3-D LiDAR Multi-Layer Scanner

The R2300 from Pepperl+Fuchs analyzes a total of four scan planes and can detect and measure the length, width, and height of objects.

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Measuring just 58 mm (2.28 inches) high, the unit provides optical angle and distance measurement in stationary and mobile applications. The scanner uses four slightly offset scan planes, generated by a rotating mirror inside the sensor housing, to perform noncontact 3-D scanning of its surroundings. It has a measuring range opening angle of 100°; a measuring range of up to ten meters on bright objects and up to four meters on dark surfaces; a measuring rate of 50 kHz, and selectable scan rates of 12.5 Hz and 25 Hz with up to 4000 pixels per scan. In addition, the monitoring field can be customized, either by selectively hiding areas outside of the detection field or by installing a second unit alongside the first, thus increasing the field of view to 180°. Angular resolution is just 0.1°, and the device can reliably detect intricate object structures and contours. Suggested application include intralogistics, mobile equipment, and robotics. The sensor housing is constructed from durable plastic material and the electronics in the sensor head are fixed components, providing effective protection against vibrations.

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Pepperl+Fuchs
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