Long-range laser sensor

BOD 63M laser time-of-flight sensor performs precise detection and measurement of a wide range of objects, stationary or moving, that are up to 6 meters (around 19 ft) long or up to that distance away.

12/06/2004



BOD 63M laser time-of-flight sensor performs precise detection and measurement of a wide range of objects, stationary or moving, that are up to 6 meters (around 19 ft) long or up to that distance away. Sensor is intended for measuring large objects, hopper levels, or material handled in automated warehouses and transelevators. Applications include distance measurement and control of moving objects such as pallets, hot steel that could damage a sensor, parts that change color or have reflective surfaces, or targets that move at angles unfavorable to a light beam. Models are available with one PNP or NPN output, an alarm output, and one 0-10 V dc or 4-20 mA analog output.

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