Class 3 proximity laser scanner FLSC
– safety class 3 SIL 2
Performance Level PL d
– integrated contactor control (EDM)
– 190° scanning angle
– status displayed by signal lamp and 7-segment display
– personal recognition up to 4 m, optional 7 m radius
– warning field: 49 m radius, detection is subject to re-emission!
– contour recognition of the protective field
– minimum response time 60 ms
– configuration via PC or Notebook
– configuration memory integrated in system connector
– enhanced indifference to external light sources and resistance to dust
Areas of application:
– accessible hazardous machine areas
– accessible areas inside of machines
– moveable ground transportation vehicles
– barring from walking behind the hazardous site
– barring from entering the hazardous site
The Proximity Laser Scanner FLSC is a scanning distance sensor.
Persons and objects within a pre-defined protection field are reliably detected.
Via a rotating deflection mirror, the FLSC emits a bundle of Laser beams. By this, a circle-shaped area covering an opening angle of 190 ° and a radius of approx. 49 m is scanned. The semicircular area is divided into two detection sectors: Personal protective field: Range (radius) up to 4 m, optional up to 7 m.
Warning field: Range (radius) up to 49 m. In every detection sector, a protective field can be programmed. The shape of this protective field may be chosen or programmed at random.
The FLSC scanner comes with a communication software which enables the programming of the contour of the protective field by a PC.
The coordinates of the protective fields are stored in the built-in memory of the connector of the FLSC proximity Laser scanner.
The FLSC Scanner evaluates the obtained measurement data with those of the already stored protective fields and verifies the presence of an object in the protective field.
If the scanner beam detects the presence of an obstacle (an object or a person) within the work zone, the beam will be reflected by this obstacle. Part of the reflected, diffuse beam bundle is recognized and evaluated by the FLSC receiver eye.