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市場調查報告書

全球位置感測器:第1、2、3冊 接近感測器、光電感測器、限位開關、直線位移感測器、旋轉式位置感測器的市場分析

The Global Market for Position Sensors: Volumes 1, 2 & 3 (Proximity and Photoelectric Sensors, Limit Switches, Linear Displacement Sensors, and Rotary Position Sensors) - Market Analysis

出版商 VDC Research Group, Inc. 商品編碼 308906
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 77 Pages, 58 Exhibits
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全球位置感測器:第1、2、3冊 接近感測器、光電感測器、限位開關、直線位移感測器、旋轉式位置感測器的市場分析 The Global Market for Position Sensors: Volumes 1, 2 & 3 (Proximity and Photoelectric Sensors, Limit Switches, Linear Displacement Sensors, and Rotary Position Sensors) - Market Analysis
出版日期: 2014年07月29日 內容資訊: 英文 77 Pages, 58 Exhibits
簡介

本報告提供全球位置感測器的市場調查,及各產品類型、最終用途/終端用戶產業、地區、銷售管道的5年預測,市場上的趨勢,對市場的影響因素分析,策略性課題,主要供應商與競爭環境等詳細內容彙整。

第1卷:接近感測器、光電感測器、限位開關

  • 收益、出貨數、工廠出貨價格的轉變與預測
    • 各類型
      • 電容
      • 誘導型
      • 磁工作型
      • 超音波
      • 光電
      • 光隔斷
      • 電子機械式限位開關
    • 各最終用途/終端用戶產業
      • 包裝設備
      • 工具機
      • 集合/機器人工學
      • 電子產品/半導體
      • 食品、飲料
      • 物料搬運
      • 汽車
      • 金屬/金屬加工
    • 各地區
      • 南北美洲
      • 歐洲、中東、非洲
      • 亞太地區
    • 各銷售管道
      • 對終端用戶的直銷
      • 對OEM的直銷
      • VAR(增值轉售商)/系統廠商
      • 販賣代理店、銷售公司、經銷商
      • 其他(DMR、目錄、 反向拍賣)

第2卷:直線位移感測器

  • 收益、出貨數、工廠出貨價格的轉變與預測
    • 各類型
      • 編碼器(誘導型、磁性、光學)
      • 誘導型
      • 雷射
      • LVDT
      • 磁致伸縮
    • 最終用途/各終端用戶產業
      • 工具機
      • 集合/機器人工學
      • 電子產品/半導體
      • 測量
      • 包裝設備
      • 汽車
      • 軍事/航太
    • 各地區
      • 南北美洲
      • 歐洲、中東、非洲
      • 亞太地區
    • 各銷售管道
      • 對終端用戶的直銷
      • 對OEM的直銷
      • VAR(增值轉售商)/系統廠商
      • 販賣代理店、銷售公司、經銷商
      • 其他(DMR、目錄、 反向拍賣)

第3卷:旋轉式位置感測器

  • 收益、出貨數、工廠出貨價格的轉變與預測
    • 各類型
      • 編碼器(磁性、光學)
      • 電位計檢測
      • 分相器
      • RVDT
    • 最終用途/各終端用戶產業
      • 汽車
      • 集合/機器人工學
      • 工具機
      • 軍事/航太
      • 包裝設備

各地區 南北美洲 歐洲、中東、非洲 亞太地區 各銷售管道 對終端用戶的直銷 對OEM的直銷 VAR(增值轉售商)/系統廠商 販賣代理店、銷售公司、經銷商 其他(DMR、目錄、 反轉競標)

List of Exhibits (Excel File)

  • Exhibit 1: Global Market for Position Sensors (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 2: Americas Market for Position Sensors (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 3: EMEA Market for Position Sensors (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 4: APAC Market for Position Sensors (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 5: Global Market for Position Sensors in Food & Beverage (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 6: Global Market for Position Sensors in Packaging Equipment (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 7: Global Market for Position Sensors in Material Handling Equipment (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 8: Global Market for Position Sensors in Electronics/Semiconductor Manufacturing (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 9: Global Market for Position Sensors in Machine Tools (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 10: Global Market for Position Sensors in Plastics & Rubber (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 11: Global Market for Position Sensors in Automotive Vehicles (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 12: Global Market for Position Sensors in Automotive Manufacturing (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 13: Global Market for Position Sensors in Electric Power Generation (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 14: Global Market for Position Sensors in Elevators (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 15: Global Market for Position Sensors in Industrial Engine Control (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 16: Global Market for Position Sensors in the Lumber Industry (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 17: Global Market for Position Sensors in Medical Equipment (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 18: Global Market for Position Sensors in Metals and Metalworking (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 19: Global Market for Position Sensors in Metrology (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 20: Global Market for Position Sensors in Military/Aerospace (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 21: Global Market for Position Sensors in Mobile Equipment (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 22: Global Market for Position Sensors in Paper & Film Covering (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 23: Global Market for Position Sensors in Pharmaceuticals (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 24: Global Market for Position Sensors in Pneumatics & Hydraulics (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 25: Global Market for Position Sensors in Printing Equipment (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 26: Global Market for Position Sensors in Transportation Vehicles (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 27: Global Market for Position Sensors Other (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 28: Presence/Absence Market Leaders, 2013-2018 (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 29: Linear Displacement Market Leaders, 2013-2018 (US$ in Millions)
  • Exhibit 30: Rotary Displacement Market Leaders, 2013-2018 (US$ in Millions)
目錄

Executive Summary

The global market for presence/absence sensors is forecasted to grow at a 4% CAGR over the next five years, buoyed by strong demand from increased levels of automation as well as improving economic conditions. Presence/absence sensors are categorized as being able to sense a target and delivering a digital signal in the event that the sensor is tripped. There are several types of sensors under study within this section including the following:

  • Capacitance Inductive Magnetic (Hall Effect)
  • Magnetic Actuated (Reed Switch)
  • Photoelectric (Photoeye)
  • Photoelectric(Photointerruptor)
  • Ultrasonic Electro-Mechanical Limit Switches
  • Solid-State Limit Switches

Presence/absence sensors are generally very basic and have not changed drastically in the past 5-10 years. There are many suppliers for these types of sensors and there are typically few differences in terms of features between the different products. Design engineers will look for flexibility in the sensor format and wiring considerations as well as price when selecting a sensor. Many of these products can wear out or become damaged over time, so there is a decent amount of replacement business and recurring revenue.

Aside from the standard sensing technology, there are few differences among many of these sensors. One trend that is new but that has been slow to take hold is the new smart sensor technology. Smart sensors have a microchip integrated into the unit and are able to deliver historical operating results to do things like condition monitoring. There are also instances where several “dumb” sensors may be wired into a hub that could relay similar information. Machine builders are typically very conservative and have been hesitant to move to these new smart sensors. They also cost significantly more and therefore do not have much value if the machine builder does not choose to fully integrate all of the features. A knowledge gap also exists within this area, so the adoption levels should increase as sales teams and engineers become more comfortable with the new smart sensors.

An interesting phenomenon in the past couple of years, particularly with the rise of China's automation economy, is the increased amount of recycled or repurposed sensors. As systems are de-commissioned, there are often valuable components left on the machine that could be used in other machines. One case in particular is that of Apple. With each new iteration of the iPhone comes new manufacturing technology and machine designs. These systems do not change much in terms of the core technology. However, there are many small tweaks that need to be made in order to fit new components. This leaves a situation where the physical design of a machine may change but the core technology and sensor targets are essentially the same. In these and other types of cases some sensors will be recycled. As the durability and lifetime of sensors increases, this occurrence will happen more often. This effect is still relatively uncommon and does not bear much impact into potential revenue; however, it is significant enough to be noted as an emerging trend.

The presence/absence section of the position sensor market is very mature and will continue to behave as a commodity market with little differentiation between products. Sensor suppliers can still add value in a few different ways, such as through accelerated lead times, outstanding customer service, or with pre-fabricated cable assemblies. Developing products that are easy to configure and install is a great strategy, especially as core technology costs fall over time. Component engineers will be looking to save money by saving time, and savvy suppliers will position their presence/absence products to respond to this need.

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Executive Summary

  • Capacitance Sensors
    • Exhibit 1: Vendor Market Share for Capacitance Sensors (US $M)
  • Inductive Sensors
    • Exhibit 2: Vendor Market Share for Inductive Sensors (US $M)
  • Magnetic (Hall Effect) Sensors
    • Exhibit 3: Vendor Market Share for Magnetic (Hall Effect) Sensors (US $M)
  • Magnetic Actuated (Reed Switch) Sensors
    • Exhibit 4: Vendor Market Share for Magnetic Actuated (Reed Switch) Sensors (US $M)
  • Photoelectric (Photoeye) Sensors
    • Exhibit 5: Vendor Market Share for Photoelectric (Photoeye) Sensors (US $M)
  • Photoelectric (Photointerrupter) Sensors
    • Exhibit 6: Vendor Market Share for Photoelectric (Photointerrupter)
  • Sensors (US $M) Ultrasonic Sensors
    • Exhibit 7: Vendor Market Share for Ultrasonic Sensors (US $M)
  • Electro-Mechanical Limit Switches
    • Exhibit 8: Vendor Market Share for Electro-Mechanical Limit Switches (US $M)
  • Solid State Limit Switches
    • Exhibit 9: Vendor Market Share for Solid State Limit Switches (US $M)
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