microScan3 Pro SAFETY LASER SCANNERS

Fields of applications
  • Safety and navigation for automated guided vehicles
  • Safety and navigation for mobile robots
  • Safety and navigation for conveyor systems
  • Intelligent protection of human-robot collaborations
  • Protection even under rough ambient conditions
At a glance
  • Innovative safeHDDM® scanning technology
  • Protective field range: 5.5 m, scanning angle: 275°
  • Up to 128 freely configurable fields
  • Up to 8 simultaneous protective fields
  • Ethernet-based output for high-precision measurement data
  • Safe machine integration with EtherNet/IP™ CIP Safety™ or PROFINET PROFIsafe
Your Benefits
  • safeHDDM®: innovative scanning technology for an outstanding ratio between wide sensing range and compact design for simple integration in your machine
  • Rugged design: developed for harsh industrial day-to-day work, the microScan3 is resilient and reliable, and increases productivity
  • Smart connectivity: low cabling costs due to standardized interfaces, fast device change due to configuration memory, and safe machine integration via networks possible
  • Intuitive operation: easy commissioning with the Safety Designer software and diagnostic options via the display, pushbuttons, or network
THE NEW GENERATION OF SAFETY LASER SCANNERS FOR MOBILE APPLICATIONS
With the microScan3 Pro, SICK is expanding the product family of the microScan3 safety laser scanners – perfectly suited for safety and navigation in mobile applications as well as the intelligent protection of complex stationary applications. The innovative safeHDDM® scanning technology increases the reliability of the microScan3. It is outstanding in dust and ambient light. It increases the productivity and availability of machines. Smart connectivity facilitates safe integration into networks and cuts cabling costs. Using Safety Designer software, the microScan3 can be intuitively configured and commissioned. The operational status can be called up and read on the display or via the network. What can first impress, and repeatedly generate enthusiasm? The microScan3 from SICK.