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SensoPart launches FT 10-RLA, which measures only measures 21.1 x 14.6 x 8 mm in size and it has a measuring range up to 70 mm

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Laser Distance Sensor
Laser Distance Sensor

Ideal for a wide range of applications, such as robotics, electronics, assembly and handling technology, FT 10-RLA from SensoPart Industriesensorik is a laser distance sensor, which weighs only 10 gm and measures 21.1 x 14.6 x 8 mm in size making it perfect for cramped conditions. Moreover, it has a Laser class 1 for optimum eye safety.

Measuring range up to 70mm

FT 10-RLA has optimal sensory capabilities such as excellent linearity and repeat accuracy. Its measuring range reaches up to 70 mm and its blind zone is extremely small, at just 10 mm. Also typical for laser sensors is the long, clear stroke of light that ensures small parts are dependably recognized. To prevent measurement values being distorted by electromagnetic environmental influences - which has been known to occur during analogue transmission - the distance measured by way of triangulation is issued as a digital three-byte value via an integrated IO-Link interface.

 

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Posted on February 25, 2019 - (434 views)
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