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Laser Measurement

August 29, 2008
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The BOD 63M time-of-flight photoelectric laser sensor can be used for applications such as error proofing in assembly, packaging, printing and metal processing. The latest version of the sensor has a 200-millimeter dead zone, a second discrete output and resolution of less than 1 millimeter. It has a sensing range of 6 meters, suitable for many long-range applications such as hot steel ingot measurement, precise material movement and hopper level detection. The sensor can discern minute variations in targets up to almost 20 feet away.

Balluff
(905) 816-1494
www.balluff.com

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