The STI OS32C-DM Safety Laser Scanner helps keep machines up and running by enabling users to check the operating state and analyze the cause of an emergency stop via LAN.
These compact safety laser scanners can be monitored over Ethernet/IP and can provide system status, zone status and measurement data information to most devices using the Ethernet /IP protocol. In addition, the scanner has been conformance tested to the ODVA (Open Devicenet Vendor Association) standard ensuring connectivity and trouble-free operation to other ODVA compliant devices such as PLCs and HMIs.
Easy to use function blocks are for simple PLC controlled status and data updates. These function blocks can be used in the PLC code to automatically configure the PLC to process and display the information.
All STI OS32C safety laser scanners provide configurable object resolutions of 30, 40, 50 and 70 mm to accommodate hand and arm detection applications. They feature a compact 104.5 mm profile, light 1.3 kg weight and consume 5 W of power (3.75 W in standby mode).
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