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Laser Technology TruSense S200 Laser Distance Sensor

Laser Technology TruSense S200 Laser Distance Sensor

Description

The TruSense S200 laser sensor easily measures to difficult targets such as liquids, non-reflective material and fast moving objects.

Features

  • Compact, lightweight design doesn’t skimp on accuracy (0.1 ft at 2461 ft)
  • RS-232 output for easy data transfer
  • Customizable for desired target and range (up to 9514 ft)
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The Laser Technology TruSense S200 Laser Sensor is capable of measuring difficult targets under difficult conditions. Able to measure the distance to reflective and non-reflect targets, clear or opaque liquid surfaces and fast moving objects, the TruSense S200 can be customized to measure closest, farthest or strongest target. The range can also be customized with the TruSense laser sensor accurate to 0.1 ft at 2461 ft (reflective/non-reflective), 0.3 ft at 2953 ft for non-reflective targets (4921 ft for reflective) and 0.5 ft at 5249 ft (up to 9514 ft for reflective targets).

 

This laser distance sensor can operate in hostile ambient conditions, vapor pressure, poor visibility and temperature ranges from -20°F to 140°F. It can even be programmed to set off a warning alarm if the target comes within a certain distance of the sensor.

What's Included:
  • (1) S200 laser distance sensor
  • (1) Field installation cable with bare wires
  • (1) Interface software CD
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Laser Technology TruSense S200 Power/Comm Cable 7054671 TruSense S200 power/comm cable for sensor configuration
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Questions & Answers

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How big is this laser sensor?
The TruSense S200 laser sensor is only 4.11" x 3.22" x 1.64".
What input power does the TruSense use?
The TruSense S200 can use input voltages from 9-24 VDC, though 12 VDC is recommended.
What is the wavelength divergence?
The laser beam divergence or wavelength divergence is 3 mrad, (1 ft diameter beam at 328 ft).
What is the resolution of the TruSense S-200?
The TruSense S200 has a 0.01 resolution.

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