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Separating people at passenger locks

In train stations, underground stations or airports, automated entry systems make sure that only those with valid tickets can pass through the passenger locks. Several cylindrical photoelectric sensors detect people at these points. The downstream controller makes sure that only one person can pass through the passenger lock at a time.

  • Following product families can be used
    • Modern OES4 ASIC technology for excellent optical performance and ambient light immunity
    • Housing formats: Cylindrical (with M18 thread), cuboid, and hybrid
    • Wide range of mounting options
    • Programmable switching outputs
    • No protection class II power supply unit required
    • Variable monitoring lengths from 120 mm to 1,400 mm (in 160 mm increments)
    • Operating range 7 m
    • Response time 18 ms
    • Resolution 45 mm to 25 mm
    • Order-picking with bright job LEDS on the sender and receiver sides
    • IP 65 protection class
    • Ambient light immunity up to 150,000 lux
    • Economical M18 cylindrical sensors with standard housing design
    • Choice of plastic and metal housing variants with straight optical output
    • Very bright and highly visible PinPoint LEDs
    • Highly visible status indicator
    • IP67 enclosure rating
    • PinPoint LED and class 1 laser variants
    • SICK ASIC, the result of decades of experience with photoelectric sensors
    • Photoelectric proximity sensors with background suppression, energetic photoelectric proximity sensors, and through-beam photoelectric sensors
    • ABS plastic housing and V4A stainless-steel 1.4404 (316L) housing
    • Enclosure ratings IP67 and IP69K
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