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Product Profile: SICK nanoScan3 Safety Scanner

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November 4, 2022

By Tom Atwood

What is it? The SICK nanoScan 3 is the smallest safety laser scanner from SICK. It is designed for the protection and localization of mobile platforms. Its safeHDDM scan technology delivers reliable, high-precision measurement data and is extremely resistant to light, dust or dirt. SICK’s Safety Designer configuration software and the smart integration options of the nanoScan3 offer a high level of flexibility for applications while also saving time. The nanoScan3 offers top performance and is available in a compact housing, thereby securing system productivity.

Key features:

  • 80 mm high
  • Protective field range: 3m, scanning angle: 275 degrees
  • Up to 128 freely configurable fields
  • High-precision measurement data via Ethernet interface
  • Safe machine integration via I/Os
  • High level of flexibility when adjusting vehicle speed and direction
  • Flexible connection to different control systems with standardized interfaces
  • Quick device exchange without rewiring or reconfiguration
  • Highly resistant to light, dust and dirt thanks to the safeHDDM scan technology

For more information on the system, visit the SICK website here.

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