Laser Sensors

Laser Sensors

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 sensors, that is the almost parallel light beam.
The result: Long ranges can be achieved thanks to the small angle of divergence. The laser spot which is clearly visible even in daylight makes the alignment of the system easier.

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  1. ifm O1D100 Photoelectric distance sensor
    ifm O1D100 Photoelectric distance sensor

    Photoelectric distance sensor; Operating voltage 18...30 DC; (cULus - Class 2 source required) V; PNP; M12 Connector

    $504.00

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