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Laser sensors offer precise detection of small objects and gaps

03 March 2018

The O300 miniature laser sensors, with IO-Link, from Baumer, are said to offer a solution for the detection of very small objects and gaps.

A laser beam of the sensor is able to focus to within 0.1mm and the high repeat accuracy of 0.1mm. Objects can be precisely positioned and follow-up processes controlled exactly.

A short response time allows the sensor to reliably detect even closely spaced objects, allowing fast processes and high throughput rates.

The wear free teach-in method is said to make commissioning easy and the traditional weak point of the pushbutton or potentiometer is ruled out with the tamper-resistant teach-in method, qTeach.

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