Datalogic Safety Laser Scanners From AutomationDirect


May 6, 2021

AutomationDirect has recently added Datalogic Safety Laser Scanners to its lineup of safety products.

Safety laser scanners offer an ingenious, cost-effective way to protect an entire area. This can be a static application such as a robot cell or the area surrounding a moving device such as an AGV.

They are ideal for providing safe access to potentially dangerous locations or areas.

These laser area scanners are configurable and feature a 275-degree viewing window that allows for several user-defined zones of protection. I/O and dust filtering are other options configurable through the unit’s GUI.

Mounting brackets and replacement windows are available.

These new Datalogic Safety Laser Scanners start at $1,992.00 and have a 3-year warranty.

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