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Plastic Identification Sensor with Five Wavelength Laser Diodes used in Recycling Robot

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Abstract

Plastic identification is a key technology for recycling. Six different types of plastics are identified by a sensor with five wavelengths lasers. The new plastic recycling robots, which can sort plastics, are demonstrated at stores.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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