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Comprehensive building automation with tailor-made sensor solutions

Competent planning and implementation – from a single source


Bridge up any security gaps before they appear

Protect your assets, monitor rooms and areas, manage information When it comes to protecting public buildings, industrial property or private houses, construction measures or protection using security guards often have their limitations. Making additional use of electric or electronic protective devices is therefore a sensible idea. Reliable people counting systems are just one example of a device that is essential in order to optimize business processes and comply with safety regulations. Counting of persons can be used for building management and automation or for marketing and logistics purposes.

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Contents SICK is your reliable contact person, right from the outset .............4 SICK – your global partner..................6 Welcome to SICK city...........................7 Suitable early warning systems....... 10 Monitoring of perimeters/fences/walls.................. 12 Monitoring of open spaces............... 14 Camera management and object tracking in open spaces .................. 16 Outer shell protection (facades)...... 18 Roof protection................................. 20 Ceiling monitoring and aperture protection.......................................... 22 Access control and door/gate monitoring......................................... 24 Protection of artworks and sculptures.......................................... 26 People counting and turnstiles . ..... 28 Special applications ........................ 30 Principles of operation..................... 32 Products............................................ 37


From planning to implementation: SICK is your reliable contact person, right from the outset The sooner you involve us in your planning, the more effectively our consultation will aid your planning and implementation. Our training can bridge any knowledge gaps too and our experienced team players will guide your project to success using certified, high-performance solutions. We can provide competent consultation for public authorities, industry and retail as well as private households e. g.: •• Architects •• Banks, financial and insurance consultants •• Authorities and executive buildings (e. g. police stations, juristical buildings etc.) •• Operators and end-consumers •• City marketing and urban development •• Decision-maker for construction authorities (public building authorities, civil engineering authorities, construction supervision •• Installation contractors and system integrators •• General contractor

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•• Wholesale and retail, shopping centers •• Defense electronics manufacturers (e. g. mechatronic service providers) •• Industrial companies •• Logistics companies and forwarding agents •• Museums and exhibition buildings •• Planning and engineering offices •• Shipping, airports and other transport institutions •• Safety specialists/specialists in building technology, security guards •• Sport stadiums and other places of public gatherings •• Energy supply companies (electricity, gas, water etc.)

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Planning, consultation and implementation

VdS and TÜV certification

We recommend the topic of external security systems is included in the construction planning phase. This will save you making cost-intensive retrospective improvements later on during the building stage. We can offer you assistance – with no obligations – from a tender procedure with no manufacturer bias, to project planning and an after-sales service based on our SICK product portfolio.

Our products are partly VdS and TÜV SÜD*) certified, guaranteeing a high level of reliability. For indoor applications, a certificate from “VdS Schadenverhütung GmbH” is a valid seal of quality. Class C is the highest possible certification class and is also recognized in Europe by other national certification bodies.

A construction project will only lead to commercial success on implementation providing all parties collaborate sensibly. In doing so each party represents its own specific interests, which are then intercoordinated in the interest of successful implementation of the project. We will accompany you, the end customer, together with operators, installers, system integrators or other security companies right up to successful completion of the project.

For demanding ambient conditions (e. g. temperature) VdS Environment Class 4 is also a key criterion for a reliable sensor system. This is highly valued for industrial, private and public buildings. Nuclear plants are particularly demanding when it comes to protection. However, selected SICK AG products also possess official TÜV SÜD*) suitability certification for its portfolio for these. Yet another independent certification body that has documented the performance capability of our premium product range. *)

TÜV SÜD = German Technical Inspection Authority South

Below are some examples of projects we have implemented around the world

Roof protection (outdoor protection)

Light dome protection (indoor protection)

Turnstiles (protection/management)

People counter (management)

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SICK – your global partner In building automation, the global perspective counts, which is why SICK is represented all over the world. As an independent partner, we will accompany you at all times and be quickly to hand. Regardless of where you are in the world – SICK is never far away, with more than 50 national and international subsidiaries as well as numerous representatives and interests. Profit from SICK’s worldwide presence. All the time and everywhere.

Subsidiaries

This section shows you how to design your building automation effectively and cost-efficiently using SICK sensor solutions.

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Suitable early warning systems for optimal building protection and building management

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Security, protection and monitoring are key requirements for buildings and facilities. We can offer you a wide range of effective options for managing and protecting your property, including vertical, horizontal or diagonal area monitoring. Virtually nothing is impossible.

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Perimeters/fences/walls

Open spaces

Facades

Generally speaking, a premises will being at its outermost edge with a perimeter, fence or wall. Protecting your property in this area is extremely beneficial.

Monitoring open spaces is common practice and not without reason. Just a small amount of equipment is required to cover a large horizontal area.

In case of facades, large vertical areas need to be monitored for the most part. Access to the building via a ladder needs to be prevented for example.

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Using the applications on pages 12–31 we will take you on a tour of an example premises, first outdoors and then indoors. Possible protection measures are listed but also ways in which you can automate building management and other processes.

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“The intruders got in via the roof.” It may sound like a police statement from a newspaper but in fact it's common practice during break-ins. We can help you protect against this

Entrance areas in particular provide lots of opportunities for protection and management. You might for instance want to prevent access or else monitor regulated entry.

In the worst case scenario, the intruders will already be inside the building. Theft is not the only widespread problem these days however. Vandalism is constantly on the rise.

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Perimeter monitoring Vertical or diagonal monitoring of fences. Electronic laser sensors will detect danger before the mechanical protection devices are even tampered with.

Description and benefits For building automation of a perimeter, fence or wall, we distinguish two application areas area monitoring and location indicator systems.

When this is done, the devices are set so that small animals, adverse weather conditions or mere passers-by do not trigger any false alarms.

With area monitoring, software in the sensor will manage all monitoring areas. The system signals if intruders are present by releasing the switching output and triggering an alarm whenever an area is violated. This may, for instance, also be triggered by objects or items regardless of whether they are mobile or not.

Another important feature is that the devices take privacy into account. Unlike other protective devices, SICK sensors only record contours for personal identification and not real images. This means that the system will be able to tell that somebody is present within the monitored area but not who it is.

The sensor uses the measuring data with which it has been provided to determine the location.

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Perimeter protection/double fence Unlike single fence, which uses vertical or diagonal area monitoring, with a double fence horizontal monitoring can also be used. The area between the fences then provides constant, predefined conditions. SICK laser scanners will monitor the area reliably and constantly and have a low rate of false alarms.

Tasks and benefits Laser scanners •• Makes undetected intrusion into an area extremely difficult •• Detects events at the perimeter of an area •• Fence protection, protection of approach areas •• Protection and/or monitoring of entrances •• Excavation protection (with horizontal/diagonal setup) •• Large monitoring areas •• Storage of all kinds of surrounding contours as references •• Not impaired by surrounding lighting •• Fixed-position obstacles can be blanked (e. g. wall constructions)

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Other •• Solar plants and wind farms •• Non-civilian institutions •• Scrap yards •• Chemical factories •• Refineries •• Water supply companies •• Bridges •• Embankment dams

Recommended products Laser scanners (see page 37) LMS13x (LMS111), LMS2xx/LMS5xx (outdoor), ­LD-MRS, LD-LRS

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Horizontal open space monitoring Permissible routes can be precluded from monitoring. At night, the system can switch to full monitoring.

Description and benefits SICK laser scanners are usually used horizontally for the monitoring of open spaces. If necessary, several reporting levels can be defined for each scanner (standard function). Approach roads and access paths can also be suppressed so that disruptions to pedestrians or road traffic are prevented. As a result, separate, differentiable alarm notifications are generated. Disruptions due to adverse environmental conditions are intercepted first by the scanner ensuring a low rate of false alarms.

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Using these separately output signals, the selected area can be monitored and available cameras controlled via a monitor. This has the benefit that monitor images are displayed according to the incident, considerably reducing the onus on security guards. Further benefits include the shape of areas being userdefinable and simple installation on buildings. For more information on “Camera management and the tracking of objects on open spaces�, see pages 16–17.

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Airport grounds plan Laser scanners are particularly suitable for mobile usage as they can be 'taught' the monitoring area precisely. This is particularly beneficial where conditions constantly change so that field geometries need to be adjusted like with parked aircraft and vehicles or containers that have been set down. Optical shadowing is minimized by means of two systems located opposite to one another.

Tasks and benefits Laser scanners •• Real-time monitoring up to 360° •• Precise demarcation possible •• Insensitive to interference from movements outside of the monitoring area •• Blanking of certain areas possible •• Simple adjustment to changes in monitoring conditions •• Shape of monitoring areas can be defined by user as required •• Coverage of large areas •• Separate alarm signals and camera control •• Can also be installed on buildings with adjacent monitoring areas

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Other •• Construction sites/construction machines •• Scrap metal and bulk material •• Container warehouses (ports, railways) •• Aircraft parking bays •• Track systems in rail areas •• Parking lots •• Other areas in which goods or containers are deposited

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Laser scanners (see page 37) •• LMS13x (LMS111), LMS2xx/LMS5xx (outdoor), LD-LRS

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Horizontal area monitoring and camera control Large open spaces cannot be monitored at all times with just a camera. A laser scanner is helpful in such cases.

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Intelligent video monitoring combined with a laser sensor system will bridge any security gaps. The system, which combines laser measurements with detection and application software, ensures the camera is not located in the wrong position when an incident of relevance occurs.

Laser scanners •• Intruders can be detected early using targeted, pinsharp object images •• Incident-controlled camera guidance and object tracking •• Automatic tracking of the moving object •• Detection of several objects/persons simultaneously •• Simplifies surveillance task for security guards •• Efficient recording including by moving cameras •• Simple integration into existing camera systems •• Retrofitting and networking of multiple sensors possible •• Privacy can be taken into account by using laser sensors only

The laser measurement system scans the environment over a radius up to 360° using invisible laser beams. As soon as a monitoring area is violated, the coordinates for the area violated are transmitted to a higher-level control and alarm management system. This processes the data and guides the camera immediately to the place where the incident occurred. Cameras are fitted with a tilting/ turning mechanism enabling them to be guided to any coordinates as required. The alarm contact is output at the same time, causing the corresponding image to be transferred to a surveillance monitor and passing it on to the recording system if necessary. 16

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Camera image The focus is exclusively on the intruders Tracking is in real-time

2D tracking The laser measurement system generates information on the position in the form of Cartesian or polar coordinates. This enables the position or movement of a body to be transmitted. Bank During a robbery, the attackers will generally only disguise themselves just before they enter the bank. By the time this happens, you can already have their images logged.

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Vertical facade monitoring Large building fronts are fully monitored with a laser scanner on their external facade. Alternatively, certain areas and shapes can also be set as above. A safety camera system is installed on the front of the building for protection and a light curtain might also be used.

Description and benefits

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Laser scanners are usually used vertically for the monitoring of facades. The size of the monitoring areas and the possibility of setting several scenarios (see example of night/day mode) means only a few systems will be required, making protection as effective as it is inexpensive. The building's floor outline or fence serves as the reference contour. This is constantly inspected by the system to see it remains intact (distance measurement). Deviations in this outline, e. g. due to movements of earth (excavation) in the monitoring area or manipulation of the laser scanner (dismantling) trigger an alarm. The scanners are highly resistant to environmental influences like rain and snow, making the rate of false alarms very low, something which has also been confirmed by TÜV Süd.

Laser scanners •• Large monitoring area •• As many surrounding contours as desired can be stored as references •• Prevents excavation •• No impairments from surrounding lighting •• Fixed-position obstacles can be blanked (e. g. wall constructions)

For smaller areas, light grids or other 2D scanning sensors can also be used.

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V200 Vision System •• Sender and receiver in a single device •• Spatial monitoring of tapered areas by fitting a reflector strip or monitoring of straight areas Light grid •• Easy integration into window frames •• Virtually invisible due to flat construction

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Photoelectric sensors or vision system on individual windows Smaller areas such as individual windows, garages or roller shutters can also be fitted with light grids or 2D area sensors on the inside at relatively little cost.

Day/night mode In night mode, unlike day mode, the whole of the facade is monitored. If a person leans a ladder against the wall in an attempt to surmount the facade for instance, an alarm will be triggered immediately.

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Horizontal roof protection (outdoor) Light domes, skylights and other roof openings are weak spots which require particular protection. This access protection prevents undetected entry or unauthorized exits. In addition, this outdoor protection measure increases reaction and intervention time.

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With flat roof protection, SICK laser scanners are generally installed directly on the building. This removes the need for expensive installations or attachments on the roof.

Laser scanners •• High level of protection against intrusion •• Seamless monitoring of light domes and bands of light •• Early indication of break-in attempts •• Monitoring of large areas using just a few sensors •• Simple, low cost retrofitting •• Low installation and wiring costs •• Prevention of destruction to property with associated low follow-up costs

The monitoring area for the system is set up approx. 30 cm above the ground so that any persons crawling under the alarm zone are detected and registered. The edge of the monitoring area can also be placed slightly above the edge of the roof so that any ladders, for instance, are detected at once. The arrangement of the monitored areas, the choice of object size to be detected and flexibly adjustable response times mean any movement of animals, birds or leaves through the monitored area will not trigger an alarm (filter function).

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View from above (without sky lights and antennae) Large roof areas can be monitored using just a few devices. Roof installations which may cast shadows are taken into account when planning the monitoring areas.

Optical cover With prisoners, open areas such as the prison yard need to be protected in an upward direction. In conjunction with a camera system, attempts to break both in and out can be detected and such incidents controlled.

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Indoor horizontal roof protection Indoor protection has the advantage that ambient conditions are stable for the most part Laser scanners are used for large areas and light grids or single-dimensional photoelectric sensors are used for individual openings.

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Different requirements apply for indoor protection in a building or property compared to outdoor.

Laser scanners •• Low-cost easy installation (sender/receiver in single housing) •• Offset areas possible •• Different field geometries (shapes) possible

Temperature differences such as occur in warehouses are decisive when selecting the right technology. Optical sensors can cope well with changing ambient conditions and small animals can be filtered during detection using a variety of filter functions. Often just one laser scanner will need to be installed to monitor several skylights simultaneously. For individual skylights or smaller openings, other sensors such as light grids or simple camera systems are available.

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V200 Vision System •• High level of flexibility with security design •• Variable protective field heights •• One variant for all openings (up to 1.5 x 1.5 m²) •• Low-cost acquisition, storage, commissioning and maintenance •• Automatic alignment and single-button operation Light grid •• Low-cost system for individual windows •• Virtually invisible integration into existing profile design

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Aperture protection Apertures in both ceilings and walls (here into a vault for instance) need to be taken into account in the safety concept. Use of sensors in outdoors can in some cases be very costly. The interior wall therefore needs to be protected similar to a facade using a laser scanner. This method is also useful for warehouse facilities with thin metal walls.

V200 Vision System Openings to shafts or long, low maintenance openings are no problem for the V200 Vision System thanks to its off-axis installation.

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Access control 1D and 2D codes can be read for access control and processed as complete bar code scanner components or integrated in an OEM module. SICK can in addition provide RFID solutions.

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Tasks and benefits

Areas such as gates and turnstiles can be monitored either using active-switching sensors or a sensor system, which recognizes a special code and then reliably provides access. To do this, either tried and tested bar code reading technology or newer technologies such as RFID with the ISO 14443 standard (special encryption) are available.

Laser scanners •• Easy installation (sender/receiver in single housing) •• Precise location can be detected even for several objects •• Correct setup can prevent shadowing for the most part

Active-switching 2D and 3D sensors and photoelectric sensors, light grids, laser scanners and camera systems (see below) provide a range of options for access detection. The sensor system can be set either so that it recognizes whether an unauthorized person is trying to enter or else how many persons enter a room in order to control parallel systems such as heating, air conditioning or ventilation.

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Code reader (bar code scanner) •• Robust technology •• Low follow-up costs for access tickets Light grid •• Low-cost system •• Short response times, fast and reliable detection to prevent reaching in or access Photoelectric sensors •• Easy mounting •• Robust, very low-cost 2010-07 Subject to change without notice


Door monitoring With smaller access areas, doors can be monitored using photoelectric sensors. ­Two photoelectric sensors are required - one to detect the movement itself and one to detect its direction. Information on how many persons are currently in a certain room or area may be important for various reasons.

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Gate monitoring Gate monitoring is generally required when monitoring larger areas. Particularly in sensitive areas such as airports, an optical gate can be used for monitoring with photoelectric sensors or laser scanners.

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Protection of artworks and sculptures

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Picture and sculpture protection Whether you want to protect the entire wall using an optical curtain or just individual pictures and sculptures, laser scanners will provide optimal and precise protection without impairing the enjoyment of other visitors. If a painting is touched without permission however, an alarm will be triggered.

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Description and benefits

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Paintings and sculptures need to be protected from deliberate or accidental vandalism and against theft. Unintentional contact in particular is a challenge for a sensor system as this must be reported without the artistic enjoyment of curators, art lovers or other guests being diminished. The more inconspicuous, precise and reliable protection is, the more this requirement can be met without detriment to the protection. Laser scanners are often used for protection of pictures/walls (vertical) or to protect ceilings/floors (horizontal). For objects such as sculptures , jewelry etc. in wall recesses, light grids have proven to be most appropriate. Fast detection of any interference prevents any “angling” of the object being monitored. Twodimensional protection is sufficient for paintings but with sculptures, a greater dimensional range needs to be covered. A distance-measuring vision system can also be used for this purpose.

Laser scanners •• Certified systems •• Simple, almost invisible installation •• Actuators (e.g. a signal system) can be connected directly at exits

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Vision sensors/vision systems •• All-round 3D protection •• Adjustment to various monitoring objects Light grid •• Extra rapid detection of interference in near range •• Detection of very small objects possible

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Protection Protection is only used where needed. This leaves visitors free to read important information on a picture from close up.

Cleaning Other activities such as cleaning must also be possible without having to deactivate the entire protection system.

Day/night Flexible day/night mode on a device enables the safety concept to be set up like a trap. By day for instance, only individual areas are protected but at night the entire wall including the access points can be monitored. If the area is violated, an alarm is triggered immediately in real-time.

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People counter in the entrance area of a department store Counting of persons is of value in shopping malls, football stadiums, leisure parks or at trade fairs for safety reasons and also for marketing and logistics purposes.

Description and benefits People counts and recording of visitor frequencies are already used in numerous public areas for security reasons (e. g. regulations on assembly places) as well as for business planning. Barrier-free counting due to a 3D vision-based (camera) or laser-assisted system promotes customer satisfaction and ensures that there is no interruption to the purchase. Anonymity is always guaranteed for counts as no real images are made, not even when the 3D camera system is used. The system can determine whether a person is an adult or a child based on the height profile however. The direction of motion can also be detected. And all this without blocking the person's path with mechanical barriers.

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Prices for hire of sales areas can be set according to the frequency of customers. Heating, air conditioning and ventilation can be controlled depending on the current number of visitors to save energy and consumption costs. Automated people segregation systems (e. g. people turnstiles) on the other hand increase security and reduce susceptibility to sabotage and manipulation. Besides classical turnstiles, person or vehicle turnstiles can also be monitored for objects left behind using light grids. Use of laser scanner technology or a distance-measuring vision system is possible here too.

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Turnstiles Turnstiles are often used in airports as segregation systems. In such cases, it is important to clearly identify the direction in which a person is moving. Light grids are mostly used vertically with horizontal, parallel running beams. Photoelectric sensors may also be used in this application (see Door/gate monitoring on page 24/25)

Tasks and benefits Laser scanners •• Detection and localization down to the centimeter •• OPC compatible for integration in IT environments People Counter Laser scanner basis •• Large monitoring area (up to 26 m) •• Insensitive to ambient light 3D-vision based (camera) •• OPC compatible for integration in IT environments •• Active system, no additional external lighting Light grid •• Low-cost reliable system •• Fast detection for monitoring of projectiles Photoelectric sensors •• Precise and robust •• Simple, cost-effective mounting 2010-07 Subject to change without notice

Application areas (see SICK City pages 7–9)

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Other •• Turnstiles •• Stands at trade fairs (management – measurement of visitor numbers and frequencies) •• Parking lot management Recommended products Laser scanners (see page 37) LMS12x, LD-PeCo (People Counter) Vision sensors (3D) (see page 40) •• TVS100 (People Counter), (TVS200) Light grids (see page 40) •• MLG, SLG (SGS/SAS) Photoelectric sensors (see page 41) •• W100, (V180-2)

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Tunnel openings Tunnels must be protected against unauthorized entry (e.g terrorism, vandalism) as the possible consequences are unforeseeable. Effective protection is provided here by laser scanners, which can reliably distinguish passing trains from other objects. It may also be important to detect objects located in front of a tunnel on the track bed or round about it and recognize accident hazards beforehand. For this, a scanner with four detection levels can be used.

Description and benefits

Tasks and benefits

Building automation is multilayer. SICK sensors can help in all cases to meet the requirements reliably and economically while improving processes, whether it's building security or building management. The possibilities are virtually unlimited, whether for protection of tunnel openings, early detection of objects like sheep on the track bed or even management of air conditioning in animal stalls.

Ultrasonic sensors •• Near-range monitoring •• Low installation height •• Detection not dependent on material, color or lighting •• High availability – even in difficult conditions like foreign particles in the air, fog, vapor or dirt

Is your pool round or angular? Laser scanners can map virtually all shapes precisely right down to the centimeter. This enables flexible use while installation costs remain low. Ultrasonic sensors can detect various heights with their spatial detection area, though the exact position is not important here but rather the monitoring of an area. Ultrasonic sensors are an excellent close-range technology, even in unkempt, dirty or cramped conditions.

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Laser scanners •• Up to four levels possible •• Precise adjustment of areas •• Distinction of objects according to size

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Protection against vandalism Moving objects such as public transport vehicles are good for advertising but are also popular with graffiti sprayers. For this reason, underground stations and other attractive targets are subject to all-round monitoring against sprayer attacks using a vertically-monitored area.

Pool protection Nuclear plants need to be protected against unauthorized access from outside. Cooling ponds with an outward pipeline, for instance , are fitted with a simple but reliable optical cover which prevents any unnoticed access. Open air pools, lakes, fish ponds etc. can also be protected in this way against unwelcome visitors.

Presence checking of cattle Optimal air conditioning improves performance because healthy cows produce more milk. Heat and/or high levels of air humidity impair the well-being of cattle in cowsheds. Ultrasonic sensors are used to record the lying behavior of cattle, which is in turn used as a measure of their well-being.

Application areas (see SICK City pages 7–9)

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Other •• Railway storage sidings •• Bus stations •• Fish farming •• Private swimming pools

Recommended products

TÜV SÜD

Ultrasonic sensors (see page 37) •• UM30-2 (2. Generation), (UM18) Laser scanners (see page 37) •• LMS13x, LMS2x/LMS5xx (outdoor), LD-MRS, LD-LRS

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Principles of operation

In building automation, a distinction is essentially made between active and passive acting systems. Passiveacting systems use the energy in the environment e.g. a surveillance camera (CCTV). Active sensors emit energy and measure the reaction of the environment. They have their own energy source within the system.

Ranging (measuring) is the capture of relative distance data between object and measuring unit in cartesian or polar coordinates.

The application determines whether the sensor systems used activates (detection) or measures (ranging). Detection (switching) is the ascertainment of an object in the monitoried area. This is then output to the sensor's output signal switching devices. The result is a statement on whether an object is located in the monitored area or not.

A c t iv e s e n s o r s o u r c e

Meas. method Classification

1D (point)

Principle

Activating

2D (area)

Measuring

Activating

Proximity sensor Technology

Coordinates are output as a machine-readable measuring value via a suitable interface such as OPC (OLE for Process Control). OPC DA (Data Access) is a standardized interface for the communication of process data communicated using building control equipment. The complexity of the sensors used also depends on the usage type. Here a distinction is made between one, two and three-dimensional measuring sensors.

3D (volume)

Measuring

Activating

Measuring

Light grid

Photoel. sensor

Laser scanner Vision sensor (MLI*))

Vision system

Ultrasonic sensor *)

MLI = Modulated Light Intensity

Ultrasonic sensors Ultrasonic frequencies are above the audibility range of human beings (from 20 kHz to gigahertz range). The sensor sends out an acoustic pulse, which is reflected by the object that needs to be detected. The time required for the pulse to reach the object and come back again is measured and evaluated. The distance is then calculated from the sound velocity and time. (Acoustic) time-of-flight measurement

Acoustic pulse from measuring object

Acoustic pulse to measuring object

Distance = sound velocity x acoustic time-of-flight/2 Ultrasonic sensors are suitable for use in complex environments. Virtually all materials reflects sound waves. Interference like dust, dirt or fog have no influence on measurements.

UM30

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Optical sensors Laser scanners

Laser transmitter

Start

Receiver

Stop

Measurement method for laser scanners

Range vs. reflectivity of object

Laser scanners function according to the principle of the pulse time-of-flight measurement. An invisible laser beam pulse is emitted in a fan shape with a high angular velocity as a measurement probe. If this hits an object (person, vehicle), it is reflected and this is registered in the laser scanner's receiver. The time taken for the pulse to be sent and received again (light time-of-flight) is directly proportional to the distance between scanner and object. The exact position of the object is calculated from the sequence of the pulses received. Violations of the monitoring areas are reported immediately via an output signal switching device.

The range of the laser scanner is essentially determined by the object surface. The higher the reflectance (reflectivity) of the object, the greater the measuring system's range. The oversized range provision ensures reliable detection, even of weakly-reflecting objects however. Special range data and minimum emissions need to be observed in case of fog.

Distance = light velocity x light time-of-flight/2

Mat e r ia l

R e f l e c t ivi t y

Photo box, black matt

10 %

Wood (untreated fir, contaminated)

40 %

PVC, gray

50 %

Aluminum, black anodized

110–150 %

Plaster, white

100 %

Reflectances for standard objects (Kodak standards)

LMS12x

LMS13x

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LMS5xx

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Principles of operation

Bar code scanner A bar code is a machine-readable sequence of characters. It occurs as a single-dimensional linear bar code, a twodimensional data matrix code or a stacked code.

Bar code scanners with laser technology (line or pattern scanners) scan the bar code needing to be identified for light and dark bars. The light reflected is received by the laser scanner, with black bars reflected more weakly than the white gaps. The signal received is digitalized and then decoded to simply create a ticket or access code.

Ideal for access monitoring e. g. parking lots, airports, ticket terminals, swimming baths/trade fairs/events, information terminals, drinks/snacks/recycling machines, lottery machines.

360°

Bar code identification using camera technology An image is made of an object and scanned using image processing algorithms for 1D or 2D codes which are subsequently decoded. The codes can be identified using a single device in orientations up to 360°, i.e. omnidirectionally. Image processing also makes identification of OCR-A- and OCR-B scripts possible.

ICR803

People counter Laser scanner (2D) Two-dimensional pulse time-of-flight measurement scanners scan areas actively. The scanner emits two invisible, fan-shaped parallel light pulses and measures the time until they are reflected back. Regardless of the size or geometry of a room or a passageway, the system can be adjusted to all room structures, e. g. to columns or electronic goods protection portals. As soon as person violates the

light curtains, the time-of-flight for the light pulses emitted will be changed. The person is counted even if several persons with different sizes pass through the system. At the same time, the system will recognize which of the two sensors was passed first so that the direction of movement of the persons can be derived.

LD-PeCo3100

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Vision sensors (3D) (People Counter) This is a distance-measuring camera system. The measuring principle follows the Modulated Light Intensity (MLI) procedure. This means that an active light source emits amplitude-modulated light in the immediate infrared area and follows the familiar “continuous wave” phase time-offlight procedure (an electromagnetic wave with constant amplitude and frequency).

A

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Phase movement between the sending and receiving signal is measured enabling the time difference to be calculated and hence the distance. A typical application area besides people counting is the protection of sculptures (with different device variants).

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TVS100

Vision systems (2D) A reflector-based vision system has an optical system with a wide aperture angle. The invisible LED light combined with the reflector guarantees robust monitoring without blind spots and is resistant to environmental influences. All components and the evaluation unit are integrated into a single, compact housing. The sensor is, for instance, mounted in a corner of the opening needing to be monitored and the reflector strip stuck down opposite. The monitored areas can be adjusted to the application like a bespoke suit. Single-button operation and automatic alignment gives a whole new meaning to the phrase “plug & work”.

48 cm

SR3 SR2 SR1

SR1 = 1.4 m SR2 = 1.7 m SR3 = 2.1 m

V200

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Principles of operation Light grid Typical tasks for light grids include detecting objects in two dimensions, measuring, checking or counting. With a light grid, a light emitting unit is arranged on one side of the monitored area and a light receiving unit on the opposite side. Infrared light is usually used rather than visible light. To enable the light grid to detect disruptions to the rays, the light beams of the light emitter have to reach their relevant light receiver. For this, the sender unit and receiver unit need to be spatially aligned to one another precisely. Passageways can be protected using one or more light grids in which even the smallest of objects can be detected. Light grids form a close-meshed network of individual infrared light beams so that when even one fin-

ger is placed in it, this is detected. By combining two light grids behind each other, directions of movements can even be detected. Possible applications include protection of automatic doors in buses, trains, elevators, turnstiles, monitoring of doors or gates.

SGS/SLG

ELG

Photoelectric sensors Photoelectric sensors are optical and electronic systems comprising a sensor (receiver) and a light source (sender) (single-dimensional). The light source may comprise conventional lamps, infrared light (e. g. pulsing) LEDs or laser light. There are two types of photoelectric sensors: through-beam photoelectric switches and reflex switches.

Through-beam photoelectric switches have senders and receivers in separate housings and interact directly. With photoelectric reflex switches and light sensors, the sensor and light source are accommodated in a single housing. With photoelectric reflex switches, the light beam that is emitted is sent back to the receiver by a reflector (prism reflector, reflex film). Photoelectric sensors register interruptions to the light source and convert the information. If a photoelectric sensor is violated, the sensor will generate a specified electrical output signal. An alarm will then be triggered. Photoelectric proximity switches emit a very sporadic infrared light beam and react to infrared light reflection by an object that has been detected. The maximum scanning distance depends very much on the degree of reflection, shape, color and surface of the material.

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W100

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Ultrasonic sensors

Laser scanners

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Features/type (technology) Short-form instructions

Typical building automation application area Operating temperature Operating distance (frequency)/ resolution Max. range at 10 % reflectivity (with typical. 30 x 30 cm object)/aperture angle Time delay before availability System availability after activation (warm start) Response time (switching sequence, frequency) Supply voltage/power consumption

UM30-2xxxxx (indoor IP 65)

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LMS12x (indoor IP 65)

LMS13x (outdoor IP 67)

–20 °C to +70 °C 800 to 6,000 mm (80 kHz)/1 mm

Laser scanner (2D) Laser scanner (2D) The distance between the laser measurement system and an object is calculated via the time-of-flight for the infrared pulse emitted. Rain and snow can be suppressed and fog corrected by intelligent evaluation with false alarms. Insensitivity to ambient light, application area for seamless monitoring, camera triggering and camera control possible. Monitoring of artworks, protection of in- Facade protection, protection of open door areas, protection of passageways, spaces, roof protection, monitoring of ceiling monitoring perimeters 0 °C to +45 °C/+50 °C –30 °C to +50 °C – –

Max. 18 m (15 m)/270°

Max. 18 m (15 m)/270°

2s –

– < 25 s

– < 25 s

240 ms (2/s)

Min. 20 ms (50 Hz)

Min. 20 ms (50 Hz)

DC 9 to 30 V/≤ 60 mA

DC 9 to 30 V/typ. 20 W)

Ultrasonic (3D) UM30 ultrasonic sensors are used as contactless-operation approach sensors. The UM30s are small and therefore can usually be easily mounted in cramped conditions. Presence checking, approach monitoring

DC 9 to 30 V; Sensor: 9 to 30 V/typ. 55 W; Heating: 24 V/typ. 40 W Interfaces 2 x PNP, 2 x NPN invertible, analog out- 2 + 1 VdS-conform alarm outputs, 2 + 1 VdS-conform alarm outputs, put 4 to 20 mA (0 to 10 V) (shape C relay)/3 inputs, RS-232, (shape C relay)/3 inputs, RS-232, Ethernet, CAN Ethernet, CAN Approx. dimensions (H x W x D)/Weight H =138 mm, Ø 65 mm/360 g 152 x 102 x 105 mm/1.1 kg 162 x 102 x 105 mm/1.1 kg Special features Plug connector M12, 5-pin VdS class B+C as per VdS 2117 VdS class B+C as per VdS 2117 (VdS 2485) environmental class 2, (VdS 2485) environmental class IVa *), laser class 1, alarm notification on laser class 1, alarm notification on manipulation or sabotage, self-testing, manipulation or sabotage, self-testing, individually adjustable alarm zones and individually adjustable alarm zones and logical connection (max. 10) logical connection (max. 10) *) Certification (relevant for building – G110045; LMC 12x; VdS class C in preparation automation) (expected August 2010) Designation (color) UM30-15111/15112/15113/ As security As security 15114/15115 LMS121-10000 (RAL7032) LMS131-10100 (RAL7032) LMS122-10000 (RAL9005) LMS132-10100 (RAL9005) LMS123-10000 (RAL9003) LMS133-10100 (RAL9003) As VdS (certified) As VdS (certified) LMC121-11000 (RAL7032) LMC131-11101*) (RAL7032) LMC122-11000 (RAL9005) LMC132-11101*) (RAL9005) LMC123-11000 (RAL9003) LMC133-11101*) (RAL9003) LMC124-11000 (uncoated aluminum) Other types (different features) UM30 family LMS100, LMS151 LMS111 Accessories – CAN modules for expanding outputs CAN modules for expanding outputs Further specialist literature PI, OI PI, OI, OH, project planning assistance PI, BA, OH, project planning assistance Note: The technical data stated in this document is intended as guidance and is therefore non-binding. This has been simplified to some extent and is intended to provide an initial overview. For precise current data, see the Product Information (PI), Operating Instructions (OI), Technical Description (TD) and Online Help (OH) for the relevant product. Individual device features depend on the device type. Not all features can be combined in one device. Colors: RAL5012 = blue; RAL7032 = gray; RAL9003 = white; RAL9005 = black. Laser classes: Laser class 1 – Class 1 laser sensors are not dangerous for human eyes due to their low energy levels. No special protective measures are required for the sensor. They present no risk to the eyes. Laser class 2 – These laser sensors are not hazardous to the skin (nor for the eyes under normal conditions). Damage to eyes due to random rays can be prevented by the eyelid closing as a reflex. For this reason, staring at the laser beam and aiming it at persons should be avoided. Never look into the beam. Class 2 laser sensors are marked with warning notices indicating the class and any precautionary measures to be heeded.

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Laser scanner

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Features/type (technology) Short-form instructions Typical building automation application area Operating temperature Max. range at 10 % reflectivity (with typical. 30 x 30 cm object)/aperture angle Range (read distance) System availability after activation (warm start) Response time (switching sequence, frequency) Object speed Supply voltage/power consumption Interfaces

Other types (different features) Accessories Further specialist literature

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LMS2xx (outdoor IP 67)

LMS5xx (outdoor IP 67)

LD-MRS (outdoor IP 69k)

< 40 s

< 30 s

< 25 s

Min. 13 ms (75 Hz)

10 ms (100 Hz)

Min. 20 ms (50 Hz)

– DC 11.8 to 30 V/max. 60 W; Sensor: 20 W/0.8 A; Heating: 140 W/6 A 1 input/3 outputs (of which 2 relay outputs), RS-422

– DC 24 V ± 20 %/max. 70 W; Sensor: 20 W; Heating: 50 W 6 outputs, Ethernet, RS-232, RS-422, USB, CAN

– DC 9 to 27 V/max. 10 W

180 x 150 x 160 mm/3.7 kg Successor LMS2xx (available end of 2010); laser class 1, multiple pulse evaluation (interference suppression), application module, sabotage monitoring (rotation protection), covering/ masking protection – As security On request As TÜV On request

88 x 164.5 x 93.2 mm/1 kg Laser class 1, 4 detection levels, interference suppression, insensitive to ambient light, multi pulse evaluation

LMS511-20100 (RAL7032) Others available on request Various PI, OI, OH, project planning assistance

Laser scanner (2D) Laser scanner (2D) Laser scanner (2D) The distance between the laser measurement system and an object is calculated via the time-of-flight for the infrared pulse emitted. Rain and snow can be suppressed and fog corrected by intelligent evaluation of false alarms. Insensitivity to ambient light, application area for seamless monitoring, camera triggering and camera control possible. Facade monitoring, protection of open Facade monitoring, protection of open Protection of open spaces, protection spaces, roof protection, monitoring of spaces, roof protection, monitoring of of perimeters perimeters perimeters –30 °C to +50 °C –30 °C to +50 °C –40 °C to +70 °C Max. 30 m (22 m)/100° or 180° Max. 65 m (40 m)/190° (50 m)/85° (4 levels) or 100° (2 levels)

Approx. dimensions (H x W x D)/Weight 265 x 351 x 240.5 mm/9 kg Special features TÜV certificate (nuclear plants), laser class 1, object blanking 30 cm up to max. 17 m; MTBF at TU = 25 °C; outdoor devices 50,000 h (indoor devices 70,000 h Certification (for building automation) Designation (color)

S

TÜV: IS-ETM1-MUC/vi, VS-No. 240/05 As security LMS211-S20/LMS221-S20 As TÜV LMS211-S07/LMS211-30206/ LMS221-S07/LMS221-30206 (all RAL7032) LMS291-S15, LMS211-S19, LMS221-S19 Various PI, OI, OH, project planning assistance

Outputs, Ethernet, CAN

– LD-MRS 400001/400102 (all RAL7032)

CAN modules for expanding outputs PI, OI, OH, project planning assistance

Note: The technical data stated in this document is intended as guidance and is therefore non-binding. This has been simplified to some extent and is intended to provide an initial overview. For precise current data, see the Product Information (PI), Operating Instructions (OI), Technical Description (TD) and Online Help (OH) for the relevant product. Individual device features depend on the device type. Not all features can be combined in one device. Colors: RAL5012 = blue; RAL7032 = gray; RAL9003 = white; RAL9005 = black. Laser classes: Laser class 1 – Class 1 laser sensors are not dangerous for human eyes due to their low energy levels. No special protective measures are required for the sensor. They present no risk to the eyes. Laser class 2 – These laser sensors are not hazardous to the skin (nor for the eyes under normal conditions). Damage to eyes due to random rays can be prevented by the eyelid closing as a reflex. For this reason, staring at the laser beam and aiming it at persons should be avoided. Never look into the beam. Class 2 laser sensors are marked with warning notices indicating the class and any precautionary measures to be heeded.

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Bar code scanner

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LD-LRS1000 (indoor IP 65)

S

LD-LRSx1x0 (outdoor IP 67)

M

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LD-PeCo3100 (outdoor IP 67)

ICR803 (indoor)

Laser scanner (2D) Laser scanner (2D) Laser scanner (2D) The distance between the laser measurement system and an object is calculated via the time-of-flight for the infrared pulse emitted. Rain and snow can be suppressed and fog corrected by intelligent evaluation with false alarms. Insensitivity to ambient light, application area for seamless monitoring, camera trigger and camera control possible. Monitoring of artworks, area guarding, Facade monitoring, protection of open People counting protection of passageways, ceiling spaces, roof protection, monitoring of monitoring perimeters 0 °C to +50 °C –25 °C to +50 °C –25 °C to +50 °C Max. 80 m (65 m)/360° Max. 80 m (65 m)/300° Installation height: 3 m to 15 m (countMax. 150 m (110 m)/300° ing width 1 to 26 m)/2 x 90°

Bar code reading device (2D) LED lighting, latest imaging technology. Miniature scanner for omni-directional reading of 1D-/2D codes. Bar code (1D, 2D) – access control

up to 250 mm (with 2D cell size 0.38 mm)

< 40 s

< 40 s

< 40 s

Min. 100 ms (10 Hz)

Min. 100 ms (10 Hz)

Max. speed of person: 2.4 m/s

< 20 sec

– DC 24 V/max. 36 W, 1.5 A

– DC 24 V/max. 36 W, 1.5 A with heating: DC 24 V, max. 6 A 4 semiconductor outputs or 1 semiconductor output + 2 relay outputs, RS-232, RS-422, Ethernet, CAN 391 x 350 x 288 mm/9.1 kg Laser class 1, high range, interference suppression, insensitive to ambient light

– DC 24 V/max. 36 W, max. 6 A

Max. 0.1 m/s DC 5 V

RS -422

USB keyboard wedge, serial USB, RS232 TTL

265 x 351 x 303 mm/8.5 kg Laser class 1, monitoring range up to 26 m, installation height up to 15 m, resistant to temperature and light conditions

49 x 40 x 25 mm/37 g Detection of various code types (see below)

– LD-LRS1000 (RAL5012)

– As security LD-LRS4100/5100/2110/3110/ 3100 (all RAL7032)

– LD-PeCo3100 (RAL7032)

– ICR803-B0201/B0271

LD-LRS2100 (RAL7032)

LD-PeCo5.5/LD-PeCo15

Various PI, OI, OH

Various PI, OI, OH, project planning assistance

Various PI, OI, OH, project planning assistance

ICR803-A0201/A0271 CLV503, CLV505 CDB405-001 PI, OI

4 semiconductor outputs, RS-232, RS-422, Ethernet, CAN 277 x 121 x 119 mm/4.1 kg Laser class 1, 360° monitoring, interference suppression, insensitive to ambient light

0 °C to 50 °C –

Note: The technical data stated in this document is intended as guidance and is therefore non-binding. This has been simplified to some extent and is intended to provide an initial overview. For precise current data, see the Product Information (PI), Operating Instructions (OI), Technical Description (TD) and Online Help (OH) for the relevant product. Individual device features depend on the device type. Not all features can be combined in one device. Colors: RAL5012 = blue; RAL7032 = gray; RAL9003 = white; RAL9005 = black. Laser classes: Laser class 1 – Class 1 laser sensors are not dangerous for human eyes due to their low energy levels. No special protective measures are required for the sensor. They present no risk to the eyes. Laser class 2 – These laser sensors are not hazardous to the skin (nor for the eyes under normal conditions). Damage to eyes due to random rays can be prevented by the eyelid closing as a reflex. For this reason, staring at the laser beam and aiming it at persons should be avoided. Never look into the beam. Class 2 laser sensors are marked with warning notices indicating the class and any precautionary measures to be heeded. Code types: Codabar, Code 39, Code 32 PARAF, Code 93, Code 2 of 5, Code 11, Code 128, Telepen, UPC/EAN, RSS14, RSS-Limited&Expanded, Codablock, Posicode, Interleaved 2 of 5, Postal Codes, PDF417, Aztec, Data Matrix, Maxicode, QR-Code, OCR-A, OCR-B, Digital imaging (BMP, JPEG, TIFF)

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Vision sensors

Vision systems

Light grids

Products S

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T VS100 (indoor IP 40)

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V200Wor k S tation S G S / S L G - fam i l y E x t e n d e d ( i n d o o r I P 5 4 ) ( IN d o o r I P 6 5 )

Features/type (technology) Short-form instructions

Camera-MLI (3D) The time-of-flight vision sensor is based on a camera system, an internal light source and image processing with evaluation and is used for people counting.

Typical building automation application area

People counting

Operating temperature Max. range at 10 % reflectivity (with typical. 30 x 30 cm object)/aperture angle

0 °C to +50 °C Installation height: 2.3 m to 5.5 m (counting width up to 6.5 m)

Range/monitoring height/number of beams

Max. range with 6 % reflectivity

0 °C to +50 °C Dependent on resolution set in each case: Max. protective field range: 2.12 m Min. protective field size: 40 x 40 cm2 Min. protective field size: 150 x 150 cm2 Angle of vision 103° ± 3° – 0 to 3 m or 0 to 7 m/1080 mm or 1400 mm/28 or 36 pieces (each with 40 mm beaming separation) – –

System availability after activation (warm start, initialization time) Response time (switching sequence, frequency)

< 40 s

1s

Max. speed of person: 2.4 m/s

20 ms

Supply voltage/power consumption

DC 24 V/typ. 65 W, 2.7 A; 5 A briefly on activation 2 outputs, RS-232, Ethernet

DC 24 V/165 mA b. 24 V with no output, 690 mA with max. output M12 x 8, inputs (EDM). Outputs (OSSDs), 2 PNP semiconductors, protected against short-circuiting, cross-circuiting monitoring 90 x 50 x 90 mm/0.355 kg

Response time 20 ms, crossover beam 60 ms; response time coded version parallel beam 40 ms, crossover beam 120 ms DC 24 V ± 20 %

Interfaces

Approx. dimensions (H x W x D)/Weight 150 x 180 x 111 mm/2.3 kg

Camera (2D) The V200 Work Station Extended is a sensor for typical right-angled maintenance openings – with just one extra component, protected and mounted conveniently in one corner of the security area. Area protection, protection of open areas, maintenance openings (e. g. shafts)

Special features

Detection of movement direction, not dependent on temperature conditions, TVS100 with infrared light corresponds to risk group 1

Extra simple integration, intuitive single-button operation, flexible protection area geometries, automatic alignment, Restart/Reset, TM (usage duration): 20 a

Certification (relevant for building automation) Designation (color)

TVS100-10000 (aluminum)

V20W-0101000 (aluminum die-cast)

Other types (different features) Accessories

TVS200 Various

Further specialist literature

PI, OI, OH, project planning assistance

V30W-0101000 Resolution sets: 20 mm/2051336, 24 mm/2051338, 30 mm/2051339 Various reflector strips OI, Datasheet

Light grid (2D) Single-beam light grid. Smart-GateSensor (SGS) with modular construction, various sizes, slim and flat variants. Used in doors on trains and underground trains, elevators, for monitoring entrance and exit or monitoring of doors and gates. –25 °C to +55 °C –

Switch output PNP (NPN on request), Connection: Cable with connector, M8, 3 and 4 pin 1152.4 x 25 x 8.2 mm/140 g or 1472.4 x 25 x 8.2 mm/180 g Highly insensitive to ambient light 150,000 lx (sunlight), Click&go mounting concept, multiconnector for simple interconnection of multiple light grids, simple teach-in setup, muting function, optical synchronization – SGS4-S108P3PS1W00/ F108P3PS1W00/S108P7PS1W00/ F108P7PS1W00/S140P3PS1W00/ F140P3PS1W00/S140P7PS1W00/ F140P7PS1W004 (all RAL9003) SGS8-S04F7PS1WA4/S04F7PC1WA4 Mounting bracket PI, OI, Datasheet (TB)

Note: The technical data stated in this document is intended as guidance and is therefore non-binding. This has been simplified to some extent and is intended to provide an initial overview. For precise current data, see the Product Information (PI), Operating Instructions (OI), Technical Description (TD) and Online Help (OH) for the relevant product. Individual device features depend on the device type. Not all features can be combined in one device. Colors: RAL5012 = blue; RAL7032 = gray; RAL9003 = white; RAL9005 = black. Laser classes: Laser class 1 – Class 1 laser sensors are not dangerous for human eyes due to their low energy levels. No special protective measures are required for the sensor. They present no risk to the eyes. Laser class 2 – These laser sensors are not hazardous to the skin (nor for the eyes under normal conditions). Damage to eyes due to random rays can be prevented by the eyelid closing as a reflex. For this reason, staring at the laser beam and aiming it at persons should be avoided. Never look into the beam. Class 2 laser sensors are marked with warning notices indicating the class and any precautionary measures to be heeded.

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Photoelectric sensors

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M

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ELG ( IN d o o r I P 6 5 )

W S / W E 9 L ( L ase r ) ( IN d o o r I P 6 7 )

W T24-2 ( INDOOR )

W100 ( INDOOR )

Monitoring of driveways, slip roads and thoroughfares, detection of persons, vehicles or vehicle parts in automatic door systems –25 °C to +55 °C –

Door/gate control, system monitoring, elevator doors

Door/gate control, system monitoring

Person turnstiles, access systems for underground and urban railways

–10 °C to +50 °C –

–40 °C to +60 °C –

–25 °C to +55 °C –

0 to12 m/450 mm to 2460 mm/ 16 to 64 units (each with 30 mm beam separation) –

Max. 300 ms

0 to 50 m (light spot diameter < 1 mm in 500 mm distance) –

30 to 1300 mm (adjustable scanning distance) < 10 s

0 to 30 m (max.)/approx. 800 mm in 20 m distance –

Max. 500 ms; 1/s

0.6 ms/1,000 Hz (switching frequency) ≤ 500 µs/1,000/s

≤ 0.5 ms/1,000 Hz (switching frequency)

DC 15 to 3 V

DC 10 to 30 V/< 35 mA

DC 10 to 30 V

Output: Relay 1 x U, converter, M12

NPN, PNP (both antivalent)

DC 10 to 30 V ≤ 50 mA (≤ 70 mA front screen heating) PNP or NPN, M12 connector

498.5 x 34 x 29 mm to 2508.5 x 34 x 29 mm/approx. 950 g to 4,150 g Highly insensitive to ambient light 150,000 lx (sunlight), highly insensitive to sunlight, optical synchronization, relay output 1 x u, beam separation 30 mm/60 mm

40 x 22 x 12 mm/20 g

87.5 x 65 x 27 mm/330 g

31 x 20 x 11 mm

Red light laser class 2, teach-in, switch- Robust metal housing, infrared light, ing frequency 1,000/s, compact hous- background suppression, M16 screws ing made from ABS or device plugs rotatable by 90°, front screen heating, time stages, contamination messages

Through-beam photoelectric switch: RW = 15 m; Energy-based photoelectric proximity switch with background suppression (HGU): TW = up to 140 mm

ELG3-0450R221/0930R121/ 0930R221/0930R521/0930R523/ 1890R121 (all anodized aluminum)

WS/WE9L-N330/N430/P330/P430

WT24-2B210/B220/B313/B410/ B420/V220/2V510

WS/WE100-N1409/N3409/N4409/ P1409/P3409/P4409

ELG (PNP, NPN), MLG family Various

WS/WE45, WS/WE280 and others Various

WL, WL280, WL11 UC and others Various

W4, W15, W100L, V180-2 and others Slotted diaphragms, photoelectric reflex switch with polarizing filter

OI, Datasheet (TD)

OI, Datasheet (TD)

OI, Datasheet (TD)

OI, Datasheet (TD)

Light grid (2D) Through-beam light grid with parallel beams as relay variant

Photoelectric sensors (1D) Through-beam laser photoelectric sensor High-energy laser light facilitates alignment and enables high ranges.

Photoelectric sensors (1D) Photoelectric proximity switch. Infrared light with background suppression

Photoelectric sensors (1D) Through-beam photoelectric switch with 645 nm red light LED sender

NPN, PNP (both open collectors: Q), M8 plug connection

Note: The technical data stated in this document is intended as guidance and is therefore non-binding. This has been simplified to some extent and is intended to provide an initial overview. For precise current data, see the Product Information (PI), Operating Instructions (OI), Technical Description (TD) and Online Help (OH) for the relevant product. Individual device features depend on the device type. Not all features can be combined in one device. Colors: RAL5012 = blue; RAL7032 = gray; RAL9003 = white; RAL9005 = black. Laser classes: Laser class 1 – Class 1 laser sensors are not dangerous for human eyes due to their low energy levels. No special protective measures are required for the sensor. They present no risk to the eyes. Laser class 2 – These laser sensors are not hazardous to the skin (nor for the eyes under normal conditions). Damage to eyes due to random rays can be prevented by the eyelid closing as a reflex. For this reason, staring at the laser beam and aiming it at persons should be avoided. Never look into the beam. Class 2 laser sensors are marked with warning notices indicating the class and any precautionary measures to be heeded. 2010-07 Subject to change without notice

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