Line guidance and grid localization

Line guidance and grid localization are simple forms of localization for automated guided vehicles. For line guidance, the sensor detects an optical or magnetic line and outputs the position deviation to the line. For grid localization, the sensor detects 2D codes which are attached to the floor as rasters and deliver position data to the vehicle control.

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  • Detection of luminescent adhesive tape
  • Very high signal-to-noise ratio (~1:1,000)
  • 180 mm reading field (up to 3 lanes can be read)
  • Output of deviation from lane center point, land width and reading out of bar codes
  • Able to withstand ambient light, contamination and glare
  • Compensation for surface defects
  • Measurement accuracy: ± 1 mm
  • CANopen, RS-485 or Ethernet TCP/IP or IO-Link
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  • Detection of magnetic lines for line guidance
  • Detection of switches: Up to 3 lanes at a time
  • Resolution 1 mm, repeatability 1 mm
  • CANopen, Modbus RTU RS-485
  • Detection of control marks
  • IP65, IP67, IP68
  • Variants with measuring ranges of 100 mm to 1,000 mm
  • Integrated inertial measuring unit
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  • Variable reading distances of 50 mm to 500 mm
  • Reads Data Matrix and QR code labels
  • Small housing with rotatable plug unit and or plug unit with flexible cable routing
  • Integrated angle measurement as alignment aid for mounting
  • Simple, reliable parameter back-up
  • No sensitivity to ambient light
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