Our TruSense® S200 series sensors and Universal Laser Sensor (ULS) use eye-safe lidar pulses to gather accurate measurements and provide reliable target detection over long-ranges. Customizable programming and configuration options accommodate your application's needs.
Laser sensors bring advantages to several different fields.
By nature, non-contact measurement creates low maintenance benefits.
Contact-sensor alternatives invite exposure to various materials and often install at the bottom of large tanks. Meanwhile, non-contact sensors tend to be installed in easy-to-access areas that avoid material exposure.
Longer Device Lifespans
Avoiding contact with materials means that our sensors perform longer.
LTI sensor installed at an easy-to-reach location.
Easier to Keep Clean
Keeping a clean sensor is a best practice made easier by non-contact performance.
Less frequent cleaning required
Typically limited to removing some dust
Can often be completed via compressed air cans
Easier and Safer to Access
Contrary to contact sensors, our sensors are commonly located near or on a tank’s lid or hatch.
Thanks to the easier access that our sensors tend to create, some safety hazards can be eliminated.
Avoid workers coming into contact with materials
Remove the risk of injury from climbing into tanks, entering production machinery, etc.
Integrators can expect high accuracies from all of LTI’s laser sensor options.
All of our non-contact, continuous measurement laser sensors offer high accuracy. In the general scope of applications, our Universal Laser Sensor’s (ULS) accuracy reigns supreme. However, our S300 series sensors are the better choice for industrial applications in liquid-level measurement, with typical accuracies of +/- 10 mm (.39 in) compared.
S200 Series typical Accuracy: 0.1 ft (4 cm) in short-range mode, 0.3 ft (8 cm) in medium-range mode, .5 ft (15 cm) in long-range mode