Camera-based positioning sensors

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High-bay storage devices – from rough to fine positioning

The camera-based sensor is designed for the compartment fine positioning of chassis (X-axis) and lifting unit (Y-axis) of the high-bay storage device. Any deviations from the target reference position that occur during absolute positioning are thereby detected. The reference position is defined by simple bore holes (markers) in the steel profiles (crossbeams or columns) in the shelf compartments. If the bore hole is located in the working range (image field) of the sensor, it delivers the current position relative to the reference position via the integrated Ethernet TCP/IP interface or via 4 digital switching outputs. When the current absolute and reference positions match, the ideal positioning of the high-bay storage device is reached. Smallest size, simple operation, configuration via the integrated web server or directly on the sensor are just a few of the highlights of this device.

IPS 200i

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The IPS 200i is a camera-based sensor for the compartment fine positioning of a high-bay storage device with single compartment depth. With just one device model, a large working range from 100 to 600 mm can be achieved; the also available, heated version can be used at ambient temperatures as low as -30 °C. Its dimensions are unrivalled with respect to the small size. As a result, installation in constrained spaces poses no problem. Other highlights include the simple operation, the configuration via the integrated web server or directly on the sensor, the four alignment LEDs and the information about the function reserve, which is output as a quality score.

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