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The laser measurement systems of the LMS100 product family are the “small” and economical option in SICK’s family of laser measurement systems, and an alternative to other existing solutions, particularly when long ranges and speeds are not the highest priorities.

The systems are practical regarding dimensions and weight, space-saving (with its transmitter and receiver in a single housing), and have a low purchase price with low operating costs. The innovation involved here, however, is “big”: double-pulse technology increases outdoor availability and can even be mounted behind glass.


  • Indoor application
  • Infrared (905 nm)
  • Laser class 1
  • 270° horizontal aperture angle
  • 25 Hz/50 Hz scanning frequency
  • 0.25° to 0.5° angular resolution
  • Working range of 0.5 m to 20 m
  • Scanning range of 18 m at 10% remission
  • Scanning range of 20 m at 90% remission
  • Fog correction

At a Glance

  • Economical measurement sensor
  • Real-time output of measurement data via Ethernet interface
  • Field evaluation using intelligent algorithms and programmable applications
  • Number of switching outputs can be expanded via external CAN modules
  • Parameter setting interface is accessible from the front while the device is mounted
  • Rugged IP 65 rated housing


  • Lightweight housing makes it easy to mount
  • No wiring between sender and receiver
  • Advanced filtering technology rigorously reduces false trips caused by outdoor environmental factors like fog, rain and snow
  • Optional external CAN I/O module increases the number of switching outputs for greater application flexibility
  • Fast, easy commissioning due to SOPAS software



Freely Definable Fieldsfreely-definable-fields

  • Creation of evaluation strategies
  • Dynamic field adaptation (e.g. dependent on vehicle speed)
  • Object blanking possible
  • A contour of surroundings is used as a reference

Double-Pulse Technologydouble-pulse-techonlogy

The distance between the LMS100 laser measurement system and an object is calculated from the time-of-flight of the emitted pulse. The LMS100 can evaluate two reception signals per emitted measurement beam.

  • Protected mounting behind glass possible
  • High availability during outdoor use