Jena. Germany, 17.11.2011
The compact sensor provides measurement rates as fast as 30 kilohertz within a measurement range of up to 250 meters and an absolute accuracy in the centimeter range. The maximum range is achieved for measurement on special targets, for example common retroreflectors. For natural surfaces with 10% reflectivity the measurement rage still covers 30 meters. The sensor operates completely eye-safe emitting invisible laser light of 905 nanometers wavelength.
Typical applications for the LDS30 encompass object detection, proximity sensing or altimeter operation. The distance sensor can be used for two- or three-dimensional object scanning systems in industrial automation.
The LDS30 sensor is constructed for system integration. It is available in two versions: the ready-to-install housed LDS30 sensor version is IP67-proof as well as shock- and vibration-proof and thus optimally suited for installation into harsh industrial automation environments. The LDS30 module version is intended for individual integration into specialized system solutions.
For easy connectivity the sensor is equipped with RS-232 and RS-422 interfaces, respectively, as well as with two digital switching outputs and an analog data output.
The LDS30 is joining the proven product line of LDM laser distance meters that are used in numerous industrial measurement applications worldwide.
For more information about the LDS30 and the LDM product series please visit www.jenoptik.com/sensorsystems or contact us directly.
Please visit us directly at the SPS/IPC/DRIVES 2011 exhibition for electric automation, systems and components in Nuremberg, Germany, taking place from November 22 to November 24. We would like to welcome you at stand 715 in hall A where you can learn more abot the LDS30 and Jenoptik’s laser sensors product range.
As an integrated optoelectronics company Jenoptik engages actively in the five segments Laser & Material Processing, Optical Systems, Industrial Metrology, Traffic Solutions, and Defense & Civil Systems. The company serves customers in the semiconductor and semiconductor equipment industries, in the automotive and automotive supplier industries, in the medical, security, and defense technology industries, and in the aviation industry.
Focus areas of the division Defense & Civil Systems are vehicle and aviation equipment, drive and stabilization technologies, optoelectronic instruments, systems for the defense and security industries, as well as versatile and innovative sensors and measurement solutions for industrial control and automation.
Jenoptik’s expertise in development and production of laser rangefinders for various applications builds on more than 30 years of experience. The successful laser distance meters and sensors already are integrated into industrial system solutions by many notable partners worldwide.