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    Door sensor

    July 1, 2011

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    The LZR-i30 provides high-level presence detection for industrial doors and uses time-of-flight measurement technology to scan four planes in front of the door. The three-dimensional presence detector recognizes objects as small as 2 inches throughout the full door opening area. It installs easily in an overhead mounting position, and serves as an alternative to contact edges, light beams or light grids.

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