When two fork­lifts face off in a nar­row aisle

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www.demm.co.nz/ reader-en­quiry #150912. SICK safety laser scan­ners com­bine know-how and ex­pe­ri­ence with max­i­mum per­for­mance. With the orig­i­nal PLS from SICK, safety laser scan­ners for sta­tion­ary and mo­bile ma­chine pro­tec­tion have en­joyed unimag­in­able suc­cess for over 20 years. With the new safety laser scan­ner S3000 Anti Col­li­sion, SICK makes use of its own scan­ning range record of seven me­tres for a field where safety is key but it doesn’t stop there – it is ac­tu­ally ca­pa­ble of cov­er­ing a much greater scan­ning range of up to 15 me­tres.

S3000 Anti Col­li­sion: Op­er­ate more than one ve­hi­cle in a nar­row aisle for the very first time

A pro­tec­tive field is used to safely de­tect on­com­ing fork­lifts in nar­rowaisle ap­pli­ca­tions and re­duce their speed be­fore a col­li­sion oc­curs. The S3000 Anti Col­li­sion can be re­lied upon to de­tect a ref­er­ence tar­get on the on­com­ing ve­hi­cle at a dis­tance of up to 15 me­tres away. This means that – for the very first time – it is pos­si­ble to op­er­ate two fork­lifts at high speed in a sin­gle aisle, of­fer­ing max­i­mum re­sults with a high level of sys­tem through­put. Dy­namic field switch­ing is a fur­ther func­tion that fa­cil­i­tates a high de­gree of through­put. At the same time, the S3000 Anti Col­li­sion mon­i­tors a pro­tec­tive field of up seven me­tres to de­tect hu­man pres­ence.

www.demm.co.nz/reader-en­quiry #150912b.

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