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Ultrasonic is the latest in clear label sensor technology. For the ultimate in ease of use, this sensor features pushbutton adjustments and a clear, easy to understand display. Operators can tell from a distance if the sensor is set and operating correctly. If adjustment is required, it is easily accomplished with a few button presses. Ultrasonic technology is slower than capacitive sensors, so for the ultimate in registration accuracy, use a capacitive sensors (LRD2100, LRD6110)
Risk-Free LRD Label Sensors
Over 50,000 LRD clear label sensors have been selected for pressure sensitive labelers around the world.
Fast, easy setup: The LRD8200 clear label sensor is designed to make your label-sensing life as easy as possible. Easy pushbuttons and Gap Quickset mean quick and easy adjustment to label stock - one click and you're set with "Gap Quickset." No need for complex button sequences, reading tiny displays, or interpreting flashing light codes to determine what you've just changed or adjusted.
"Teachable" sensors often leave you without any control; if it doesn't work, there's nothing you can do. This clear label sensor features simple adjustments and indicators that keep you in control. The Triple-Check bar-graph shows you what's happening with the label and enables you to pick the best setup.
No more adjustment screwdrivers! These push-buttons are easy to push, and the polyester overlay means they won't wear or crack for at least 1,000,000 operations. Visual push-button indicator turns red when out of range.
How Simple Can It Be?
With Triple-check Verification, a simple glance, even from a distance, assures the operator that sensor is working properly. If the three marked indicators are on while running, the sensor is setup and working correctly. If they are not, simply press an adjustment button a few times until they are.
Easy Mode Switching
Light/Dark Switching indicators make it easy to tell which mode you're in. It's easy to change intentionally, but hard to change accidentally.