Laser Camera Sensors

ProLAD

The intelligent digital laser and camera metal level sensor from Precimeter is a high performance laser triangulation device developed specifically for its purpose. It will measure on any molten metal surface with a surface temperature below 1000˚C.

For launder, furnace and mould
Specially designed to fit and accurately measure in different conditions
Stable performance
Built to resist metal reflectivity, harsh and smokey environments
Accurate measurement
Laser triangulation technology with precision and high resolution
Maintenance free
No calibration needed for each specific installation

The Laser Camera Sensor model ProLAD from Precimeter combines high performance laser triangulation with the necessary control functions to maintain an accurate molten metal level measurement. The digital camera technology in the Precimeter sensors results in very high performance and resolution. The advanced technology enables stable readings even when the molten metal material reflectivity changes dramatically and/or in harsh conditions with heavy steam and smoke environment.

The built in PI controller eliminates the need for an external industrial controller. The ProLAD sensor is especially designed for launder, furnace and mould level measurement.

Advantages with ProLAD

Technical Specifications

Power Requirement
Level Output
Digital Input
Digital Output
Resolution
Ethernet Protocol
Interface
Sampling Rate
Laser Power
Cooling
24 VDC < 1 A
4–20 mA
Light source on/off
Sensor status
±1 mm
Optional (Profinet, Ethernet IP or Modbus TCP)
Precimeter tool (PC software)
50 Hz
< 1 mW (Laser class 2) / < 5 mW (Laser class 3R)
Compressed air (3/8” connection)

sensor models

Sensor Model
ProLAD CD900R750
Clearance Distance
900 mm (35.4”)
Measurement Distance
750 mm (29.5”)

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