With the IPS 200i, Leuze electronic says it has introduced the smallest camera-based sensor currently on the market for compartment fine positioning within single-depth high-bay storage devices. It impresses with some powerful advantages, particularly its fast commissioning and simple alignment.
Fast commissioning is one of the most powerful advantages that the small, camera-based IPS 200i has to offer. It is accomplished using a web-based configuration tool, and adjustments can be made directly on the device itself. An alignment system with feedback LEDs provides additional support. Due to the compact design, the IPS 200i requires only minimal space on the high-bay storage device. This enables quick and easy compartment fine positioning - for example, in small-part container storages or in single-depth pallet high-bay warehouses.
Due to powerful, ambient-light-independent IR LED lighting, a single device can be flexibly used for the entire working range of up to 600mm. A model with integrated heating for use in refrigerated warehouses down to -30degC is also available. Condition monitoring with a quality score, which identifies diminishing reading capacity of the sensor early on, reduces downtime and improves the availability and cost-effectiveness of the systems.
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