Laser displacement sensors - overview of characteristics

Laser distance transducers are mostly based on the triangulation principle. They are equipped with an opto-electronical element and are optimal suitable for the measurement of long distances while providing a high resolution. The internal signal analysis of the distance sensors allows them to work precisely regardless of the colour and most structures of the surface. Thanks to the optical measurement, laser displacement sensors are used in many different applications.

Laser-Overview

Laser

Distance Sensor

Output

Measurement range

Measurement frequency

Resolution

Linearity

MINIATURE

LAS-TM

0...10 V

4...20 mA

500 mm

1 kHz

max. 2 μm

min. 1.15 mm

max. 6 μm

min. 3.5 mm

STANDARD

LAS-T5

0...10 V

4...20 mA

800 mm

1 kHz

max. 4 μm

min. 0.67 mm

max. 12 μm

min. 2 mm

LAS-TB

0...10 V

4...20 mA

100 mm

1 kHz

max. 15 μm

min. 0.15 mm

max. 45 μm

min. 0.12 mm

COMPACT

LAR

0...5 V

4...20 mA

PNP / NPN

400 mm

660 Hz

max. 3 μm

min. 0.1 mm

max. 10 μm

min. 1.2 mm

REFLECTION

LAH-G1

0...10 V

3.2...20.8 mA

PNP /NPN

300 mm

5 kHz

max. 0.5 μm

min. 0.2 mm

max. 8 μm

min. 0.6 mm

DYNAMIC

LAM

±5 V / ±10 V

0...10 V

4...20 mA

Ethernet

200 mm

100 kHz

max. 0.02 μm

min. 0.2 mm

max. 1 μm

min. 0.6 mm

LONG RANGE

LAV

4...20 mA

IO-Link

50 m

100 Hz

5 mm

25 mm

LLD-150

4...20 mA

RS232 / RS422

Profibus

SSI

150 m

50 Hz

0.1 mm

max. 2 mm

min. 5 mm

 
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