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TruSense® S Series

Your next generation laser sensors offer longer range, a more simplistic user interface and a smaller, compact design.

Optimize Custom Performance

The TruSense® S Series laser sensors are user configurable, which means you can easily optimize their performance for your specific application.

  • Set measurement mode to First, Strongest or Last Target and quickly change the behavior of the laser sensor to best work in your particular environment.
  • You can also increase the averaging samples to capture a higher accuracy level of all your measurements.
  • If you need to isolate the measurement within a particular range, you can set a short and long gate and program the laser to only compute values within that predetermined range.
  • Apply an offset from the laser sensor and have unlimited flexibility with where you install your laser sensor.

Having a choice of a variety of I/O formats makes the TruSense series very adaptable for your specific installation.

The superior engineering put into this laser sensor equates to a smaller, lighter, better performance laser sensor – all these benefits will help produce the desired results you need within your specific environment.

What the TruSense Laser Sensor Measures:

- Easily identifies difficult targets such as liquids, non-reflective materials and moving objects.
- Makes non-contact and non-intrusive measurements without the need for frequent calibration.
- Recognizes small targets at long distances, within narrow openings and from sharp angles (solid targets only).
- Performs under temperature variations, background noise and low dielectric constants or acoustically absorbing materials.

S200 Series

What is the best application for the S200 Series?

The TruSense S200 Series S210 and S230 models are designed for optimal operation and performance in industrial applications involving Level Measurement, Detection and Positioning.

Do these lasers work in harsh environments?

The TruSense S230 industrial laser sensor and ruggedized enclosure are a perfect solution for a wide variety of chemical process applications that require an explosion-proof housing. The 230 model also offers a visible alignment laser.

What communication protocol is used?

The 230 model offers serial RS232 and 4-20mA outputs. This output format is critical because that tends to be the most commonly used data input/output for industrial applications. Support for both these protocols allows the user the ability to communicate with the laser through 4-20mA as well as through RS232 serial communication.

S300 Series

What is the best application for the S300 Series?

The newly introduced TruSense S300 series are specifically engineered for non-contact fluid level measurement. This series offers the ultimate way to get the measurements needed in applications such as Water and Wastewater, Chemicals Processing, and Food and Beverage industries.

These sensors can directly measure calm or turbulent liquids, including clear water, giving accurate and repeatable results instantaneously. They also provide a sensor that can be shot through stilling pipes and near flat walls.

For applications where a compact size and extremely light weight is a must, the TruSense S-Series are a perfect fit. The OEM version (without an external case) weighs less than 3 ounces and takes up space that is no larger than a deck of cards.

Have these sensors been used anywhere else?

The OEM version (without an external case) weighs less than 3 ounces and takes up space that is no larger than a deck of cards. System integrators can easily install it into a small aircraft for height measurements or a camera housing for a shutter trigger.

Do these lasers work in harsh environments?

Offering an explosion-proof accessory (Ruggedized Enclosure) which allows the laser sensor to be rated to meet ATEX and other explosion-proof standards. It is ideal for applications that require Class1, Div 1 explosion-proof protection.

Every application is unique. Contact us to discuss your solution needs, and we’ll help you choose the best laser sensor for the job.

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