Measuring range, stand off and accuracy are variable and will be optimised
|Antaris S||Measuring Range (mm)||Offset (mm)||Repeatability (μm)||Measurement uncertainty (accuracy) [μm]* / %**|
|Antaris 500||500||620||± 50||± 140 / 0.04|
|Antaris 800||800||500||± 100||± 320 / 0.04|
|Antaris 1250||1250||750||± 150||± 500 / 0.04|
|Antaris L||Measuring Range (mm)||Offset (mm)||Repeatability (μm)||Measurement uncertainty (accuracy) [μm]* / %**|
|Antaris 500||500||890||± 70||± 200 / 0.04|
|Antaris 1000||1000||1000||± 130||± 400 / 0.04|
|Antaris 2000||2000||1300||± 260||± 800 / 0.04|
|Antaris 4000||4000||1550||± 520||± 1600 / 0.04|
* derived from DIN 32877, average from 64 single values **% of measuring range
|Laser type, wavelength||Diode, 680nm, red|
|Laser power||1mW (optional 3 ... 7mW)|
|Laser class||2 (hight power 3R, 3B)|
|Sampling frequency||up to 4kHz|
|Interfaces||Analog 4 ... 20mA (galv. separated), digital RS 485 (optically isolated|
|Power supply||18 ... 30VDC, <250mA|
|Enclosure rating||IP 65|
ANTARIS S: 320mm c 200mm x 124mm
ANTARIS L: 560mm x 200mm x 124mm
|Weight (incl. bracket)||S:ca. 9.8kg L:ca. 13.4kg|
|Ambient conditions||0 ... 40⁰C, 35 ... 85% rel. humidity, non-condensing|
The ANTARIS sensors operate according to the triangulation method. A laser beam emitted from the sensor creates a visible spot on the surface of the measured object. Depending on the distance, a CCD line scan camera besides the laser ”views” this spot under varying angles. Using this angle and the known distance of laser and camera, the Digital Signal Processor computes the distance between the sensor and the measured object.
In contrast to conventional laser sensors, LAP ANTARIS sensors combine a high resolution CCD line scan camera with a Digital Signal Processor (DSP) to provide pure digital acquisition and processing of measured values. Sophisticated design using proprietary engineered materials ensures the highest stability without temperature drift and provides shock resistance for use in harsh industrial environments.
This additional housing protects ANTARIS sensors from dust, dirt and temperature influence. Airflow should be produced by a fan; compressed air is not the first choice.
Depending on ambient conditions, the airflow can be heated to prevent fogging and icing or cooled to increase the lifespan of the sensor, especially the laser diode.