The Keyence GV Series Digital CMOS Laser Sensor from Keyence (Woodcliff Lake, NJ) uses a DATUM Algorithm to stably detect targets. The GV is an optical triangulation sensor, and it excels in detecting shiny objects with multiple reflections, as well as light absorbing materials such as black rubber. Designed for automatic, in-line sensing applications, the GV detects target presence or absence based on surface characteristics or target height and provides a GO/NG output. Up to four sets of sensors and amplifiers can be used for each application, and the GV Series includes four IP67 rated sensor head models with detection ranges of 45mm, 130mm, 450mm, and 1000mm.
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