Pepperl+Fuchs R2000
Laser sensors

Pepperl+Fuchs R2000
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  • Working distance range: 30 to 100 meters
  • Angle resolution: 0.5 to 1 degree
  • Scanning frequency: 20 to 40 Hz
  • Number of inputs/outputs: 1 to 4
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pepperl fuchs r2000

r2000 pepperl fuchs is a series of laser scanners designed for a wide range of applications.


  • Pulse Ranging Technology (PRT) provides high accuracy and reliability of measurements.
  • A sharp, directional light spot enables detection of small objects, reflectors, or edges.
  • The 360° measuring angle provides all-round visibility.
  • Compact design for easy mechanical integration.

The R2000 line offers several series, each with its own features and benefits:

  • OBD series

The OBD series offers sensors with one or four inputs/outputs. The sensors have a wide range of operating distances, from 30 to 100 meters, and high angle resolution, from 0.5 to 1 degree.

  • OMD series

The OMD series offers sensors with two inputs/outputs. The sensors have a lower working distance range than the OBD series sensors, but higher angle resolution.

The Pepperl+Fuchs R2000 line of 2D LiDAR sensors offers a number of advantages:

  • High accuracy and reliability

Pulse Ranging Technology (PRT), which is the basis for the R2000 series, ensures high accuracy and reliability. The sensors can measure the distance to objects with an accuracy of 0.1 meters.

  • Wide range of working distances

p&f r2000 has a wide range of working distances, from 30 to 100 meters. This makes them suitable for a wide range of applications, from industrial automation to security and access control.

  • High angle resolution

R2000 series sensors have a high angle resolution of 0.5 to 1 degree. This allows them to accurately determine the position of objects in space.

  • 360° measurement angle

The R2000 Series provides a 360-degree measurement angle. This allows them to get a comprehensive picture of the environment.


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