CCD Laser MicrometerVG series

VG-035

Sensor Head

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Model

VG-035

Light source

Type

Visible red semiconductor laser

Wavelength

670 nm

Measuring area

35 mm

Setting distance

0 to 300 mm

Linearity

*1

Minimumdisplayable unit

0.5 mm dia. opaque material*2

Minimum detectable object

Repeatability

*3

Monitor output

Output voltage

Impedance

Response time

Controloutput

Control

*4

Controloutput

Controloutput

Response time

Self-timing

*4

Stability output

Response time

Digital I/O

Key input

Control input

Number of CCD pixels

5000bit

Scanning time

1.3ms

Temperature
fluctuation

0.01% of F.S./°C (F.S. = 30 mm )

Rating

Power voltage

Current consumption

Environmental resistance

Operating ambientluminance

Incandescent lamp : 1,000 lux or less, fluorescent lamp : 8,000 lux or less*5

Operating ambient temperature

0 to 40°C (32 to 104°F)

Operating ambient humidity

35 to 85% RH (No condensation)

Vibration

10 to 55 Hz, 1.5 mm double amplitude for 2 hours in each of the X, Y, and Z directions

Enclosure rating

IP60

Material

Die-cast aluminum

Weight

Approx 360 g (transmitter), Approx 320 g (receiver)

*1 Typical data obtained when the T-to-R distance was 100 mm, the receiver-to-target distance was 50 mm and a knife edge was used to interrupt the laser beam.
*2 Typical data obtained when the T-to-R distance was 100 mm and the receiver-to-target distance was 50 mm .
*3 This is a typical example when the distance between the transmitter and receiver has been set to 100 mm and a knife edge has been used to block light at a position that is 50 mm from the receiver.
F.S. = 30 mm displays the measurement accuracy range.
*4 NPN output can easily be converted into PNP output by connecting the optional OP-5148 PNP output converter.
*5 Typical data obtained when the T-to-R distance was 100 mm 3.94", the receiver-to-target distance was 50 mm 1.97" and a knife edge was used to
interrupt the laser beam.

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