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Safety light curtain range

12 November 2009

Leuze electronic have launched Multiple Light-beam safety Devices (MLD). A 3-beam transceiver system with various function classes for access guarding, along with integrated muting control. The MLD 300 (type 2 PLd) and MLD 500 (type 4 PLe) series Multiple Light Beam Safety Devices were specifically developed so that a device can be chosen from the range that closely matches the requirements of the given application and so saves cost.

Safety light curtain range
Safety light curtain range

The individual models of each series are equipped with various features and capabilities, or function classes. For example, start/restart interlock and contactor monitoring functions are available and various muting modes can be selected. External muting devices are not required, which simplifies installation, lowering costs during muting application set-up.
Higher MLD function classes feature an integrated muting indicator and 7-segment display to monitor sensor behaviour.
The series is ideal for perimeter guarding using deflecting mirror posts. Ranges up to 70 metres and operating temperatures down to -30 degrees C are possible.
Alignment is noticeably simplified in those devices within the range which feature integrated lasers at the top and bottom of the column. A reflective area on the cap of the receiver makes the laser spot highly visible, even over long distances, considerably reducing set-up times. Installation is also made easier by a new swivel mount which enables swift alignment with reliable mounting.


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