A new combined activation and safety sensor for special door and window requirements is being launched by GEZE UK, in the form of the laser scanner LZR®.
It can be used in environments which demand a wider range than standard activation and safety sensors; in these cases, the LZR® range can be used to boost their activation using a four-laser light curtain which provides three-dimensional protection of the monitored area.
The laser scanner LZR® also incorporates a ‘time-of-flight’ measurement system, which make them extremely reliable, because are not affected by background reflection.
They can be used for a range of automatic door and window systems and come in three types, meaning the most appropriate one can be used in conjunction with the relevant door or window solution.
The laser scanner LZR® is considered ideal for retro-fitting to existing systems and their installation above doorways eliminates the risk of them being damaged by collision.
The P220 version is produced in black, while the others the P110 and the 1100 comes in both black and white.
Andy Howland, director of sales and marketing for GEZE UK, commented: “The laser scanner LZR® is a welcome addition to our range of activation and safety sensors and will provide real benefits to environments that have particular needs in activating doors or safety requirements.
“Their range and effectiveness is truly impressive and they can also bring cost savings to a development or retrofit by eliminating the need for pressure activated devices that have to be fitted at ground level.”
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