CCS stelt updates 2019 voor

LFXV: Flat Dome Lights

The LFXV is a newly developed thin and lightweight light-guiding plate to reduce image irregularities and creates a bright and clearly inspectable field of view. What’s new about this version?

  • A new laser engraving technology (instead of a dot pattern) provides clearer images
  • A thinner, reworked housing (now 10mm thick)
  • Increased intensity • Higher Uniformity
  • 16 models in 4 different sizes are available in 4 different LED colors (red, white, blue, IR).


LFX3 Series

Improvements in comparison to previous version:

  • Increased intensity
  • Completely reworked housing with dded mounting holes
  • New standard sizes: 25x25mm and 200x100mm
  • Blue added to standard models

HLV3 Series

Successor of the HLV2 Spot Light Series. New in the HLV3:

  • Increased intensity
  • Newly designed housing for easy installation
  • More (new) models added to the standard lineup: 3W-type is now standard; 4W-type is now available; IR860 version is now standard


FPQ3: Low-Angle Square Lights

These low-angle, high-output lights are put to the task in order to illuminate the outlines of workpieces. Improvements in comparison to the FPQ3-series:

  • Increased intensity
  • Increases line-up. Now available in 3 colors and 8 sizes.
  • Screw holes for easy installation
  • Flexible cable


PoE Enabled LED Light Controller (CN-PoE Series)

Supplies power and transmits data using one single cable. 

  • Compact design & Din Rail mountable
  • Supports both continuous lighting and strobing 
  • 2 & 4 channel output (combined 10W)
  • Compatible with over 350 models of CCS LED.
  • Compatible standards: IEEE802.3af & IEEE802.3at



What’s new about this version?

  • Much more intense than the standard PFBR Series
  • Uses laser diode instead of LED
  • With or without integrated color filters


LFV4-27 Series

What’s new about this version?

  • Increased intensity (thanks to SMD Leds)
  • Available in Red, White and Blue
  • Thinner half mirror: reducing considerably possible ghosting effects and ideal for high-resolution sensors