HOKUYO UBG-05LN Laser Range Finder
The UBG-05LN is a programmable laser distance measuring and obstacle detection scanner.
Compact laser obstacle detection sensor with wide detection range (5m x 4m)
Automated Guided Vehicles
- Operating principle is that semicircular field is scanned by laser(λ=785nm) and the coordinates is calculated by measuring distance to object and its step angle and it detects obstacles in setting area.
- Scanning angle(detecting area) is 180° and detecting area can be free to set with 0.1 to 5m(length) and 4m(width) and it can set detecting distance with 3 steps output per each area.
- It can change the detecting area(31 kinds max.) that was set beforehand by outer bit input.
- Power source is 24VDC and current consumption is 150mA or less.
|Power Source||24VDC (available operating range 18 to 30VDC, ripple within 10%)|
|Current Consumption||150mA or less but rush current 300mA is required when start-up (when 24VDC)|
|Light Source||Semiconductor laser diode (λ=785nm), Laser safety class 1 (FDA)|
White paper with 1252 (Installing in parallel with projecting/receiving surface)
|Detecting range||Area with 0.1 to 5m (length) and 4m (width) (origin point is the scanning center)|
|Accuracy*1||±20mm at 1m or less, 2% of measurement at 1m or more|
|Repeatability*1||±10mm at 1m or less, 2% of measurement at 1m or more|
|Detecting are setting||Output 1 : It is free to set from 0 to 5m for optical axis direction with 7 points pointer. Output 2, 3 : (1) Linear setting to progressive direction (2) Fan-shaped setting to optical axis direction (3) Percentage (%) setting against output 1 pointer|
|Hysteresis||6.25% of detecting distance|
Photo-coupler/open-collector output (30VDC 50mA or less)
Output 1 : OFF when detected in area Output 2 : OFF when detected in area Output 3 : OFF when detected in area Output 4 (Trouble output) : ON during normal operationNote1)
|Output response time||210msec or less(scanning speed 100msec/rev.)Note2)|
|Input||Photo-coupler input(Anode common, Each input ON current 4mA) Detecting area changeover Set area No. by [Input 1], [Input 2], [Input 3], [Input 4] and [Input 5] Emission-stop by getting all [Input 1], [Input 2], [Input 3], [Input 4] and [Input 5] to ON (OFF : H level input, ON : L level input)|
|Input Responce Time||Input taking-in cycle : 1 scanning time (100msec) (1msec when choosing emission-stop by outer input|
|Starting Time||Within 10sec from putting power source on (It may exceed this time depending on the starting condition)|
|Indicators||Power lamp (Green) : Flickers when troubled or started Output 1 lamp (Orange) : Lights up when detected in area Output 2 lamp(Orange) : Lights up when detected in area Output 3 lamp (Orange) : Lights up when detected in area|
|Connection||Cable 1m Long|
|Ambient illuminanceNote 3)||Halogen/mercury lamp : 10,000lx or less, Fluorescent lamp : 6,000lx (Max.)|
|Ambient temperature/ humidity||-10 to +50 degrees C, 85%RH or less(Not condensing, not icing)|
|Vibration resistance||10 to 55Hz, double amplitude 1.5mm Each 2 hour in X, Y and Z directions|
|Impact resistance||196m/s2 Each 10 time in X, Y and Z directions|
|Protective structure||IP64 (IEC standard)|
|Weight||185g (260g with cable)|
|Life||5 years (motor life)|
|Material||Front case : polycarbonate, rear case : ABS|
*2 Accuracy test is made by standard reflector when shipment
Note 1) Output 1 to 3 show the state that detecting object is existing when trouble output was executed.
Note 2) More 1 scanning is delayed if area changeover was made.
Note 3) It may cause malfunctions when receiving strong light such as sun light etc.
|White (Blue)||Output 3|
|Orange||Output 4 (Trouble output)|
|Gray||Output common minus|
|Red||Input common plus|
|White (Yellow)||Input 4|
|White (Purple)||Input 5|
|Yellow (Red)||Serial input (RXD)|
|Yellow (Green)||Serial output (TXD)|
|Yellow (Black)||Serial GND|
Note 1) Colours in parenthesis indicate ink color of both sides line printing. Note 2) Connect unused input wires to input common plus(Red) or open it. Connect unused output wires to output common minus(Gray) or open it. Note 3) Input/output direction is mentioned on the basis of UBG-05LN.
* Scanning angle 180° and step angle 0.36° with 500 steps
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