is segmented based on technology, range, structure, beam source, application, and region.
Based on technology, the market is categorized into through-beam, retro-reflective, and reflective. By range, it is divided into ≤100 mm, >100–1,000 mm, >1,000–10,000 mm, and >10,000 mm. Based on structure, it is segmented into built-in amplifier, built-in power supply, separate amplifier, and fiber type. Based on beam source, it is bifurcated into laser beam and standard beam. By application, it is classified into consumer electronics, automotive & transportation, building automation, food & beverages, pharmaceuticals & medical, packaging, industrial manufacturing, and others.
Based on region, the market is analyzed across Europe, Asia-Pacific, North America, and LAMEA.
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