BGS-HL Series – High-Resolution C-MOS Laser Type Optex
High resolution BGS laser sensor, Minimum detectable height difference = 0.08
High resolution BGS laser sensor
- Minimum detectable height difference = 0.08 mm (BGS-HL05☐☐/-HDL05☐☐)
- Built-in controller and 4-digit display
- Stable detection regardless object color
Super precision BGS sensor detects 0.08 mm height difference (BGS-HL05☐☐ BGS-HDL05☐☐ )
FASTUS BGS-HL/-HDL Series achieves precise height difference detection regardless of Object color and material.
This is accomplished by utilizing original “TRI-CORE” Technology found in our high-end displacement sensors.
This Technology enables the highest level of performance in the industry at an economical price.
High resolution electronic shutter
Thanks to an automatic shutter speed adjustment function, the BGS-HL/-HDL series has the advantage of accurately detecting Black non-reﬂ ective surfaces as well as shiny reﬂ ective surfaces.
The Automatic shutter speed adjustment function minimizes the error caused by differences in reﬂ ectivity of object color and material.
Material response is improved incredibly
The error of BGS-HL25T2/BGS-HDL25T2 is improved to 1/13 (SUS object) and 1/58 (Black paper) compared with conventional BGS laser sensor.
Digital subpixel processing
Subpixel processing divides one pixel into sub pixels and enables accurate detection of peak.
Automatic sampling function
In addition to standard feedback, received light to laser power, BGS-HL/-HDL has Automatic Sampling function which enables stable detection of metal surface and also black material by adjusting sampling speed.
Easy to see digital panel
・ 4-digit display in small case
・ Easy setup by 4 buttons
・ High-end functionality
Ideal for robot mounting
Ideal for mounting on robot cylinder thanks to compact dimensions and the light weight. IP67 water tightness is also secured.
The minimum detectable height difference of 0.08 mm (BGS-HL05☐☐/BGS-HDL05☐☐)
- Perfect for applications that require sensing the height difference of very thin parts, inclination, and overlap (seam) detection.