optoNCDT laser sensors are setting milestones for industrial laser displacement measurement. Micro-Epsilon laser sensors stand out due to size, measuring rate, software and, above all, due to precision. The current optoNCDT range now offers numerous series, each of which is amongst the best in its class. Read more...More Product Announcements from Micro-Epsilon Group
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MICRO EPSILON offers the largest selection of state-of-the-art triangulation laser sensors. Measurement ranges from 0.5mm up to 2000 mm with extreme accuracy (< 1 micron) guarantee the success of your measurement.
With 12 different categories and more than 100 laser sensors, each optimized for a specific appl... Read more...More Product Announcements from Micro-Epsilon Group
Micro-Epsilon’s new high-end laser triangulation sensor is known as the optoNCDT 2300. The new series offers a measuring rate that can be set up to 50kHz. The sensor will be offered initially as a set of 5 models with measuring ranges between 2mm and 100mm. Read more...More Product Announcements from Micro-Epsilon Group
The new optoNCDT 1420 laser triangulation sensors from sensor specialist Micro-Epsilon are in a class of their own. The Smart sensor concept with integrated web interface and compact size is unique worldwide. The excellent price/performance ratio also makes these sensors particularly attractive. Read more...More Product Announcements from Micro-Epsilon Group
The new, compact optoNCDT 1320 triangulation sensor from sensor specialist Micro-Epsilon offers maximum precision in a minimum of space. Due to its low weight combined with compact size, the optoNCDT 1320 can be easily integrated into restricted installation spaces and is ideally suitable for dynamic applications. Read more...More Product Announcements from Micro-Epsilon Group
The new optoNCDT 2300-2DR uses blue laser light and is specially designed for displacement and distance measurements on directly reflecting surfaces. On reflective and shiny surfaces, the sensor operates at high speed and provides maximum precision in the nanometer range. In addition, the sensor stands out due to its unique compactness. Read more...More Product Announcements from Micro-Epsilon Group
The optoNCDT 1420 laser triangulation sensors are now also available with laser class 1. With this laser class, the radiated power is at a maximum of 390µW. Therefore, costly protective measures that correlate with laser class 2 sensors are no longer necessary. Read more...More Product Announcements from Micro-Epsilon Group
The optoNCDT 1750 is a powerful laser triangulation sensor which is used in high speed, displacement measurements in industrial applications. Based on an innovative web interface, the new laser sensor stands out due to its ease of use and intuitive commissioning using presets for different surface types and colors. Read more...More Product Announcements from Micro-Epsilon Group
Photoelectric sensors are used to detect objects by using light. Depending on the application, available space and specific requirements, a variety of sensors can be used. Detection is typically based on the light reflected off of the object. However, the source of the reflection can also be items in the background behind the object, surfaces outside of the object that reflect light and... Read more...More Product Announcements from Baumer Ltd.
Laser Line vs. Traditional Spot Laser Distance Measurement
Laser sensors perform a variety of measurement feats, including detection, counting, guiding and triggering of far, near, moving and stationary objects. They’ve grown up substantially from previous generations Read more...More Product Announcements from Baumer Ltd.