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          CMOS Analogue Laser SensorIA series

          IA-100

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          SPECIFICATIONS

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          Model

          IA-100

          Reference distance

          100 mm

          Measurement range

          75 mm to 130 mm

          Light source

          Type

          Red semiconductor laser, wavelength: 655 nm (visible light)

          Laser class

          Class II (FDA (CDRH) Part1040.10)
          Class 2 (IEC 60825-1)

          Output

          560 µW

          Spot diameter (at standard distance)

          Approx. 400 x 1,350 µm

          Linearity

          ±0.15% of F.S. (F.S.=±20 mm,
          80 to 120 mm)*1

          Repeatability

          10 µm*2

          Sampling cycle

          0.33/1/2/5 ms (4 levels available)

          Operation status indicators

          Laser warning: Green LED, Analogue output: Red LED, Measurement centre: Green LED

          Temperature characteristics

          0.06 % of F.S./°C (F.S. = ±20 mm , 80 to 120 mm)

          Environmental resistance

          Enclosure rating

          IP67

          Ambient light

          Incandescent lamp: 7,500 lux*3

          Ambient temperature

          -10 to +50 °C (No condensation or freezing)

          Relative humidity

          35 to 85 % RH (No condensation)

          Vibration resistance

          10 to 55 Hz, Double amplitude 1.5 mm, 2 hours in each of the X, Y, and Z axis

          Material

          Housing material: PBT Metal parts: SUS304 Packing: NBR Lens cover: Glass Cable: PVC

          Weight

          Approx. 130 g (including cable)

          *1 Value when measuring the KEYENCE standard target (white diffuse object).
          *2 Value when measuring the KEYENCE standard target (white diffuse object) at the reference distance, sampling rate: 1 ms, and average number of times: 16.
          *3 Value when the sampling rate is set to 2 ms or 5 ms.

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