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LZR-i30

LASER SCANNER FOR INDUSTRIAL DOOR AND GATE SAFETY
lzr-i30_s600_h110

Description

BEA’s LZR-i30 is a laser-based time-of-flight sensor. This high precision technology ensures accurate object detection. The product configuration provides four laser-based curtains offering a three dimensional safety zone.

The sensor is designed for the detection of people and vehicles, in both indoor and outdoor environments. The detection accuracy makes this sensor ideal for high performance industrial doors, vehicle flow safety, perimeter protection and a variety of applications.

The LZR-i30 is housed in a NEMA 4 rated enclosure and can be installed in outdoor, industrial and other harsh environments. Three visible LED spots provide accurate reference points when adjusting the tilt angle. Parameter adjustments can be made with a BEA remote control.

Features

3-dimensional safety zone

Four curtains of detection each capable of 360 in x 360 in (30 ft x 30 ft)

Highly accurate detection

Detects objects as small as 2 inches at 30 feet away, depending on application

Safe and reliable

Non-contact protection device capable of monitoring with interfaces / doors / gates

Energy savings

Has the ability to ignore dynamic ground conditions and extreme weather

Table of specifications

Technology

LASER scanner, Time-of-Flight measurement

 

Detection Mode

Motion / Presence (EN 12453 Typ. E)

 

Max. Detection Range

360 in × 360 in (30 ft × 30 ft)

 

Detection Plane

4 curtains per sensor, curtain spread dependent on mounting height

 

Remission Factor

> 2%

 

Emission Characteristics
IR LASER
 
Red Visible LASER

 
Wavelength 905 nm;
maximum output pulse power 75 W
Wavelength 650 nm;
maximum output CW power 3mW

 

Supply Voltage

10 – 35 VDC @ Sensor Terminal
(to be operated from SELV compatible
power supplies only)

 

Peak Current at Power-On

1.8 A (Max. 80 ms @ 35 V)

 

Power Consumption

< 5 W

 

Response Time

Typ. 20 ms; max. 80ms
(+ output activation delay)

 

Output
Max. Switching Voltage
Max. Switching Current

2 electronic relays (galvanic isolated – polarity free)
35 VDC / 24 VAC
80 mA ( resistive )

 

LED-Signal

1 Blue LED: Status << Power–on >>
1 Orange LED: Status << Error >>
2 Bi-colored LEDs: Detection/Output Status
(Green: no detection; Red: detection)

 

Dimensions
Housing
10LBA

 
5 in (W) × 3.66 in (H) × 2.75 in (D)
Mounting bracket adds 0.55 in

 

Cable Length

360 in (30 ft)

 

Material

PC / ASA

 

Color

Black

 

Rotation Angle on Bracket

±5° (Lockable)

 

Tilt Angle on Bracket

±3°

 

Degree of Protection

NEMA 4 / IP65

 

Temperature Range

−22 °F – 140 °F if powered
14 °F – 140 °F if unpowered

 

Humidity

0 – 95% non-condensing

 

Vibrations

< 2 G

 

Pollution on Front Screens

Max. 30% ; Homogenous

 

Test Body Dimensions

< 11.81 in × 7.87 in × 27.56 in @ 276 in
(EN 12445 test body A)

 

Norm Conformance

2006/95/EC: LVD; 2002/95/EC: RoHS; 2004/108/EC:
EMC; 2006/42/EC: MD; EN 12453:2000 chapter 5.1.1.6,
chapter 5.5.1 Safety device E; EN 12978:2009; EN
ISO 13849-1:2008 CAT2, Pl “d”; EN 60529:2001; IEC
60825-1:2007; EN 60950-1:2005; EN 61000-6-2:2005;
EN 61000-6-3:2006; IEC 61496-1:2009; EN 61496-3:
2008 ESPE Type 2; EN 62061:2005 SIL 2

 
Versions
  • lzr-i30_s600_h110
    10LZRI30

    LZR-i30

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Frequently asked questions

Why is the LZR-I30 not working and the blue light is on?

The monitoring wires must be paralleled with the power wires.

 

Why is the remote control not working with the LZR-I30?

The LZR-I30 locks out the remote control after 30 minutes of idle time. You must cycle the power to access the remote control feature again.

 

Where is the LZR-I30 pattern oriented?

Press UNLOCK > MAGIC WAND > MAGIC WAND. Three visible laser beams will appear to align the sensor.

 

Can the LZR-I30 be powered with a BEA 24VAC transformer?

No, the LZR-I30 can only be powered with DC voltage.

 

Can the LZR-I30 be set to prevent false detections when it rains?

Yes. To achieve this, increase the Immunity Filter, Minimum Object Size, and Output Activation Delay.

 

Can I use the LZR-I30 in a freezer?

Yes, as long as there is not a lot of moisture or fog present. The lens must be clear for proper operation.

 

Will water on the floor cause issues?

No. The LZR-I30 has an uncovered zone 4 inches above the floor and can be increased up to 8 inches.

 

Why is the LZR-I30 flashing orange and stuck in detection?

The LZR-I30 was set up with a reference point. You must re-learn or set up again without a reference point.

 

Why will the LZR-I30 not power up, even with DC voltage?

The LZR-I30 can draw up to 1.8 amps for a very short time during start up. Ensure that the power supply can withstand the in-rush current.

 

Can I use the LZR-I30 for a horizontal application?

Yes. Utilize the visible red spots to help orient the detection zone.

 

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