Full-Spectrum Sensor Detects ANY Change in Appearance

Itasca, IL -- Keyence Corporation of America releases LR-W series full-spectrum sensor that is capable of analyzing the full visible light spectrum. This technology allows you to handle countless applications with ease. Solve everything from simple presence/absence applications to complex applications that require you to detect the slightest differences in a shade of color.

Easy Calibration: The LR-W can be calibrated quickly with its simple one touch teach function. KEYENCE constantly strives to innovate while maintaining ease of use, and the LR-W is no exception. Its detailed digital display and highly visible indicator light were designed with the user in mind.

Flexible Mounting: Featuring a 500mm range, the LR-W can be mounted wherever needed. To ensure stable detection, the sensor features an adjustable beam spot. This allows the LR-W to achieve a focused beam spot, even at long distances. Additionally, an IP65/67 enclosure rating minimizes the need for maintenance and guarantees longevity in demanding environments.

New Standard: Given the extent of what the LR-W can do, photoeye standardization throughout a facility is now possible. General ease of use and long life allow for increased efficiency and decreased costs.

For more info, visit http://www.keyence.com/LRWPR

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