The LRD6300 is the highest performing clear label sensor currently on the market. Its registration accuracy, speed, versatility (including clear labels), and easy to understand graphic setup indicator make it the most popular choice.
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Be Quick. Keep Your Line Running
- 30-Day Guarantee. If the sensor doesn't work better than what you have, you can return it.
- Capacitive label sensors are the best performing.
- Over 50,000 LRD label sensors have been selected for pressure sensitive labelers around the world.
- Best tech support and lots of technical data if you need it.
- The only label sensors with a two-year warranty.
Easy, One-Click Setup: Simply remove a label and place the missing label area in the sensor (liner only in the sensor) and hold the "G" (Gap) button down for one second.
Manual adjustment remains available if you want to adjust it further -YOU are always in control. Watch the setup video .
Avoid costly "eye-marks" on label webs which are required for optical sensors. Clear label sensors pay for themselves quickly when you stop ordering eye-marks on your labels.
Be Fast and Accurate. Select the Right Label Sensor
LRD6300 Capacitive Label Sensor works reliably with virtually all labels - clear, paper, or metallic. Capacitive technology is the fastest and most accurate.
Easy Push-Button Adjustments
Buttons are easy to push, and the hard-coated polyester overlay means they won't wear or crack for at least 1,000,000 operations. Visual push-button indicator confirms button presses and lets you know if you're out of range.
How Simple Can It Be?
- Peel off a label or place a gap in the sensor;
- Hold the Gap ("G") button for one second and you're set.
With Easy-Check Verification, a simple glance at the large, bright indicator, even from a distance, assures the operator the sensor is working properly.
Setup is good when there are lights in LABEL area and lights in GAP area.
No tiny, confusing data displays to interpret.
Light/Dark Switching indicators make it easy to tell which mode you're in. One press of the L/D button changes the mode.
High Gain mode allows you to sense very tiny or thin labels other sensors may struggle with.