Safety Laser Scanner

Sick launches the nanoScan3 ultra-compact safety laser scanner designed for use with mobile platforms, autonomous carts, and cobots.

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With an overall height of just over 3 in., this space-saving sensor can be used wherever machines and vehicles require maximum performance, but have minimal mounting space. This enables manufacturers to use small AGVs or mobile robots equipped with Sick’s leading-edge safety technology.

Based on successful microScan3 technology, the 2D safety sensor, nanoScan3, uses patented safeHDDM® scan technology. This enables the nanoScan3 to hold up well even in harsh or challenging ambient conditions. It is impervious to interferences like dust, contamination, and ambient light.

Benefits include:

• Small housing, measuring only 3.15 in. in height

• Two pairs of OSSD safety outputs

• Design suitable for industrial use and easy to integrate with standard M12 connectivity

• Up to 128 freely configurable fields and monitoring cases

• Direct static and encoder inputs for flexible monitoring case switching

• Protective field range of three meters with a scanning angle of 275-degrees

• High-precision measurement data output for navigation support via Ethernet interface

• Maximum detection reliability even when subject to challenging ambient conditions

• Intuitive Safety Designer software enables flexibility in configuration and diagnostics

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