Material Handling

Material Handling Systems

Title: ASRS Shuttle Positioning Solution

Description: Dimetix D-Series laser distance sensors are the ideal choice for ASRS shuttle positioning. Their long-range, measuring abilities, small spot size, and multiple industrial outputs commonly used on ASRS shuttles offer efficient positioning solutions.

Overhead Material Handling

Title: Position & Collision Monitoring in Tennessee Auto Manufacturing

Description: Laser-View Technologies provided a Crane Sentry® position and collision monitoring system to Konecranes for installation on an overhead crane at an auto manufacturing facility in Tennessee. The Crane Sentry® system supports two lasers per controller, has warning, slow, and stop relay outputs and displays live distance readings on the system controller touch screen interface. The system provides active positon and collision monitoring.

ASRS Positioning Solutions

Title: ASRS Vertical Lift Crane Positioning Solution

Description: In order to work efficiently and safely, multi-level ASRS systems need sensors to indicate height. Dimetix D-Series laser distance sensors are an optimal smart positioning solution for ASRS systems.

Title: ASRS Material Handling Systems

Description: Dimetix lasers can be configured as SSI encoders, eliminating the need for devices with wheel encoders.

Dimetix laser sensors are also well suited for overhead cranes to provide position feedback.

Dimetix laser distance sensors, manufactured by Dimetix AG, are rugged, accurate, and cost effective. Dimetix laser sensors are also well suited for overhead cranes to provide position feedback.

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Dimetix laser distance sensors, manufactured by Dimetix AG, are rugged, accurate, and cost effective,  Dimetix lasers re OEM equipment for manufactures of material transfer systems and ASRS systems.

Crane Sentry product line is manufactured and marketed by Laser-View Technologies for crane collision detection, zone control, and positioning applications. Typical usages for the Crane Sentry are to detect bridge to wall and bridge to bridge collisions, define restricted zones, and for positioning.