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VG035 PLC Radwell Keyence Corp Sensors & Switches, Photoelectric LASER MICROMETER SENSOR 35MM TRANSMITTER/ RECEIVER
LS306031 PLC Radwell Keyence Corp Sensors & Switches, Sensor Controller LS-3060 LASER SCAN MICROMETER W/LS-3100 CONTROL
VG301 PLC Radwell Keyence Corp Sensors & Switches, Sensor Controller LASER MICROMETER CONTROLLER W/KEYS AND MANUAL

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  • Laser Trackers
    3-D coordinates by tracking a laser beam to a retroreflective target held in contact with the object of interest. Some laser trackers can measure object features up close and as far away as 60 meters. Some have typical singlepoint accuracy of about 0.001" (25 micrometers) at distances to several
  • Zero in on the Sensor Precision, Accuracy Target
    , measurement and instrumentation at Banner Engineering. For example, late in 2011, Banner introduced its L-Gage LH non-contact measurement sensor that "offered the industrial market something relatively new," Tyo explains. "The LH sensor is a micrometer-resolution laser sensor based on imager technology
  • Small Unit (Sensor) Tackles Large Jobs
    to. exactly measure to micrometer and has the complete complex evaluation electronics,. presents quite a challenge. Let’s look at an optical sensor working with the triangulation principle. A laser or LED. illuminates the object and an observer-optics “looks” at the object in an angle
  • Medical Device Link .
    equipped with batteries, a power and wavelength sensor, and a connecting cable. In addition to providing ultraviolet to far infrared photonic components, the company supplies a range of other detectors and instruments, including voltage and lock-in amplifiers, IR spectrometers, and laser proximity
  • High Spatial Resolution Measurement of Volume Holographic Gratings
     to the 2-d camera sensor. The part under test is mounted on a rotation stage. with a rotation axis that is centered within the measurement beam. The spatial resolution of the system is primarily. limited by the performance of the imaging system and the sensor array. In this system the laser
  • Medical Device Link .
    for a variety of positioning applications that require precise alignment or adjustment and backlash-free operation. Optical fibers, air or vacuum flow, or a laser beam can be passed through the component's 0.65-mm-diam hollow shaft. Applications include portable insulin and protein pumps and the precise
  • Medical Device Link .
    fit inside a snow-pea pod. The components (from left to right) include a surface wave acoustic sensor array, a preconcentrator to absorb or adsorb chemical vapors, and a gas-chromatograph column. Determining the optimum hole diameter was a challenge, according to Ferrari, because the actual size
  • Calibration Equipment: Justifying Your Purchase Decision
    , consider the sensor technology used. For instance, high-accuracy gaging units use either a precision linear encoder or a laser-based interferometer. Linear encoders come in different grades and generally provide instrument uncertainties of 10 microinches (0.25 microns). Laser-based units, on the other hand

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