Laser Sensors

A laser sensor emits a beam of light from its transmitter. A reflective type photoelectric sensor is used to detect the light beam reflected from the target and the thrubeam type is used to measure the change in light quantity caused by the target crossing the beam. Laser sensors can detect, count, trigger, map, profile, scan, and guide as well as verify levels, proximities and distances. Laser sensors are ideal for many specific applications in Plant Management and Automation, Security and Surveillance, Vehicle Guidance and Automation and Traffic Management.

Laser sensors are used where small objects or precise positions are to be detected. They are designed as through-beam sensors, retro-reflective sensors or diffuse reflection sensors. Laser light consists of light waves of the same wave length with a fixed phase ratio (coherence). This results in an important feature of laser systems, that is the almost parallel light beam.

  • Laser Distrect Sensors
  • Laser Displacement Sensors
  • Laser Proximity Sensors
  • Laser Triangular Sensors

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