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A collimated beam of light is a beam (typically a laser beam) which has a low beam divergence, so that the beam radius does not undergo significant changes within moderate propagation distances. In the simple (and frequently encountered) case of Gaussian beams, this means that the Rayleigh length must be long compared with the envisaged propagation distance.
The ultra-compact size and yet the high level of performance. These sensors save space. A high resolution of 4 µm 0.157 mil (at an average 64 cycles) allows high-precision positioning and size judgment. Long sensing range of 500 mm 19.685 in [HL-T1005A(F), HL-T1010A(F)] and 2 m 6.562 ft [HL-T1001A(F)] are available.
The sensors are sensitive to minute differences in light intensity, so that they can judge even the opacity of glass. In addition, the amount of light received can be displayed as a percentage to allow you to determine permeation rates.
The laser with a beam diameter of Ø1 mm Ø0.039 in can sense extremely small objects with dimensions in micrometers such as bonding wires.
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Since a red LED, harmless to your eyes, has been incorporated as the beam source, you are free from strict laser safety regulations. Moreover, due to the red LED beam source, the measuring spot is visible, which makes positioning of the object simple. Its emitter and receiver are much smaller compared to those of the amplifier built-in type (LA-510). Hence, they can be installed even in a narrow space inside an automatic assembly machine, etc.
For the analog output, in addition to the span adjustment function, a convenient shift function which enables the analog voltage to be shifted by ±0.5 V has been incorporated.
This laser collimated beam sensor conforms to the Class 1 laser stipulated in IEC 60825-1 and JIS C 6802. Hence, safety measures such as protective gear are not necessary. Four monitoring LEDs help you to easily align the emitter and the receiver. LA-511 conforms to FDA Class I. It is approved for use in U.S.A. by FDA. The side view attachment (optional) enables versatile mounting styles. A laser beam can harm human being's eyes, skin, etc., because of its high energy density. IEC has classified laser products according to the degree of hazard and the stipulated safety requirements.
The LD series is CE compliant and complies with EMC directives. EN 61000-6-2 is the applicable standard that covers immunities relating to use of this product, but in order to comply with this standard, the following conditions must be satisfied. This controller should be connected less than 10 m 32.808 ft from the power supply. The signal line to connect with this controller should be less than 30 m 98.425 ft.
A red semiconductor laser is used as the emitting device and CCD is used as the receiving device. An ideally parallel optical beam is emitted enabling high accuracy measurement.
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Shielded Models can be installed with their sensing faces flush to the metal. The distance from opposing metal surfaces must be ≥ 3sn and the distance between two proximity switches (side-byside) ≥ 2D. Unshielded models can be identified by their 'caps', since they have no metal housing surrounding the area of the sensing face. The sensing face must extend ≥ 2sn from the metallic installation medium.
The Photoelectric Frame Sensors are available in various sizes, and consequently suitable for a large range of applications. They work according to the principle of through-beam sensors. A considerable number of emitters and receivers respectively are located on opposite sides of the frame, so as to cover the whole passage with a light curtain. The devices are used for the detection of small free-moving parts,