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Description: range, AG4-6E with a maximum 6.25 m range Cost effective for difficult safeguarding solutions Interfacing options include: SC22-3/-3E Safety Controller, UM-FA-9A/-11A Universal Input Safety Module, MMD-TA-11A-12B Dual Controller Muting Module Compact design, simple installation and easy-to-use
- Application: Stationary, Mobile
- Protection Zone: 7.87 to 246 inch
- Warning Zone: 0.0 to 1969 inch
- Response Time: 0.0013 to 0.0107 minutes
Supplier: Allen-Bradley / Rockwell Automation
Description: solution even for very complex muting applications. It allows an easy connection of all Rockwell Automation GuardShield™ safety light curtain products or safety laser scanners. Features like a muting lamp, a reset and override function are already integrated and ready for use. The box
- Controller Mounting: Wall Mount (Metal Enclosure)
- Controller Features: Muting
Supplier: Honeywell Sensing and Control
Description: internal failure is detected and leads to the de-energization of its safety relay outputs. Mode depending, up to two safety devices (e.g. light curtains, laser scanners, safety mats, safety switches, etc.) protecting a hazardous area and up to four sensors (e.g. for starting or ending a mutin sequence
- Maximum DC Switching Voltage: 24 volts
Supplier: Excelitas Technologies Corp.
Description: ; 905 nm range-finding devices Speed guns Area scanners for safety, surveillance and automatic door opener Optical communication 3D laser scanning Gesture recognition
- PN, PIN, or Avalanche: Avalanche Photodiode
- Spectral Response: Visible, IR
- Sensitivity: 35 A/W
- Spectral Response Range: 500 to 1000 nm
Supplier: Micro-Epsilon Group
Description: and quality during the production of the tire, one component of the vehicle which is rel- evant to high safety in the automotive and com- mercial vehicles production. Precise Three laser line scanner are integrated in the TGI 8302.LLT. Using those profile sensors, the whole surface is scanned
- Measurement Capability: 3D / Areal Topography, Defects / ADC
- Technology: Non-contact - Optical / Laser
- Industrial Applications: Automotive
- Mounting / Loading: Floor / Free Standing
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Description: . The manufacturing process utilizes State of the Art Laser optimization that passes information from the scanners to the PLCs. The Sawmill was started up in the summer of 2004. The platforms supported throughout the Sawmill include; Ethernet, ControlNet, DataHighway +, Serial, QNX (operating systemShow More
Supplier: Carl Zeiss Industrial Metrology, LLC
Description: always achieves maximum travel and scanning speed, thus reducing your valuable measuring time to a minimum. The necessary safety technology with laser monitoring is also part of the package. Options VAST navigator “mass” multisensor technology Rotary table to measure rotationally
- Machine Type and Specifications: Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM), 3-D Scanning / Profiling
- Application: Dimensional Measurement, Profile Measurement, Digitizing / Imaging
- Control: Manual, CNC, PC, Other
- Mounting Options: Free Standing
Supplier: Koike Aronson/Ransome, Inc.
Description: Features Area safeguarding in horizontal or vertical zones Integrated functionality for up to 16 monitoring cases 190° scan angle 106 ft Warning Zone Software Included Adapts to Any PositionerShow More
Description: Designed for lower-risk applications such as bump or bruise, knock-down, trapping but not crushing, or minor cuts and abrasions Features simple, two-piece integrated system with no control box Detects narrow objects, such as a hand or ankle Offered with 30 mm resolution and 15 m range Provides
- Sensitivity or Resolution: 1.18 inch
- Response Time: 11 to 25 milliseconds
- Basic Object Detection Size: Hand
- Safety Category Type: Type 2
Description: Overview Monitors a wide variety of safety and non-safety input devices: Optical-based safeguarding devices, such as Safety Laser Scanners Positive-opening safety switches used for guard interlocking Emergency-stop devices, such as palm buttons and rope/cable pulls Standard sensors
- Mounting: DIN Rail
- Power Supply: DC Power Supply
- Safety Ratings and Approvals: Category / Type 4
- Visual Indicator: Yes
Supplier: Custom Sensors, Inc.
Description: to the barcode. Unlike lasers, it has no moving parts and requires no safety precautions. The barcode is illuminated using red light emitting diodes. The CCD used in the unit is similar to that in digital cameras, and takes a picture of the code rather than scanning it. The scanner takes 45
- Symbologies: Code 128, Code 39, Code 93, EAN, Interleaved 2 of 5, MSI / Plessey, UPC
Description: symbology) variants. Capable of decoding and transmitting 14-digit GTINs (global trade item number) Operating Temp.: 32° to 104° F/0° to 40° C Humidity: 5% to 95% non-condensing Electrical Safety: Certified to UL 1950, CSA C22.2 No. 950 EN60825 Laser Safety: CDRH Class IIa Laser
- Bar Code Scanner Type: Fixed Vertical / Counter-top
- Scan Rate: 1500 Scans/Sec
Supplier: Exergen Corp.
Description: The palm-size Microscanner "E" and "Super-E" models are the infrared scanners which scan electrical equipment faster, safer and with more accuracy than "point and shoot" guns, because they are designed from the "ground up" for rapid electrical scanning - like using a machine gun instead of a pistol
- Scale: Fahrenheit
- Fahrenheit Scale: -50 to 1200 F
- Additional Output Options: Outputs an analog voltage signal
Supplier: MPI Label Systems
Description: Prevent medical errors, improve patient safety and increase caregiver productivity. The DS6878-HC cordless imager from Motorola enables hospitals to automate data capture, improve data accuracy, increase productivity and streamline everyday processes in patient rooms, admitting, laboratories
- Bar Code Scanner Type: Handheld "Gun" Type, Handheld "Gun" Type with Optional Fixed Mount
- Light Source: Laser
- Laser Class: Class II
- Scan Rate: 270 Scans/Sec
Supplier: Pepperl+Fuchs International
Description: Hand-held barcode reader for Div 1 hazardous areas Approved for Class I/Div 1 and Class II/Div 1 areas Temperature range: -10 ... +50 °C Aiming system with a red spot for safety reading Triple green light (3GLTM) for good read feedback Supports 1D GS Databar linear barcodes Drop
- Light Source: Laser
- Resolution: 2.99 mils
- Scan Rate: 30 to 40 Scans/Sec
- Maximum Depth of Scan Field: 2.36 to 43.31 inch
Supplier: Microscan Systems Incorporated
Description: provide robust reading of both linear bar codes and stacked symbologies. Versatility and rugged design make the MS-890 an ideal scanner for industrial applications. Long Read Range: The MS-890 optics were engineered for successful reading at extended or varying distances, such as a safety
- Bar Code Scanner Type: Fixed Horizontal / In-counter, Fixed Vertical / Counter-top
- Light Source: Laser
- Laser Class: Class II
- Scan Rate: 1000 Scans/Sec
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Elettric80 AGVs are endowed with a navigation laser scanner and with a safety laser scanner .
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