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Vision Sensor with Built-in AIIV2 series

Sensor head Narrow field of view sensor model Monochrome AF type



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Narrow field of view sensor model

Reference distance

40 to 150 mm

Field of view

Installation distance of 40 mm:
8 (H) × 6 (V) mm to
Installation distance of 150 mm:
32 (H) × 24 (V) mm*1

Image receiving element


1/3 inch monochrome CMOS

Number of pixels

752 (H) × 480 (V)

Focus adjustment


Exposure time

1/20 to 1/50000



White LED

Lighting method

Switchable between pulse lighting and DC lighting


2 (the same display details for both indicators)

Environmental resistance

Enclosure rating


Operating ambient temperature

0 to +50°C (No freezing)

Operating ambient 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*4

Shock resistance

500 m/s2, 6 times in each of the 3 directions*4


Main unit case: Zinc die-casting, Front cover: Acrylic (hard coat), Operation indicator cover: TPU


Approx. 75 g

*1 When using the magnifying lens attachment (OP-87902): 4 (H) × 3 (V) mm (at installation distance of 18 mm) to 7 (H) × 5.2 (V) mm (at installation distance of 27 mm)
*2 The focus position can be automatically adjusted at the time of installation. This function is deactivated during operation. A different focus position can be registered for each program.
*3 Except when the polarised light filter attachment (OP-87899/OP-87900/OP-87901) or the magnifying lens attachment (OP-87902) is mounted.
*4 Except when the IV2 dome attachment (IV2-GD05/IV2-GD10) is mounted.

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