Get Even More Versatility and Further Improve Productivity with the World's Most Compact Type 3 Safety Laser Scanners

The OS32C Safety Laser Scanner from Omron Scientific Technologies Inc. is now available in 30, 40, 50 and 70 mm resolutions. This makes the OS32C an ideal safeguarding solution covering a wider array of area and machine safety applications, including point-of-entry hand detection applications and other instances where safety light curtains are simply too large to fit or may impair productivity. It also enables the OS32C to be mounted closer to the pinch point, which can help increase machine productivity and optimize valuable floor space.

Further enhancing safety and productivity, the latest version (1.4.2) of the OS32C configuration tool enables users to copy and paste zones and zone sets to significantly reduce programming time. Version 1.4.2 also offers record system monitoring and playback to help users troubleshoot false nuisance intrusions, as well as configuration checksum functionality to help identify any program tampering after equipment has been commissioned. It provides troubleshooting tips in the fault log, and makes available additional zone shapes.

Additional OS32C updates include an improved standby mode that minimizes the potential for optical interference with other equipment on the factory floor, as well as the ability to invert the 7-segment display in applications where the scanner needs to be mounted upside down.

The OS32C features a compact 104.5 mm profile, light 1.3 kg weight and low 5 W power consumption (3.75 W in standby mode). Combined with innovative features such as highly flexible and easily configurable detection zones, the OS32C is not only easy to handle and install, but also delivers the versatility needed to solve diverse presence detection and collision avoidance application needs.

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