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LRD6110: Capacitive Label Sensor
for Most Label Types

Capacitive label sensor for most clear and not-clear labels. Easy-to-see setup display.

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Survey Response

“I used LRD sensors before at a different company and knew it would do what I needed.  Made a believer of the skeptics in my current company.”

 

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The LRD6110 is the highest performing clear label sensor currently on the market. Its registration accuracy, speed, versatility (including clear labels), and easy to understand graphic setup indicator make it the most popular choice.

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Easy Setup Display: The LRD6110 label sensor's large display makes it easier to see the setup conditions. For most labels, only a small adjustument, if any, is required when label stock is changed. Watch the setup video.

Avoid costly "eye-marks" on label webs which are required for optical sensors. Clear label sensors pay for themselves quickly when you stop ordering eye-marks on your labels.

Select the Right Label Sensor

LRD6110 Capacitive Label Sensor works reliably with most labels. Solid foil labels or labels with a foil border may work better with the LRD8200 Ultrasonic Label Sensor.

Ordering:

LRD6110 with attached cable: P015-3380
LRD6110C with M12, 5-pin connector: P015-3382
Cable for LRD6110C: 6200-0081

Capacitive Label Sensor Specifications

Life-Cycle Status: Active

Response Time

20 µs

Accuracy

0.002" (0.05 mm)

Switching Frequency

10 kHz

Operating Temp

40°F-120°F
4°C-50°C

Outputs

NPN, PNP Open collector

Power In

+11-28 VDC
Short-Circuit and Overload Protection

Mechanical

label sensor mechanical

 

 

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