Automation Light Grid Detects Transparent, Small, And Fast-moving Objects

Automation Light Grid Detects Transparent, Small, And Fast-moving Objects
SICK Inc.

The MLG-2 automation light grids tout the speed, resolution, and optical features necessary to reliably detect small, transparent, and fast-moving objects, even under harsh conditions. A beam spacing of 5 mm ensures the thinnest objects are detected while a Transparent Mode function provides measurement, location tracking, and hole tracking on transparent materials. A durable aluminum housing with an enclosure rating up to IP 67 makes the MLG-2 resistant to glare and ambient light. In addition, commissioning can be easily completed using the intuitive display or the company’s SOPAS software tool. Available in two versions, Prime and Pro, the MLG-2 Prime features two analog outputs, up to three switching outputs, and optical synchronization. MLG-2 Pro includes transparent, high-speed and high-resolution modes, wired synchronization, IO-Link 1.1, and troubleshooting via SOPAS software. For more info, go to http://www.sick.com/us/en-us/home/products/product_news/automation_light_grids/pages/mlg_2.aspx

SICK Inc.
Minneapolis, MN
800-325-7425
[email protected]k.com
http://www.sickusa.com

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Company: SICK Inc.
Country: United States (USA)
Phone number: 800-325-7425
Fax: 952-941-9287

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