Datalogic Laser Sentinel Area Scanner Banner Datalogic Laser Sentinel Area Scanner Available from Scott Equipment Company

Safety is everyone's number one goal.  Safety scanners prevent hazards from operating when an unintended object or person is in a dangerous area.  These safety devices can be unobtrusively mounted to avoid damage or potential impact, while protecting a simple or complex shaped area.

The Datalogic Laser Sentinel aids in providing area safety by scanning up to 40 meters.  This enables the Datalogic Laser Sentinel to be programmed to your specific safety needs.

The Datalogic Laser Sentinel can be used in a combination of up to 4 scanners to cover all sides of a machine or a vehicle, with the possibility of programming, monitoring and dynamically changing the shape and position of safety and warning areas from a single point.  The synchronization of Teacher and Student scanners is done automatically because of the safe comminication established between them with an Ethernet cable which also supplies power to the student scanners.

Datalogic area scanner available from Scott Equipment CompanyWhy Use and Area Scanner?

Area Protection - Safety scanners prevent hazards from operating when an unintended object or person is in a dangerous area.  These safety devices can be unobtrusively mounted to avoid damage or potential impact, while protecting a simple or complex shaped area.

Access Prevention - Scanners allow for vertical mounting to detect any undesirable entrances into a hazardous area.  This is ideal in locations where it would be too difficult to effectively mount light curtains.

AGC/AGV - A Datalogic safety laser scanner can be mounted to an automated guide vehicle or transfer cart to eliminate the risk of collisions with objects or people in its path.  Datalogic Laser Sentinel scanners ensure proper operation without danger or unecessary stoppage.

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