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New Wenglor sensor has got your measure

The Wenglor X1TA101MHV80 distance measurement sensor from Treotham Automation uses the transit-time measurement principle to measure the distance between the sensor and the object.

The sensors have scratch-resistant optics and the emitted light can be switched off.

Using a suitable reflector at the object, a highly accurate position measurement at
large distances is also possible.

Configurations are selected using an on-board menu and can be protected by a
password.

The transmitter and the receiver are integrated into a single housing. As the sensors
measure the distance between the sensor and the object and utilise the principle of
transit-time measurement, the object’s colour, shape and surface characteristics have
practically no influence on measurement results.

Even dark objects can be reliably recognised against bright backgrounds.

The sensors’ measuring range is determined by object remission and the size of the
reflector (if used).

Maximum range of the X1TA101 series is up to 100m on 4°— RQ100BA reflectors,
or up to 30m on a plain 200°— 200mm reflector sheet.

The sensors work on a supply power of 18 to 30 V DC and the configuration can be
easily set using the three on-board buttons and screen, including a password (PIN).

Treotham Automation Pty Ltd
Ph: 02 9907 1778
www.treotham.com.au