Triton’s range of fixed barcode imaging scanners and sensors are designed for a range of applications from manufacturing conveyor systems to barcode label verification.
Being a worldwide business, SICK can assist you anywhere you find yourself on the planet. SICK solutions in partnership with Triton, provide you precise analysis of your needs, technical as well as systems know-how, application of powerful product lines, and also extensive on-site assistance from SICK technical support.
SICK is the market pacesetter in automated identification, and with our solutions partner Triton can recommend you on discovering the ideal solution for your application.
Image-based code scanners offer versatility, high performance, ease of use and also simplicity. Despite rapid conveyor speeds, SICK image code readers can accurately identify as well as analyse 1D, 2D, DPM barcodes
Photoelectric sensing units with laser technological innovations are the leading option when it comes to identifying very small objects as well as detection under demanding ambient settings. They are the perfect option even under severe ambient environments such as reflections from glossy surfaces, ambient light from today’s energy-saving lights, in case of limited space, or when detection is needed through tiny drill holes.
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Triton commenced operations in Australia back in 1993, and we have staff representation on the East Coast and Western Australia. Our customers are well represented in major centres such as Hobart, Melbourne, Brisbane, Sydney, Perth, Adelaide. In addition, we have a huge customer base in rural and remote areas from coast to coast. No place is too far or too remote for us!
Triton has origins back to the mid-eighties in New Zealand for our range of integrated software and hardware solutions. We have a large customer base in major centres like Dunedin, Christchurch, Wellington, Auckland and a huge number of customers in rural and remote areas. We service our customers from our Auckland and Christchurch offices and a satellite office in rural Otago.