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The wide variety of photoelectric sensors with their varying function characteristics solves almost every
- Throughbeam - Throughbeam sensors consist of transmitter and receiver, which are contained in separate housings.
The beam of the transmitter travels the whole light path only once.
- Retro-Reflective - With retro-reflective sensors, the transmitter and receiver are combined in one housing. The
beam of the transmitter meets the reflector and is redirected to the receiver of the sensor.
- Retro-Reflective Sensors with Polarisation Filter - Highly reflective objects, such as mirror-like metal parts
could cause switching errors. Those problems are avoided with polarised light filters.
- Energetic Diffuse Reflection Scanners - The transmitter's beam is returned by the surface to be scanned itself.
The scanning range of such a sensor is depending on its performance abilities and the reflection properties of the
- Diffuse Reflection Light Scanners with Fading
- Diffuse Reflection Scanners with Background Suppression
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Leuze BCL 8 is a new wave in technology. It is the world's smallest barcode reader but not small in
capability. It has a protection rating of IP 67. Its very small size makes it easy to mount in many small places. It is made out
of metal (die cast zinc) making it very durable. For easy connection to the BCL 8 a MA 8 can be used. There are many different
types of mounting systems and connecting cables for Leuze Lumiflex BCL 8.
- Reading distance of 40 to 160mm (depending on version and module size)
- Only available in single line scanner
- 600 scans/s scanning rate
- Can read many different code types
- Beam outlet can be ordered as straight or perpendicular
- RS 232 interface
This sensor type detects colors and compares them to a stored reference value. They are
the right solution whenever the color of an object or marking can serve as a sorting or inspection criteria.
Depending on the configuration and specified tolerance values of the system, the result is output as a
Thanks to extensive configuration options and 1 or 4 color channels with individually
adjustable color tolerance, this series can be used for fast processes with short response times.
If only one color channel is needed, this compact design is both a simple as well as a
This series with 3 color channels and the scan function for color gradients can be used
flexibly in many areas of applications.
Products for Safety at Work
As one of the technology leaders in the area of optoelectronic safety sensors for
industrial automation, we offer effective personnel protection devices in accordance with international
Whether individual devices or optimally matched sets: in our extensive line of safety
sensors, you will always find a suitable and efficient safety solution for point-of-operation, danger-zone
and access guarding. Safety switches and magnetically coded safety systems are used for monitoring moveable
safety guards, such as safety doors, sliding grilles or flaps. Opening the protective devices triggers an
E-STOP command. Safety locking devices keep the protective doors locked, thereby preventing the
inadmissible access of people until the guarded machine no longer poses a danger. Not until the safety
sensors are efficiently and reliably integrated in the machine safety circuit can the topic of safety at
work be implemented in such a way that the sensors do not interfere with the machine processes and yet
still offer the best-possible protection.
Products for Safety at Work
Colour, Contrast & Luminescence Sensors
- Contrast Scanner - Contrast scanners are high-resolution, energetic diffuse reflection scanners which differentiate
between objects and/or object colours by grey values. This means that the brightness and shininess of the object or
object colour strongly affect the measurement result. Contrast scanners have focusing optics and a special light-spot
- Color Scanners - Colour sensors are diffuse reflection scanners which break down object colours into their different
spectral components using a special combination of transmitter light. The different spectral composition of the received
light is analysed by the sensor and compared with values stored previously in the sensor.
- Luminescence Scanners - Luminescence scanners are energetic diffuse reflection scanners which illuminate luminescing
materials by means of their special UV transmission light. The resulting visible light is detected by the luminescence
sensor. Some of these luminescent materials are invisible and are available in a variety of solid and fluid forms.
Optical Distance & Light Section Sensors
These sensors function with red, infrared or laser light. Through the use of various receiving elements,
such as CCD lines or a PSD element, the performance of the sensor can be adapted to the application or the given
requirements. With these devices, various measurement techniques are used for distance determination. These include, among
others: triangulation, phase measurement and the pulse propagation time technique. The accuracy of the measurement result is
almost completely independent of differences in object colour. All systems can be adapted to a given application using
Light section sensors work according to the triangulation principle. Using transmission optics a laser
beam is expanded to a line and aimed at a measurement object. The light remitted by the object is monitored by a position
sensitive planar detector (CMOS camera). Depending on the distance of the measurement object the laser line is projected to
a different position on the planar detector. By means of this position the distance of the measurement object can be
calculated. The sensor outputs 2D measurement values. It is possible to produce 3D profile data by including the movement of
the measurement object.
Light Section Sensors
Ultrasonic Distance Sensors
With these sensors, acoustic waves are transmitted and are reflected by the objects which are to be
detected. The propagation time of the acoustic waves reflected back to the sensor is measured and the distance to the object
calculated. This physical principle is particularly well suited for the detection of fluid-, powder-, and transparent media.
The switching signals and distance information are available via digital or analog outputs. Application specific parameters
can be set directly on the sensor using programming software.
- Measurement ranges to 6000mm
- 2 switching outputs
- analogue current output
- analogue voltage output
- Operating principles:
- HRTU models with background suppression
- VRTU models with foreground and background suppression
Leuze LSIS 400i Series Smart Cameras
- Easy configuration via the integrated webConfig tool facilitates and simplifies application setup.
- Homogeneous illumination of the entire field of view for considerably better results than with conventional LED
- Easy commissioning and connection through M12 connection technology and intelligent fastening concept.
- Integrated connectivity offers easy configuration with Ethernet interface, exchange of process data via RS 232
interface and 8 digital, configurable inputs/outputs.
- Suitable for industrial use: metal housing with glass window and protection class IP 65.
- Flexibility through motor-driven focus adjustment and storage of the lot-specific camera distance in the test program;
as a result, no manual focusing is necessary on the device.
- Simple diagnostics through bilingual display with buttons and LED status displays.
- Extensive selection of accessories simplifies installation, wiring and fastening.
LSIS 400i Series Smart Cameras
Leuze Lumiflex, Inc. offers an extensive line of safety and automation products including Safety Light
Curtains and Grids, state of the art Laser Area Scanners, Opto-Electronic devices including a full line of Sensor Products,
Bar-Code Readers for both Standard and 2-D applications as well as innovative Optical Data Transmission Systems. Leuze Lumiflex,
Inc. started in 1994 as US-subsidiary of the German-based Leuze Electronic Group founded in 1963 and employing over 1750 people on
all five continents. Today, Leuze Lumiflex, Inc. has become a major factor in the North American safety and automation
With a steady stream of innovative products addressing the needs of the consumer, Leuze Lumiflex is
accomplishing the task of producing products that are designed to be reliable and durable while still being user friendly. With a
dedicated and knowledgeable sales force Leuze Lumiflex offers dependable service, technical assistance and an unrivaled approach to
solving even the most difficult applications. The Leuze Group proves that classical but highly specialised mechanical engineering
and optoelectronic sensor systems have one thing in common: Success through innovation and products straight in line with our
customers' specification. Consequently, for our customers the diversification of the Leuze Group stands for a long lasting,
mutually beneficial relationship.
For more than 40 years Leuze Electronic has been developing optoelectronic sensors, identification systems,
machine vision systems, data transmission systems, as well as optoelectronic systems for safety at work and industrial automation.
Strong-qualified field sales team comprehensively serve the market. The team is backed by a central Customer Support Center in
order to garantee maximum customer orienation. A 24-hour service hotline is available around the clock. One basic prerequisite for
the successful execution of work for the benefit of Leuze Electronic customers is the certification of all Leuze Group companies
according to ISO 9001.
The main requirements made of modern production plants are productivity as well as flexibility when it comes to
products and quantities. Safety technology, being an integral component of these plants, must also meet up to this challenge.
Leuze's objective is to make safety sensors and analyzing units that provide effective personal safety in line with international
safety standards that do not interfere with processes yet allow economical integration into various machine and plant concepts. We
are proud to be one of the technological leaders in the area of optoelectronic safety technology. Observation of international
quality and safety standards, tested by recognized certified testing centers like TUV and BIA, guarantees that Leuze Lumiflex
products are accepted the world over and that their high quality can be maintained. Active participation on international standards
boards ensures that our safety technology is always state-of-the-art. Our development processes and the safety management
practiced in our company have been certified according to IEC 61508-1.
Our industrial factory automation supplies distributors warehouse stocks some Leuze Electronic products enabling us to further
assist you in finding the correct Leuze Sensors in the USA. It will be very helpful if you have the Leuze Scanner part numbers
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Curtains that you are looking for in seconds. If you do not have the part numbers for Leuze Photoelectric Sensors, our
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Danfoss VLT MCD 500 series soft starter
is a total motor starting solution. Current transformers measure motor current and provide feedback for controlled motor ramp
profiles. AAC, Adaptive Acceleration Control, automatically employs the best starting and stopping profile for the application.
Adaptive Acceleration Control means that for each start and stop, the soft starter compares and adapts the process to the chosen
profile fitting to the application.
The Decoding Libraries Engine has
been optimized in order to lower decoding time on several 1D families, Datamatrix and QR Code as well as improved to support
state-of-the-art reading performances with low contrast and low height codes. It is now possible to obtain parcels volume and
position estimation (minimum surrounding cuboids) by using the information from height barriers and side positioning