Small safety laser scanner

Monday, 18 September, 2006 | Supplied by:

The S300 is a compact monitoring device for small hazardous areas with a maximum protective field radius of 2 m.

The device measures at 105 x 102 x 152 mm3 and has Type 3 approval in compliance with IEC 61496-3 and SIL2 according to IEC/EN 61508.

The connection cables can be laid to screw-type terminals for easy installation and optionally, led out via cable glands on the back or below the housing.

The scanner can be operated vertically. It has plug-and-play configuration memory in the connection plug as well as for the 7-segment indicator for commissioning, diagnosis and maintenance. The enhanced function interface data connection allows access to one of the many safety bus modules available. The scanner can be parameterised with CDS software, uniform for all Sick safety systems.

The scanner has a 270° angle of view. When it is corner mounted it can simultaneously monitor the sides and provide all-round protection for a vehicle. The scanner's switchability of protective and warning fields permits dynamic adaptation to the particular velocities and spatial conditions.

The scanner comes in: standard - for horizontal or vertical protection when one warning and one protection field is sufficient; advanced - for monitoring an area that can vary in size and where the scanner has to switch its protective field appropriately; and professional - offers safety with maximum functionality in mobile applications such as the speed of a conveyor section, the width of a drive path or the radius of curves.

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