The RMS3xx radar sensor combines the high-performance radar technology from SICK on a foundation of trusted hardware and efficient software. The sensor reliably identifies objects such as obstacles within its detection range. It not only outputs the identification number of the object, but also its direction of movement, speed and distance to the sensor. Thanks to the individually adjustable monitored areas, the RMS3xx identifies objects on-time, e.g. to detect collision risks for driver assistance systems in a timely manner and prevent damage. Simultaneous detection of several objects and provision of associated object data secure operation even in areas in which several objects have to be monitored or in harsh environments.
The RMS3xx is one of the world’s first 2D radar sensors that was designed for industrial use and consistently geared to the application requirements of countless branches. Not least due to the use of extremely powerful algorithms adapted to industrial applications, the RMS3xx stands out due to its detection performance, especially under very harsh ambient and weather conditions such as fog, rain, snow, dust and extreme temperatures.
High availability even under very unfavorable ambient conditions and very good reliability when detecting objects
SICK LifeTime Services
SICK’s services increase machine and plant productivity, enhance the safety of people all over the world, provide a solid foundation for a sustainable business operation, and protect investment goods. In addition to its usual consulting services, SICK provides direct on-site support during the conceptual design and commissioning phases as well as during operation.
The range of services not only covers aspects like maintenance and inspection, but also includes performance checks as well as upgrades and retrofits. Modular or customized service contracts extend the service life of plants and therefore increase their availability. If faults occur or limit values are exceeded, these are detected at all times by the corresponding sensors and systems.