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          Self-contained TOF Laser SensorLR-T series

          LR-TB2000C

          Detection distance 2 m, Cable with connector M12, Laser Class 2

          SPECIFICATIONS

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          Model

          LR-TB2000C

          Type

          Cable with connector M12

          Detectable distance

          60 to 2000 mm*1

          Spot diameter

          Approx. 4 mm

          Response time

          1 ms/10 ms/25 ms/100 ms/1000 ms
          selectable

          Light source

          Type

          Red laser (660 nm)

          Laser class

          Class 2 laser product
          (IEC60825-1,FDA (CDRH) Part1040.10*2)

          Mutual interference prevention function

          4 units (when using the interference prevention function)

          Timer

          OFF/OFF delay/ON delay/One-shot

          Power voltage

          20 to 30 VDC, including 10% ripple (P-P), Class 2 or LPS

          Current consumption

          45 mA or less (without load)*3

          I/O

          Control output

          NPN open collector/PNP open collector selectable
          30 VDC or less, 50 mA or less, residual voltage: 2 V or less,
          N.O./N.C. selectable
          *4*5

          External input

          Switchable between transmission OFF, teaching, and reference surface update
          Short-circuit current: 1 mA or less for both NPN and PNP
          For the applied voltage, see the wiring diagrams (pages 2 and 3 in the instruction manual).
          For the input times, see the time charts (page 4 in the instruction manual).*6

          Analogue output

          -

          Protection circuit

          Protection against reverse power connection, power supply surges, output overcurrent, reverse output connection, and output surge

          Environmental resistance

          Enclosure rating

          IP65/IP67 (IEC60529)

          Ambient light

          Incandescent lamp/Sunlight: 10,0000 lux or less

          Ambient temperature

          -20 to +55 °C (No 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 directions

          Shock resistance

          1,000 m/s2, 6 times in each of the X, Y, and Z directions

          Material

          Case: Zinc die cast (Nickel chrome plating),
          Indicator cover and buttons: PES,
          Lens cover and display: PMMA (scratch-resistant coating specifications),
          Cable bushing: PBT,
          Cable: PVC,
          M12 connector: TPE, PBT, Nickel-plated brass

          Accompanying items

          Instruction manual,
          Laser warning and explanation labels

          Weight

          Approx. 85 g

          *1 The range for displayable distance is from 50 to 2200.
          *2 The laser classification for FDA (CDRH) is implemented based on IEC60825-1 in accordance with the requirements of Laser Notice No.50.
          *3 145 mA or less (with load)
          *4 You can select the I/O from the following combinations.
          Control output × 2, control output + external input
          Control output + analogue output (LR-TB5000/TB5000C/TB5000CL only),
          External input + analogue output (LR-TB5000/TB5000C/TB5000CL only)
          (For details on the setting method, see the instruction manual.)
          *5 IO-Link specification v.1.1/COM2 (38.4 kbps) is supported. You can download a setup file from the KEYENCE website (http://www.keyence.com).
          If you are using the product in an environment in which you cannot download files over the Internet, contact your nearest KEYENCE office.
          *6 You can select the I/O from the following combinations.
          Control output × 2, control output + external input, IO-Link
          (For details on the setting method, see page 3 of the instruction manual.)

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