Calculation of minimum distance for laser scanner (ISO 13855): hazard zone = restricted space?

  • Hi,


    I know how to calculate the minimum distance for a laser scanner (AOPDDR-2D) according to ISO 13855 for a parallel direction of approach.


    The definition of "minimum distance" is as follows:

    calculated distance between the safeguard and the hazard zone [...]


    My question is: what is considered as "hazard zone" regarding a robot?


    According to ISO 10218-2, the restricted space of a robot has to be safeguarded. So if "hazard zone" in the context of ISO 13855 is equal to the restricted space of a robot, the minimum distance for a laser scanner would START at the end of the restricted space, making it huge.


    Is this true?


    Thanks & best regards

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  • Sebastian Bauer

    Changed the title of the thread from “Calculation of minimum distance for laser scanner (ISO 13855): hazard zone = restricted space” to “Calculation of minimum distance for laser scanner (ISO 13855): hazard zone = restricted space?”.

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