Laser Thrubeam SensorIB series


Amplifier Unit, DIN Rail Type


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DIN rail mount

Main unit/Expansion unit

Expansion unit

Head compatibility



Display resolution

0.01%, 0.1%, 1% (switchable)

Display range

–99.999 to 99.999, –99.99 to 99.99, –99.9 to 99.9, –99 to 99 (switchable)

Digital display method

Dual 7-segment display
Upper level: 5 red digits
Lower level: 5 green digits

Operation indicator

Judgment indicator: 2-colour (green/red) LED (HI, GO, LO),
Bank indicator: Green LED x 4,
Laser emission warning indicator: Green LED,
Others: Green LED x 8, red LED x 3

Analogue output voltage


Analogue current output

Control Input

Bank switch input, zero shift input

Non-voltage input*2

Control input

Zero-shift input

Laser emission stop input

Timing input

Reset input

Adjust input

Control output

Judgment output (check output)

Open collector (NPN/PNP switchable, N.O./N.C. switchable)*3

Power supply

Power consumption

1950 mW or less
(at 30 V, 65 mA max.)*4


Power voltage

Supplied from main unit

Environmental resistance

Operating ambient temperature

-10 to +50°C (No freezing)

Operating ambient humidity

35 to 85% RH (No condensation)


10 to 55 Hz, double amplitude 1.5 mm XYZ each axis: 2 hours

Pollution degree



Case/Front panel: polycarbonate, keytop: polyacetal, cable: PVC


Approx. 140 g

*1 ±5 V, 1 to 5 V, 0 to 5 V, or 4 - 20 mA should be selected.
*2 The four external input wires are assigned with desired inputs.
Rated no-voltage input: ON voltage 2 V or less, OFF current 0.05 mA or less
Rated voltage input: Max. input rating 30 V or less, ON voltage 7.5 V or more, OFF current 0.05 mA or less
*3 Rated NPN open collector output: Max. 50 mA/ch (20 mA/ch when expansion units are connected), 30 V or less, residual voltage 1 V or less
Rated PNP open collector output: Max. 50 mA/ch (20 mA/ch when expansion units are connected), 30 V or less, residual voltage 2 V or less
*4 The power consumption with slave units installed is the total of each amplifier unit's power consumption.
Example: When using one master unit (IB-1000) with two slave units (IB-1050) (1950 mW x 1) + (1950 mW x 2) = 5850 mW

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