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Distance Measurement for Part Removal from Carriers in Car Body Construction with Long-Range Laser Distance Sensors with Light Switch-Off

In automotive shell construction, body parts such as doors, tailgates or fenders are stacked in load carriers. Robots load and unload these carriers. To enable the robot to grip precisely, a long-range laser distance sensor with wintec mounted on the gripper determines the distance to the top component. During robot movement, the non-hazardous laser light (laser class 1) on the sensor is turned off to prevent operator irritation. This cyclic switch-off is made possible by writeable process data via IO-Link, which eliminates the need for complex controller programming.

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Long-Range Laser Distance Sensors

Long-range laser distance sensors work according to the principle of transit time measurement, which means that they cover large working ranges, so that objects can be reliably detected even at great distances. The emitted light can be switched off for these sensors, which eliminates temperature drift.

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