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LZR-WIDESCAN

MOTION, PRESENCE AND SAFETY SENSOR FOR AUTOMATIC INDUSTRIAL DOORS
LZR-Widescan_1

Description

BEA’s LZR-WIDESCAN is a LASER-based, time-of- flight sensor used for motion, safety and presence detection in a variety of industrial door applications. This all-in-one solution offers the benefits of activation and safety, while reducing installation time.

This NEMA 4 rated sensor creates a volumetric detection area by generating seven angled LASER curtains. It has the ability to detect objects based on direction, speed, object size and height.

The LZR-WIDESCAN detection field operates independent of ground conditions, allowing for superior functionality in harsh environments.

Features

Alternative Solution

Ideal for replacing costly / labor-intensive induction loop and pull-cord solutions

Energy-efficient

Promotes energy savings by reducing false detections / unnecessary door cycling, helping to regulate HVAC

Virtual Pull-Cord

Virtual pull-cord function can differentiate between pedestrian and vehicle traffic and can provide pulse-on-stop activation

Visible Spots

Two visible LASER alignment spots ensure accurate pattern placement

Table of specifications

Technology

LASER scanner, Time-of-Flight measurement (7 LASER
curtains)

 

Detection Mode

Motion and Presence

 

Max. Detection Field

Width: 1.2 x mounting height
Depth: 1.2 x mounting height
(adjustable depending on user settings)

 

Thickness of First Curtain

3⁄4 inch per 3 feet of mounting height

 

Typ. Mounting Height

6’6” – 19’6”

 

Typ. Minimum Object Size

6” @ 19’6” (in proportion to object distance)

 

Test Body Dimensions

27 1⁄2” × 11 3⁄4”× 7 3⁄4”

 

Min. Reflectivity Factor

> 2 % (of floor and object) (measured at max. 19’6” in safety
field)

 

Emission Characteristics
IR LASER
 
Visible LASER

 
Wavelength 905 nm;
maximum output pulse power 75 W, Class 1
Wavelength 650 nm;
maximum output CW power 3 mW, Class 3R

 

Supply Voltage

12 – 24 VAC ±10%
12 – 30 VDC ±10% @ sensor terminal

 

Power Consumption

< 2.5 W (heating: off)
< 15 W (heating: eco or auto)

 

Response Time

Typ. 100 ms (max. 500 ms)

 

Output

2 solid-state relays ( galvanic isolation, polarity free )
30 VDC (max. switching voltage) – 100 mA (max. switching
current)
- in switching mode: NO/NC
- in frequency mode: pulsed signal (f= 100 Hz ±10%)
1 electro-mechanic relay (galvanic isolation, polarity free)
42 VAC (max. switching voltage) – 500 mA (max. switching
current)

 

Input

30 VDC (max. switching voltage)
low < 1 V       high > 10 V (voltage threshold)

 

LED-Signal

2 tri-colored LEDs: Output status / Remote Control Response / Error Signals

 

Dimensions

7 3⁄4” (H) x 6” (W) x 4” (D) (approx.)

 

Material / Color

PC/ASA / Black

 

Rotation Angles on Bracket

45° to the right, 15° to the left (lockable)

 

Tilt Angles on Bracket

–10° – 5º

 

Degree of Protection

NEMA 4 / IP65

 

Temperature Range

−22 ºF – 140 ºF (−30 ºC – 60 ºC)

 

Vibrations

< 2 G

 

Cable Length

360 in (30 ft)

 

Norm Conformance

EN 61000-6-2, EN 61000-6-3, EN 60950-1, EN 60825-1, EN
ISO 13849-1 Pl “d”/ CAT2, EN 62061 SIL 2, EN 61496-1 ESPE
Type 2, EN 12978 , EN 50581

 
Versions
  • LZR-Widescan_1
    10LZRWIDESCAN

    Motion, Presence and Safety Sensor for Industrial Doors

Accessories
  • mini-industrial-bracket
    Mini Industrial Bracket

    Universal industrial mounting bracket

  • industrial-bracket
    Industrial Bracket

    Universal industrial mounting bracket

  • LZR-WIDESCAN - Adapter Plate
    LZR-WIDESCAN Adapter Kit

    Adapter Kit for the LZR-WIDESCAN when using BEA’s Industrial Bracket or Mini Industrial Bracket

  • LZR-WIDESCAN - 50 ft Cable
    50’ cable for LZR-WIDESCAN

    Optional 50 ft cable for use with the LZR-WIDESCAN

  • LZR-WIDESCAN - 50 ft Cable
    30’ cable for LZR-WIDESCAN

    Optional 30 ft cable for use with the LZR-WIDESCAN

Videos
Downloads
Frequently asked questions

Which output is used for each of the detection fields?

Defaults may be changed to suit the application needs. See User’s Guide (75.5916) for more information.
Output 1 = safety
Output 2 = presence
Relay = motion

 

Is it possible to ignore pedestrian traffic? What if people still need to occasionally use the door?

Yes, using the virtual Pull-Cord function. Up to 3 locations can be set for a pedestrian to activate the door by standing in the preset locations for X number of seconds. The same principle can be applied for vehicles.

 

Can the LZR-WIDESCAN be used in a freezer application?

The LZR-WIDESCAN has been tested down to -22F. When used in cold environments, it is
recommended to use the Heater function to help reduce frost/ice on the lens of the
sensor.

 

Will the Height Trigger tell our door how high it needs to open?

The Height Trigger simply allows the LZR-WIDESCAN to reject objects below a certain height. One way to use this is to wire the Motion output to a Partial Open input, and the Height Trigger to the full open.

 

What does “E5 Masking” indicate?

A masking error simply means that a portion of the sensor’s view is blocked (i.e.
masked). This is a soft error and can be cleared by unlocking and locking the sensor.

 

How far from the door can the field of detection extend?

The ratio of mounting height to detection depth is 1:1.2.
The ratio of mounting height to detection width is 1:1.
For example, mounting the sensor at 10 feet high will create a maximum pattern size of 12′ deep by 10′ wide.

 

Where is the LZR-WIDESCAN pattern oriented?

Press UNLOCK > MAGIC WAND > MAGIC WAND. Two visible laser beams will appear to align the sensor pattern in close proximity to the door..

 

Are my outputs bad if the sensor appears to be working, but the door is not responding?

Verify the Output function settings in the sensor. Even though the appropriate LED may
illuminate, it is possible that the particular feature is not assigned to an output, or is
assigned to a different output than you thought.

 

How do I turn off the LEDs for an unused detection field?

Simply set that detection field’s width to 000.

 

Do I have to connect the monitoring wires (similar to the LZR-I30) for non-monitored applications?

No.

 

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