SR5600 combines fastest speed with high accuracy

For specialist applications, where the ultimate in speed and accuracy is required with either a very small or a very large field of view, the powerful SR Series or 3D Sensors provide the perfect answer.

Properties & Benefits

  • Small Field of View – Detect smallest features
  • Very High Accuracy – Both horizontal and vertical
  • Very High Speed – For fastest production lines
SmartRay™
SR5650@85
Typical field of view (near | mid | far ) 1 26.5 | 27 | 27.5 mm
Measurement range 1 4 mm
Stand-off distance 85 mm
Typical lateral resolution (Z) 1 25 – 26 µm
Typical vertical resolution (Y) 1 2.1 – 2.2 µm
Z-Linearity 2, 5 0.03%(0.3 µm/mm)
Z-Repeatability 4, 5 0.6 µm
Weight Approx. 2300 g
Part number 3.003.030 for Laser Class 2M
3.003.002 for Laser Class 3B
Maximum points / 3D profile 1272
Typical scan rate 3 Approx. from 4 kHz up to 25 KHz
Typical 3D point rate 3 Approx. from x.x up to x.x million points/sec
Interface Gigabit Ethernet ( 1 Gbit/ sec)
Inputs 4 x Inputs, 5 – 24 VDC
Quadrature Encoder (AB-Channel, RS-422 Standard)
Outputs 2 x Outputs, 24 VDC
Trigger START Trigger support on Input 1 – 4
DATA Trigger support on Quadrature Encoder Input (Max. DATA trigger rate: 100 kHz)
DATA Trigger support on Input 2, 3 (Max. DATA trigger rate: 10 kHz)
Input voltage | Power 24 VDC, ± 15 % ripple | 13 W
Laser wavelength 660 nm
Laser class (standard | optional) 3B | –
Maximum ambient light 10,000 lx
EMC test as per EN 61 000-6-2, EN 61 000-6-4
Vibration/ Shock test as per EN 60 086-2-6, -27, -29, -64
Electrical safety as per EN 61 010-1-3
Protection class III, as per EN 61 040-3
Enclosure rating IP65
Air humidity Maximum 90%, non-condensing
Temperature (operation | storage) 0 – 40° C | -20 – 70° C
Compatible accessories Power-I/O-Encoder cable: 6.320.0XX
Ethernet cable: 6.303.0XX

 

(1) Typical values can vary up to 5% due to optical tolerances
(2) Z-Linearity calculated as a variation of “bias” (reference value vs. measured value) over the measurement range. The %slope of a best-fit (regression) line from a plot of bias over measurement range represents Z-Linearity
(3) Scan rate & point rate are dependent on the configured field of view, measurement range and exposure time. The typical scan/point rate has been estimated with an exposure time of 1 µsec
(4) Experimentally asessed by scanning a measurement target moving over a conveyor belt 50 times. Measurement perfomed by averaging height values within the Z-Map image. No post-processing filters applied
(5) Measurements performed on a SmartRay standard artifact which is an aluminium flat matt surface painted matte white

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