- Integrated constant current driving electronics
- Daisy-chain option
Easily connect up to 6 lights together.
- Wide selection
295x25 mm active area
Available in red, white, green blue and Infrared
- 5-pin M12 connector
- Compact lightweight design with reduced thickness (33 mm)
The LTBRZ3 series consists of high intensity LED bar lights with integrated constant current driving electronics that can be used in a wide variety of general purpose machine vision applications both as front lights or as backlights including front inspection such as parts identification, checking for presence/absence, visual inspection of large workpieces, robot picking.
Each light features 12 high intensity LEDs and provides rectangular illumination on the workpiece. The installation angle can be set freely. Up to six units of these bar lights can be easily connected together via daisy-chain. These lights feature 5-pin M12 connectors, ideal for industrial automation environments.
LTBRZ slick and lightweight design is conceived for easy installation into any machine vision system. These bar lights feature 24V supply voltage and can be easily dimmed through a 0-10V analogue signal or a built-in manual potentiometer. They operate in continuous or overdrive/strobe mode: NPN or PNP strobe triggers can be used to control the on/off input of the light. Both continuous and strobe models integrate protection against over-heating. Strobe models integrate an additional protection that limits the maximum duty-cycle in a safe operating range.
LTBRZ lights are available with different lenses featuring circular/elliptical emission angles or with a special diffusing sheet for backlight applications. Optional polarizing sheets are available (Horizontal or Vertical).
- Measured at 200 mm for models with lenses. Measured at emitting surface for backlight models.
- Tolerance ± 5%.
- Not included. Must be ordered separately.
x Defines the operation mode of the barlight
C means continuous mode only
P means pulsed mode only
y Defines the colour
R is Red, 630 nm
G is Green, 530 nm
B is Blue, 470 nm
W is white, 6500K colour temperature
IR is Infrared, 850nm
w defines the beam angle:
10 means that each LED emits a circular beam with an aperture of ~10°
20 means that each LED emits a circular beam with an aperture of ~20°
30 means that each LED emits a circular beam with an aperture of ~30°
50 means that each LED emits a circular beam with an aperture of ~50°
EL means that each LED emits an elliptical beam with an horizontal aperture of ~35° and a vertical aperture of ~15°
BL means that LEDs emit a uniform pattern suitable for backlight applications
p defines the presence of a polarizing film
PH means that the polarizing axis of the film is parallel to the width of the illuminator
PV means that the polarizing axis of the film is parallel to the height of the illuminator
Leave this field empty if the polarizer is not required
e defines the presence of a daisy chain connector
Leave this field empty if the daisy-chain is not required
For additional options, such as wavelenghts, optical, electronical or mechanical customization, contact us.
Lens options (emission angles)
|~10° circular emission angle lenses that project a narrow beam of light. Ideal for long working distances and in applications that require pseudo collimated light
|~20° circular emission angle lenses that project a medium beam of light.
|~30° circular emission angle lenses that project a wide beam of light.
|~50° circular emission angle lenses that project and extra-wide beam of light. Ideal to cover large illumination areas in short distance applications.
|~35°/15° elliptical emission angle lenses that project a beam that is wide along the X axis and narrow along the Y axis. Ideal for applications that require an asymmetrical beam.
|a uniform and diffused light pattern is emitted at the active area. Ideal for backlight applications.
Illuminated areas at different working distances (WD)
|Illuminated area 1
|LENS TYPE = 10°
|LENS TYPE = 20°
|LENS TYPE = 30°
|LENS TYPE = 50°
|LENS TYPE = EL
- Approximate data: refer to the product manual to select the appropriate lens. The illuminated areas (Width x Height) represent the rectangles which inscribe the regions with light distribution from 50% to 100%.