LEUZE: Sensor solutions for robot working areas

16 DECEMBER 2019

Intelligent solutions: modern code readers identify the part type – laser scanners and light barriers safeguard the work area.

Industrial robots are often used for automated loading and unloading of machine tools. In so-called robot cells, numerous swivel and gripping movements are performed in a very short period of time.

These zones must be reliably protected against access over a large area. Before the robot picks up a part, the part must be uniquely identified to ensure that the correct processing step is carried out.

Our safety laser scanners reliably monitor large danger zones around robot cells. Modern code readers are easy to configure and are characterized by a high reading performance. This ensures that the correct work piece is passed on to the next work step.

1  Area protection 2  Access guarding 3  Identification
– Monitoring of the front and side machine areas with just one
device with 270° scanning angle
– Staggered operating ranges from
3 – 8.25 m
– Two autonomous protective
– Fast alignment in just 5 steps
using configuration software
– Simple installation through
integrated level and removable,
intelligent connection unit with
configuration memory
– Convenient configuration via
Ethernet or Bluetooth interface
– Transmitter / receiver system with a range of up to 70 m, even around corners with multiple mirror columns
– Transceiver system with operating
range up to 8 m
– Integrated laser alignment aid for
time-saving and economic alignment
– Simple configuration by means of
– Device exchange by means of
Plug & Play via M12 connection
– Integrated indicator light for status
display, even over long distances
– Optional AS-i interface
– Identification of 1D- and
– Models with reading distances
from 40 – 360 mm
– Integrated interfaces, such as
Ethernet, RS232 / 422, PROFINET
– Browser-based, multi-language
WebConfig tool for access via
Ethernet as well as configuration
and diagnosis

























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