Extremely high speeds, poor contrasts and reflective materials are no problem for the KT10-2. Ease of use is the defining feature of the second generation of the KT10. Even during the teach-in phase, the sensor selects the transmission color that best matches the existing contrast. And, the sensor adjusts itself if marks need to be detected on glossy foils. In addition, the sensor compensates for dirt build-up on lenses using automatic drift correction. The KT10-2 offers an exceptionally fast switching frequency, an easy-to-read bar graph display and 2 light exits. The bar graph display provides visible confirmation of the teach-in and can be used to monitor the sensor’s status during operation. The sensor’s two interchangeable light exits enable the KT10-2 to be mounted in more places.