The OLM distance measurement positioning sensor from SICK (Minneapolis, MN) is designed for high-speed positioning of overhead cranes, rail cars, elevators, and other vehicles. The vehicle can be positioned around curves and inclines. The sensor uses a linear bar code tape for positioning, enabling users to position vehicles with 0.1-mm resolution at a distance up to 10 km, providing more than 6 miles of unique positions at increased speed. It features four LEDs and a CMOS camera, and provides easy installation with an integrated skew and tilt angle.
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