We don't shy away from the dirty work.
Optical devices can experience problems caused by dust, smoke, fluids or swarf generated by production processes.
Increases safety without compromising productivity.
Safety is a top priority for Inxpect. To make workplaces safer, we have developed a sensor that prevents accidents through the use of the safest technology in the world: radar.
Immune to light
Immune to debris
Immune to smoke
Immune to fluids
When a sensor detects an operator entering a dangerous area, it starts to function in high-sensitivity mode, which also detects operator micro-movements from breathing and prevents accidental machine restart.
Nothing has ever been this safe
in the industrial sector
Inxpect radar systems adapt to many different usage situations in a wide range of working environments. Below are some of the most common usage scenarios, where radar technology has significantly increased safety levels in industrial environments.
|Connectors||2 5-pin M12 connectors (1 male and 1 female)|
|CAN bus termination resistance||120 Ω (not supplied, to be installed with termination connector)|
|Power supply||12 V dc ± 20%, through controller|
|Degree of protection||IP67|
|Material||Sensor case: PA66 | Bracket: PA66 and glass fiber (GF)|
|Frequency||Working band: 24–24,25 GHz (24.05-24.25 for UK and FR)|
Transmission power: ≤ 13 dBm - Modulation: FMCW
|Sensing field and |
|Wide FOV configuration: 110° Horiz. | 30° Vert., Height: 0 to 3 m (0 to 9.8 ft)|
Narrow FOV configuration: 50°Horiz. | 15° Vert., Height: 0 to 3 m (0 to 9.8 ft)
Wide coverage field
Narrow coverage field
2006/42/EC (MD - Machinery)
2014/53/EU (RED - Radio equipment)
IEC/EN 62061: 2005 SIL 2
EN ISO 13849-1: 2015 PL d
EN ISO 13849-2: 2012
IEC/EN 61496-1: 2013
IEC/EN 61508: 2010 Part 1-7 SIL 2
ETSI EN 300 440 v2.1.1
ETSI EN 301 489-1 v2.2.0 (only emissions)
ETSI EN 301 489-3 v2.1.1 (only emissions)
IEC/EN 61326-3-1: 2017
IEC/EN 61010-1: 2010