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          CMOS Analog Laser Sensor

          IA series

          I-SERIES Intelligent Sensor

          In-Line General-Purpose Analog Laser Sensor with Low Cost & High Performance

          I-SERIES

          High-Accuracy Measurement

          High-Accuracy Measurement

          Supports a variety of work pieces [Measurement with higher stability]

          The IA Series automatically controls and optimizes laser power according to the reflectance of the target. As a result, stable measurement is possible for almost any target from black rubber with a low reflectance to metal surfaces.

          Rugged Head Structure

          Rugged Head Structure

          Use in almost any environment [Die cast metal used for IP67/optical base]

          The head structure was redesigned to give the sensor the smallest body in its class and make it rugged enough to withstand almost any environment. In addition, the optical base is made of die cast steel for strength and protection.

          Easy Installation

          Can be installed almost anywhere [Smallest body in its class]

          The IA Series makes use of a unique aspherical lens to achieve the smallest head housing in its class. Head dimensions are 36 mm x 48.5 mm x 22.6 mm* 1.42" x 1.91" x 0.89" and the head weight is just 50 g* (not including cable). This mimizes the required installation space and reduces the weight making it ideal for mounting on moving parts. *IA-030

          System Configurations

          System Configurations

          Analog Output

          Multi-stage setting supported

          If analog data is transmitted to a PLC, multilevel settings can be implemented to cover various workpieces, reducing labor-hours.

          Device feedback

          Because the output is analog, position information can be fed back and analog control can be implemented.

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