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Level monitoring with LASER distance meters and visualization on giant displays

Level measurement in tanks and silos with continuous monitoring of the level trend

Low level or overflow alarm generation

Automatic calculation of volume or weight with continuous monitoring on multiple tanks

RODER presents the new series of REDAM LDM giant displays to create display and monitoring systems to be connected to LDM series LASER distance meters.

The REDAM LDM series has been specially developed for the connection with LASER LDM series distance meters allowing the real time display of the measurement made by the LASER distance meter.

The visualization takes place on a giant display or transmitted to remote terminals through Wi-Fi or ethernet networks.

The visualization takes place on a giant display visible even at high distances.

All the displayed measures can be compared with tolerance thresholds in order to generate alarms in case of out of tolerance upon exceeding certain thresholds or visual signals capable of guiding the operator to any adjustment operations (red value represents an out of tolerance, value yellow represents a warning attention signal, green value the measurement is acceptable).

Turn your sensor into a data acquisition system with LOGOBRAIN

1) CONNECT THE SENSOR TO LOGOBRAIN

Connect LOGOBRAIN to the sensor (LASER distance meter or other type of sensor) with the cable supplied.

2) CONNECT A MONITOR

Connect a normal office monitor, an industrial monitor or even just a TV with HDMI input

3) ARE YOU READY TO BE OPERATIONAL !!!!!

You are ready to view the data acquired by the sensor, monitor the process with visual information or with remote alarms, store the data with data logger functions or share it with the rest of the world through an Ethernet cable or wireless connection.

Broshure product presentation

Download the brochure concerning the LOGOBRAIN connection system

The LOGOBRAIN system allows the quick and easy connection of a sensor to a monitor without the need for programming or additional wiring.

Ready-to-use installation kit

The REDAM-LDM system is supplied in the form of a complete kit and ready for use even by unqualified personnel.

The kit includes:

  • 32 inch monitor
  • Embedded controller installed on the back of the monitor
  • Bracket for wall mounting with VESA connection or alternatively pedestal for table installation
  • Power cable for monitor and electronic controller (the sensor is powered directly by the controller through a connection cable
  • Connection cable for LDM41 (single data and power cable) 20 meters long.
  • Upon request, the LASER sensor already programmed and configured for use can be supplied

Available from April 2020

Option for wireless installation

For applications where a wireless connection is required, it is possible to provide an additional kit that manages the Wi-Fi connection between the laser sensor and the display monitor

Available from April 2020

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Distance, position and level monitoring with LASER distance meters and visualization on giant displays

industrial laser distance meters for distance and position measurement with remote display on monitor

RODER presents the new series of REDAM LDM giant displays to create display and monitoring systems to be connected to LDM series LASER distance meters.

The REDAM LDM series has been specially developed for the connection with LASER LDM series distance meters allowing the real time display of the measurement made by the LASER distance meter.

The visualization takes place on a giant display or transmitted to remote terminals through Wi-Fi or ethernet networks.

The visualization takes place on a giant display visible even at high distances.

All the displayed measures can be compared with tolerance thresholds in order to generate alarms in case of out of tolerance upon exceeding certain thresholds or visual signals capable of guiding the operator to any adjustment operations (red value represents an out of tolerance, value yellow represents a warning attention signal, green value the measurement is acceptable).

Turn your sensor into a data acquisition system with LOGOBRAIN

1) CONNECT THE SENSOR TO LOGOBRAIN

Connect LOGOBRAIN to the sensor (LASER distance meter or other type of sensor) with the cable supplied.

2) CONNECT A MONITOR

Connect a normal office monitor, an industrial monitor or even just a TV with HDMI input

3) ARE YOU READY TO BE OPERATIONAL !!!!!

You are ready to view the data acquired by the sensor, monitor the process with visual information or with remote alarms, store the data with data logger functions or share it with the rest of the world through an Ethernet cable or wireless connection.

Broshure product presentation

Download the brochure concerning the LOGOBRAIN connection system

The LOGOBRAIN system allows the quick and easy connection of a sensor to a monitor without the need for programming or additional wiring.

Ready-to-use installation kit

The REDAM-LDM system is supplied in the form of a complete kit and ready for use even by unqualified personnel.

The kit includes:

  • 32 inch monitor
  • Embedded controller installed on the back of the monitor
  • Bracket for wall mounting with VESA connection or alternatively pedestal for table installation
  • Power cable for monitor and electronic controller (the sensor is powered directly by the controller through a connection cable
  • Connection cable for LDM41 (single data and power cable) 20 meters long.
  • Upon request, the LASER sensor already programmed and configured for use can be supplied

Available from April 2020

Option for wireless installation

For applications where a wireless connection is required, it is possible to provide an additional kit that manages the Wi-Fi connection between the laser sensor and the display monitor

Available from April 2020

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Distance and position measurements with industrial laser distance meters

LASER distance meters for industrial applications

Distance measurement without contact in total safety

Visible LASER with safety class 2 also suitable for measurements in the presence of an operator

Analog data output, RS232, RS422, Profinet, Profibus, Ethernet.

The LASER LDM family of distance meters consists of a series of optoelectronic distance measuring devices for industrial applications with analogue interface (from 4 mA to 20 mA) or digital (Ethernet, Profinet, Profibus, RS232, RS422).

The LDM series LASER distance meters are used for the precise measurement of distances from a few meters to three kilometers. The distance measurement represents aconsolidated application for laser technology.

These optical sensors use LASER (pulse or modulated) light to measure distances, heights, lengths, levels and positions in a non-contact process. To achieve this, all components work together in a perfectly coordinated overall system.

This system consists of a laser emitter, optical transmitters and receivers, photosensitive diodes and sophisticated electronics and algorithms for time measurement or phase measurement. We use different optoelectronic principles for our measuring devices, such as time of flight, phase comparison and back-mixing LASER pulse. These methods allow singles accurate measurements to the millimeter, and measuring ranges up to several hundred meters. Using our LASER distance meters is possible measure on natural surfaces or on special reflectors obtaining fast and precise results.

LASER distance meters work using visible or invisible optical radiation and are classified in accordance with current regulations in class 1 or 2 (safe classes for operation even without protective glasses).

The compact construction allows easy installation of the LASER distance meter even where space is limited or in industrial applications. All devices offer standard interfaces, analog or digital data output and parameterizable switching outputs. The family of LASER LDM distance meters is particularly used for applications in the industrial sector with analog (4 - 20 mA) or digital (Ethernet, Profinet, Profibus, RS232, RS422, SSI).

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