non-contact laser scanner / for the aerospace industry
S3000 series

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Characteristics

  • Type:

    non-contact

  • Other characteristics:

    for the aerospace industry

  • Distance range:

    Max.: 7 m (22'11")

    Min.: 1 m (3'03")

Description

In order to ensure aviation security and to protect people, especially children, from hazards in the baggage handling system, a system at the baggage drop-off counter is required to prevent unauthorized access to the baggage handling system. The S300 and S3000 safety laser scanners installed above the system belt monitor this zone. A single S3000 monitors multiple baggage drop-off conveyors simultaneously with its extensive scan range. In addition, monitoring this area prevents the system from being blocked by oversized or bulky luggage.

Product family S3000 Standard
Economical yet reliable
4 m, 5.5 m or 7 m protective field range
1 field set
Configuration memory integrated in the system plug
Interface (EFI) for reliable SICK device communication
Selectable resolution for hand, leg or body detection
Simultaneous monitoring of up to 4 protective fields
Contour as reference for vertical applications
Integrated external device monitoring (EDM)

Product family S300 Mini Standard
Economical yet reliable
Ultra-compact design
1 m, 2 m, or 3 m protective field range
270° scan angle
1 field set
Selectable resolution for hand, leg or body detection
Contour as reference for vertical applications
Integrated external device monitoring (EDM)
Easy-to-configure fields and functions

Your Benefits
Large protective field range of 7 m enables a large variety of applications
Safety technology – with no loss of productivity
Quick recommissioning via configuration memory
Modular expansions, low wiring effort and additional functions such as the simultaneous monitoring of up to four protective fields using a SICK safety controller via EFI