Head settings This section controls head level target optimisation processes. Displaying received light waveforms Received light waveform when measuring transparent glass Sensor head Light-receiving element CMOS Bottom surface reflected light Light-receiving lens Top surface reflected light Top surface 1st peak Transparent glass Waveform for received light from the top surface Waveform for received light from the bottom surface Bottom surface 2nd peak 3. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. To use all available functions on this website, JavaScript must be enabled in your browser. So its connected to my LPT1 port at my computer. Message 3 of For this I want to use the RS port from the Keyence measuring device I did all the wiring with the special connectors from Keyence.

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Or point us to the URL where the manual is located. For details, refer to “Precautions on wiring” in the User’s Manual. L aser Dis placemen t Sen s or.

Displaying measurement values Using LK-Navigator 2, it is possible to check the current measurement values. Don’t see a manual you are looking for? Here is an example for talking out the serial port to a digital scope.

Faq’s – KEYENCE LK-G5000 Series User Manual

When one or less head expansion unit is connected: All of the operations described in the user’s manual can be performed using a combination of direct RSC commands. Page 11 Settings and Procedures The following settings should be used as a default. I just want to be able to read data from the device in my VI. By setting the moving average, it is possible to stabilise measurement values. Page 6 3 Sensor head-related settings This section covers basic head level processing settings.

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For this I want to use the RS port from the Keyence measuring device I did all the wiring with the special connectors from Keyence. Mounting mode Selects settings in response to the mounting method for the sensor head.

You could use portmon to watch the serial traffic to help reverse engineer the code.

kyeence The number of used OUTs must be the first thing to be set. Page 8 4 OUT settings These settings related to measurement value processing.

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Message 9 of This makes kkeyence possible to select measurement modes that are optimised for specific target surface conditions and materials, and allows for corrections to compensate for sensor head mounting.

Maximum trunk line cable length. Head settings This section controls head level target optimisation processes.

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With measurement between two sensor heads, it is possible to minimise the influence of vertical vibration. Keyence LK-G series communications over Labview.

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This is useful when checking the settings that are currently being used. Settings and Procedures The following settings should be used as a default. Matrix resistance membrane mode.

Page 15 Setting methods for measuring the thickness of transparent objects The setting methods that are used when measuring the thickness of transparent objects ,eyence the LK-G are as follows. I use the standard example from lk-g500 labview libary.

I did all the configuration on the Keyence measuring device Parity, data bits, baud rate Message 8 of Page 7 Transparent object 2 mode Used when measuring transparent object target that have multiple surfaces that differ in reflectivity such as when measuring metal-deposited glass.

Page 2 1 Introduction This section contains information related to the component layout and installation of this device. Displaying received light waveforms Received light waveform when measuring keynce glass Sensor head Light-receiving element CMOS Bottom surface reflected light Light-receiving lens Top surface reflected light Top surface 1st peak Transparent glass Waveform for received light from the top surface Waveform for received light from the bottom surface Bottom surface 2nd peak 3.

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