Multi-Purpose Digital Laser Sensor

LV-N series

LV-S63 Area Beam Retro-Reflective

Highly precise target detection with easy installation

Long Distance Transparent Object Detection

Reflected light levels are averaged by widening the acceptance surface (approx. 1.26"x 0.59" 32 x 15 mm). This provides stable transparent object detection.

When the mounting bracket is attached (accessory)

When the mounting bracket is attached (accessory)

What sets the LV-S62/S63 apart from conventional sensors for transparent object detection?

Beam Shape

Area beams are excellent for detecting targets with gaps.

Unlike small beam spots, area beams are less affected by vibrating targets or backgrounds. LV-S63 also spreads the spot's depth 0.31" 8 mm x 0.47" 12 mm to provide more stability.

Area Laser

Small spot

Small spot

Large light quantity variation if position shifts

Area beam

Area beam

Small light quantity variation even if position shifts

Laser Beam

Can stably detect vibrating/inclining transparent targets

Due to the characteristics of lasers, the slightest incline of a transparent target can cause light diffraction resulting in unstable detection. The newly-developed laser drive circuit found in the LV-S62 and LV-S63 compensates for this phenomenon.
Whereas most lasers use a single wavelength, the LV-S62/S63 uses high-frequency superimposition technology to take a wide range of wavelengths. This has enabled the practical elimination of transparent quantity changes.

Can stably detect vibrating/inclining transparent targets

High-frequency superimposition drive circuit

Whereas most lasers use a single wavelength, the LV-S62/S63 uses high-frequency superimposition technology to take a wide range of wavelengths. This has enabled the practical elimination of transparent quantity changes.

Amplifier: World's first zero datum function

The amplifier cancels light quantity variation.

The amplifier cancels light quantity variation.

The zero datum function always monitors the received light quantity when there is no transparent object and keeps the displayed value at 0 (light quantity variation cancellation). If a transparent object is input, the function displays the difference. This makes it very easy for the LV Series amplifier to stably detect transparent targets.
(Patent pending)

Specifications

Model

LV-S61

LV-S62

LV-S63

Type

Small spot

Parallel light area

Long-distance transparent object

FDA (CDRH) Part 1040.10

Class 1 Laser Product

IEC 60825-1

Light source

Visible red semiconductor laser, Wavelength: 655 nm

Visible red semiconductor laser, Wavelength: 660 nm

Detecting
distance

MEGA

2.5 m

12 m (6 m)*1

35 m

ULTRA

2 m

10 m (5 m)*1

30 m

SUPER

1.5 m

8 m (3.5 m)*1

25 m

TURBO

1 m

5 m (2 m)*1

15 m

FINE

0.75 m

2.5 m (0.7 m)*1

8 m

HSP

0.5 m

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Environmental
resistance

Ambient temperature

-10 to +50°C (No freezing)

Material

Case

Glass reinforced plastic

Lens cover

Acrylic

Reflective mirror

Polycarbonate, acrylic

Weight

Approx. 70 g

Approx. 65 g

Approx. 110 g

*1 Numbers enclosed in parentheses are the detecting distance for small beam spot.

Dimensions

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