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The term light barrier can refer to the theoretical top speed at which any physical object can move. Light barrier could mean: The speed of light is the potential top speed at which any material thing or piece of information may move. A light curtain is a type of opto-electronic device utilised in security applications. Alternatively, data can move at the speed of light.
A light curtain is a type of opto-electronic device utilised in security applications. A lens is used to focus beams that have experienced many reflections between two highly reflective surfaces in multiple-beam interferometry. This technique relies on placing the surfaces in close proximity.
The Global multiple-beam light barriers market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
Multiple-Beam Safety Light Barriers with Increased Detection Range and IP67 Protection. The multiple-beam safety light barriers from Pepperl Fuchs stand for the highest quality standards and dependable protection of people and equipment. Depending on the application, the safety sensors generate a two-dimensional detecting zone of up to 2,400 mm, shielding users’ fingers, hands, or bodies.
This increases versatility for a wider range of applications, and the new SLCS and SLCT series have increased detection ranges of up to 20 m and standard IP67 protection for challenging environmental conditions.
Multiple-beam safety light barriers from the SLCS and SLCT series can be placed in three different directions thanks to a thin housing design and dovetail guides. Additionally, thorough mounting attachments provide practical answers for a variety of applications on machines or in the field.
Benefits of Multiple-Beam Light Barriers from the SLCS and SLCT Series up to 20 m of extended range and reliable detection with IP67 protection for maximum availability in challenging environmental conditions. Signal evaluation is integrated into the housing design to save space.
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