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.
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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
Virtual safety barrier
Virtual safety barrier
The LBK-S01 sensor creates an invisible barrier that detects when an operator crosses it and enters a dangerous area, putting the machine into a safe condition to protect the operator
These sensors also work in the presence of optical disturbances
These sensors also work in the presence of optical disturbances
A radar sensor is extremely resistant to environmental disturbances. This makes it possible to work without false alarms in environments where there is smoke, dust, water and machining swarf
SIL2/Pld certificates
SIL2/Pld certificates
LBK sensors are the first (and the only one to date) radar sensors in the world that have obtained SIL2 certification for use in industrial safety applications. (Find out about the requirements necessary for this certification)
3D scanning
Radar functions natively in 3D, and can therefore protect dangerous areas volumetrically. Operators cannot elude detection by radar no matter how hard they try!

High-sensitivity detection

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.
Protection from access to dangerous areas

Find out how Inxpect safety radar systems allow operators to work in total safety next to moving machinery

Anti-collision systems for bridge cranes

Find out how a bridge crane equipped with an Inxpect safety radar system allows operators to work in areas where cranes are operating in total safety

Prevention of robot workcell restart

Find out how the Inxpect radar system guarantees total safety for operators performing maintenance inside of a robotic workcell

Prevention of access to loading areas with independent motion systems (MIR)

Guarda come i sistemi radar possono garantire la sicurezza anche in aree altamente automatizzate

Technical details

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
Installation height
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)
Sensing field
Wide coverage field
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Narrow coverage field
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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