Omron Automation and Safety’s OS32C-4M safety laser scanners are made to report status and data via EtherNet/IP

Omron Automation and Safety’s OS32C-4M safety laser scanners are designed to provide a 4 meter safety range, 15 meter warning zones and a 270 degree detection angle that is made for safeguarding robotic cells and body entry detection. They are made to be mounted 4 meters high. New pollution tolerance modes are designed to ensure safe machine operation. All models are made to meet global standards for worldwide application.

These safety laser scanners are made to report status and measurement data via EtherNet/IP, to enable users to check the operating state and analyze the cause of an emergency stop via LAN, and to take quick corrective action, even in large-scale applications with multiple scanners.

The configuration tool is made to provide a “maintenance access level” that is designed to enable users to make only non-safety related programming changes, and employs a “non-safety checksum” built for easier re-commissioning when non-safety changes are made. A “zone coordinate import/export” function is made to allow users to modify the shape and size of a monitoring zone by importing coordinates from a text file.

All OS32C safety laser scanners are built to provide configurable object resolutions of 30, 40, 50 and 70 mm to accommodate hand and arm detection applications. They are designed to feature a compact 104.5 mm profile, light 1.3 kg weight and consume just 5 W power (3.75 W in standby mode). The OS32C is made to deliver the versatility needed to solve diverse presence detection and collision avoidance application needs. The status display and eight patented Individual Sector Indicators also are built to enable users to determine at a glance the unit’s operating state and error codes, and assess the direction of an intrusion.

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