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Luminescence sensors

The bright idea for fluorescent material

Luminescence sensors detect visible and non-visible marks that illuminate when using ultraviolet (UV) light. Fluorescent material and marks are reliably detected independently of their pattern, colors or surface conditions on any material. Luminescence sensors emit UV light with a wave length of approximately 375 nm. Fluorescent substances convert the UV light into long-wave visible light, which is then received and evaluated by the luminescence sensor.

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Product family LUT1
Compact sensor for long sensing distances
  • Infinite switching threshold adjustment via membrane keyboard
  • Long sensing distances up to 150 mm
  • Sender LED UV (375 nm) or blue (470 nm)
  • Switching frequency 600 Hz or 6 kHz
Product family LUT8
For universal use with easy adjustment
  • Tough metal housing
  • Simple sensitivity adjustment in 8 stages
  • Bar graph display provides information about the luminescence intensity
  • Sensing distances selectable through interchangeable lenses
  • Additional optical filters suppress background luminescence
  • Fiber-optic cable connection (with 20 mm lens)
  • Switching and analog output
Product family LUT9
The new standard for high-performance luminescence sensors
  • Simple teach-in
  • Operating range up to 250 mm
  • Version with IO-Link for remote monitoring
  • Bar graph display provides information about the luminescence intensity
  • High speed (6.5 kHz), standard (2.5 kHz), high resolution (500 Hz) models
  • Additional optical filters suppress background luminescence
  • Fiber-optic cable connection (with 20 mm lens)
  • Switching and analog output
Product family LUT3
The solution for standard applications
  • Rugged metal housing
  • Sensing distance: 10, 20, or 50 mm
  • Sensing ranges can be selected with interchangeable lenses
  • Sender LED UV (375 nm)
Product family LUTM
Small, intelligent luminescence sensor
  • Luminescence sensor in a miniature housing
  • Static and dynamic teach-in methods in a single variant
  • Reliable detection even at a low level luminescence
  • Switching frequency: 6 kHz
  • Operating range: 8 ... 20 mm
  • IO-Link function
  • Compatibility with older LUT sensors thanks to cable with male connector M12

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