Sheet coil uncoiling

To ensure a constant feed of material, the uncoiling speed of the sheet coil must be regulated. The DT20 Hi distance sensor measures the radius of the sheet coil over the entire uncoiling process. The DFS60 incremental encoder uses a friction roller to measure the uncoiling speed of the sheet metal. The measured values from both sensors are used to control the uncoiling speed and initiate automatic coil change.

  • Following product families can be used
    • Highest reliability, ambient light immunity and best price/performance ratio thanks to HDDM technology
    • Measuring range of 0.05 m to 12 m for natural objects or 0.2 m to 35 m for reflective tape
    • Devices with analog and digital output, or just switching
    • Infrared or red emitted light in laser class 1 or 2
    • Repeatability: 0.5 mm to 5 mm
    • Compact housing size
    • IO-Link
    • Measuring range up to 10 m on black targets and up to 30 m on white targets, compact dimensions
    • Output rate up to 3,000/s
    • Repeatability: 0.5 mm to 5 mm
    • Reliable, patented HDDM time-of-flight technology
    • Withstands extreme temperatures from –40 °C to +65 °C thanks to rugged metal housing
    • Shape comparison integrated in sensor
    • IO-Link, analog and digital output
    • Display with intuitive operation and easy-teach option
    • Enclosure rating IP 65 and IP 67
    • Short installation depth

    • High resolution of up to 16 bits

    • Optional programming: Output voltage, zero pulse position, zero impulse width, pulse number and counting direction

    • Connection: Radial or axial cable connection, M23 or M12 male connector, axial or radial.

    • Electrical interfaces: 5 V & 24 V TTL/RS-422, 24 V HTL/push pull, 5 V sin/cos 1 Vss

    • Mechanical interfaces: Face mount flange or servo flange, blind hollow shaft or through hollow shaft

    • Remote zero set possible
    • Highest reliability, ambient light immunity and price/performance ratio thanks to HDDM technology
    • Measuring ranges of 10 m or 20 m directly on the object or 50 m on the reflector
    • Different performance levels depending on the product and laser class
    • Various interfaces: Digital, analog or serial
    • Display with intuitive and consistent operating concept
    • Rugged zinc die cast housing
    • Wide operating temperature range from –30 °C to +65 °C
    • Four measuring ranges from 50 mm up to 1,000 mm
    • Very high linearity of up to ± 0.5 mm
    • CMOS receiving element makes accurate distance measurement possible regardless of color and gloss
    • Red light laser
    • Freely scalable analog and digital output
    • Display with intuitive menu navigation
    • Extended adjustments (e.g. averaging, external laser-off function, etc.)