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  • Analog Distance Measurement Photoelectric Sensors
    41042. 3. 1-800-543-8390 Fax: 859-727-4823 www.balluff.com. Analog Distance Measurement Photoelectric Sensors. Time-of-Flight Measurement Sensing. A newer technology available in the market today is called time-of-fl ight sensing. Working similarly to RADAR,. these laser sensors emit a light waveform
  • Criteria for the Selection of the Proper Distance Sensor Technology
    . Teach-in. Yes Yes. Yes. Chart: Typical sensor parameter with three measurement principles. Optical sensors. Laser distance sensors are especially well suited for measuring cycles on small and quick. moving objects. It is also possible to safely measure parts with frequently changing. colors over
  • Maximizing Accuracy in Microinch Measurement
    Measurement. References. 1. Kennedy, Clifford W., “Inspection and Gaging”, Sixth Edition, Industrial Press Inc., 1987, pp. 526. through 574. 2. Cox, Hilliard, “Searching for Zero”, American Measuring Tool Manufacturers Association, 1991, pp. 4. through 6. Document Outline. MICROINCH MEASUREMENT. Stephen R
  • Combination of Sensing Techniques Checks Laser Weld Quality
    faults with significantly better accuracy. Dave Farson, assistant professor of industrial, welding, and systems engineering, explained that manufacturers employ high-power laser welding to join thick sheet metal parts for automobiles and airplanes. Airplane manufacturers can afford to invest time
  • Reducing your Carbon Footprint - Jackshaft Measurement (.pdf)
    . Both jack shaft couplings are measured when the laser cannot span the. required distance. With the Easy Laser, Lake Erie’s Industrial Mechanic Cliff Dosser, and his crew of. apprentices and Co-op Students, who work in the Hot Strip Mill Pump Zone, were. now able to start the alignment of a jack
  • Laser Trackers Shrink Aircraft-Sized Manufacturing Problems (.pdf)
    trackers shouldered. aside theodolites and became the new portal to aircraft design, modeling, tool making, manufacturing, and. quality checking, worldwide. Although laser trackers are used to align large industrial. equipment such as metal rol ing mil s, printing presses,. and power generation
  • Innovative Technology from Capacitec Improves Gap Measurement with the Use of Capacitive Non-contact Gap Sensors
    . Non Contact Capacitive Sensor Gap Wands for Industrial Applications. Figure 4. Contact Type wand for non-conductive targets. Figure 5. 100 micron gap wand in alignment fixture. Figure 6. Battery operated gap measurement system for roller to roller measurement. Figure 7. Slot Die Coater Gap Sensor
  • CCD Technology
    provide valid displacement readings (+/-mm of the reference distance). ·  Reference distance: Distance between the sensor housing and the center of the measuring range. ·  Spot size: Diameter of visible laser spot within the measurement range. ·  Frequency response (analog) / measurement rate (digital

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