Our ULS250 is a 360° laser receiver developed and manufactured for mobile machine grading application. Typically it will be used in an automatic blade control system.
The ULS250 receives laser strikes from a rotating laser that creates a reference laser plane. Depending on where the actual strike hits the reception window the receiver will send a corresponding elevation signal to the controller of the solenoid valves of the hydraulic blade height cylinders. Any height difference to on-grade position will be corrected permanently, in real time, and with Millimetre precision.
The ULS250 is linear (proportional). That means that within its reception window the on-grade position can be moved electronically from the centre to any off-grade position simply by a push on a button of the control panel of our UMC4000. You will not have to jump out of the cabin to adjust the height either of the receiver or the rotating laser. If you have too much material in front of your blade, you might set a temporary offset on-grade to push away excessive material first, then come back, choose original on-grade position, and do the final grading work. And, on a push of a button you can set center on-grade position again.
The ULS250 delivers 1 mm accuracy over the whole reception window of 25 cm. Thus, it is a perfect tool for fine grading jobs.
Technical data of ULS250
|Working range:||Radius > 500 m (Laser dependant)|
|Reception height:||250 mm|
|Type:||Linear (1 mm resolution on the entire reception height)|
|Deadband:||Adjustable from 1 to 50 mm (by use of UMC4000 panel)|
|LED display:||Ultra bright, 5 channel, 3 colours (red-green-amber)|
|Protection degree:||IP67, water and dust tight|
|Power supply:||10 ... 30 V-, polarity protected|
|Power indicator:||Green LED|
|Dimensions:||39 x 16 x 7 cm (T=20 cm with clamp)|
|Weight:||3,2 kg (with clamp)|
|Holding tube:||40-52 mm diameter|
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Manufacturer: MonoChromatic Engineering P/L, 17-19 Killara Road, 3060 Campbellfield, Victoria, Australia