Laser sensor for positioning and measuring

Banner Engineering's LE250 laser sensor is optimized for measurements ranging from 100 mm to 400 mm and has a small spot size, which makes the sensor useful for small part detection and measurements that involve multiple colors.
By Banner Engineering September 24, 2014

Banner Engineering's LE250 laser sensor is optimized for measurements ranging from 100 mm to 400 mm and has a small spot size, which makes the sensor useful for small part detection and measurements that involve multiple colors. Courtesy: Banner EngineeriBanner Engineering’s LE250 laser sensor is optimized for measurements ranging from 100 mm to 400 mm. The sensor’s linear array allows for detection and measurement across a wide range of targets including black rubber to shiny metal. It has a resolution of 0.02 mm to 250 mm and a resolution below 0.2 mm to 400 mm. The LE250 also features a spot size of 1 mm, which makes the sensor useful for small part detection and measurements for applications that present varying colors, including multicolored packaging.

The LE250 operates with a two-line, eight-character display, allowing for easy readability, quick adjustments and simple menu navigation. It includes features like delay timers and averaging trigger functions, which can reduce PLC programming time and help get an inspection up and running sooner. The LE250 is also available with an optional metal, rotatable connector and multiple mounting bracket options, allowing operators to save time and money while accommodating flexible application requirements. The LE250 is enclosed in a rugged, die-cast zinc housing and IP67-rated polycarbonate lens cover, which allows the sensor to be used in demanding environments.

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