SICK announced the launch of the TiM351 2D laser scanner for outdoor-rated detection applications. Using time-of-flight measurement technology, the TiM351 can determine the presence or absence of an object within a user-defined configuration field.
One of the smallest laser scanners on the market, the TiM351 is just 60x60x86mm in size, making it easy to install in tight environments. It includes 16 pre-configured field sets—each with three fields—for a total of 48 easily adjustable fields, making it ideal for anti-collision and presence detection applications. With a 10-meter scanning range (8 meters on black), the TiM351 reduces hardware costs since a single scanner can be used to monitor a larger area.
The IP 67-rated TiM351 incorporates High Definition Distance Measurement (HDDM) technology to provide reliable detection capabilities regardless of ambient light. This technology uses a lower power pulse, reducing the scanner size and power requirements. Its small size, rugged housing and low power consumption of 3 W make the TiM351 particularly ideal for use in a wide range of warehouse, building security, robotics, industrial vehicle, ports, and building automation environments with temperatures from -25° C to 50° C.
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