1 What is the sampling rate of the LX2-V10W?
The sampling rate is 12500 times/second.
2 What is the response time of the LX2-V10W?
The response time is 0.16 ms.
3 What is the resolution of the LX2-V10W?
The resolution of the LX2-V10W is 5mm with the LX2-11/12 and 10mm with the LX2-13.
4 What is the laser emission cycle of the sensor head?
The laser emission cycle is 80 us.
5 What is the maximum response frequency?
The maximum response frequency is 1kHZ.
6 What is the display update cycle?
The update cycle for the display is approximately 20 cycles/second.
7 What method of averaging the LX2-V10W uses?
The LX2-V10W uses the moving average.
8 What is the analog resolution of the LX2-V10W?
The analog resolution of the LX2-V10W is 3mW.
9 What is the linearity of the LX2 series with LX2-V10W?
· LX2-11: 2%
· LX2-12: 2%
· LX2-13: 3%
10 What is the laser class of the LX2-13?
The laser class of the LX2-13 is now FDA Class I.
11 How long should the unit warm up for the initial set up?
After supplying power, leave the LX2-V10W for 30 minutes before using it.
12 Is the output ON or OFF when you are setting the tolerance limits?
The outputs are disabled while you are setting the tolerance limits. However,
if an output is already ON before the LX2-V10W enter the tolerance setting mode, the output is retained.
13 What is the offset range?
The offset value can be set within the range of +/- 19.999.
14 What happens when the number of the displayed digits is set to four, the tolerance
limits are displayed with 5 digits?
The actual measured value, rather than the displayed value, is used for comparison with the tolerance limits.
15 What happens when the auto zero fuction is activated when an offset value is set?
When an offset value is set, the offset value is displayed when the auto zero
function is activated.
16 What is the analog resolution of the LX2-V10W in (mV)?
The analog resolution of the LX2-V10W is 3mV.
17 What is the main function of the Auto Scaling funtion?
The main function is to set up the display to measurement as a percentage, voltage, mm or inch.
18 What is the difference between LX2-70 & LX2-V10 analog voltage output?
LX2-70: 1-5 Volts
LX2-V10: 0-5 Volts Analog voltage proportional to the displayed value can be output.
19 Does we need to buy a switch in other to use the auto peak function?
No, the auto peak(bottom) hold function allows the detection of a target passing through the optical axis without a sensor for synchronization.
20 What is the differences between LX2-70 & LX2-V10 output terminals?
LX2-70: HI & LO (2 outputs)
LX2-V10: HI. GO & LO (3 outputs)