Laser Sensors Extend Range, Simplify Interface

Laser Sensors Extend Range, Simplify Interface

In its next generation, the TruSense S-Series laser sensors offer longer range, a more simplistic user interface, a smaller, compact design, and at a lower price point. The TruSense S100 & TruSense S200 laser sensors are user configurable and users can increase the averaging samples to capture a higher accuracy level. If it’s necessary to isolate the measurement within a particular range, the user can set a short and long gate and program the laser to only compute values within that predetermined range. For detailed specs, go to  

Laser Technology Inc.
Centennial, CO

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